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Grayce Hampton (1876–1963)


Grayce Hampton was born on March 28, 1876 in Devon, England. She was an actress, known for The Bat Whispers (1930), Broad Minded (1931) and The Shanghai Gesture (1941). She died on December 20, 1963 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Bat Whispers
The Bat Whispers Miss Cornelia van Gorder
(1930)
Broad Minded
Broad Minded Aunt Polly
(1931)
The Shanghai Gesture
The Shanghai Gesture The Social Leader
(1941)
The Snake Pit
The Snake Pit Inmate Countess
(1948)

Filmography

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 1953 Forever Female
Olga O'Brien (uncredited)
 1951 The Mating Season
Mrs. Fahnstock
 1950 Harvey
Mrs. Strickleberger (uncredited)
 1950 Love That Brute
Dowager (uncredited)
 1950 Caged
Woman (uncredited)
 1950 Kill the Umpire
Dowager (uncredited)
 1949 Bride for Sale
Harriet Jonathan (uncredited)
 1949 The Girl from Jones Beach
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1949 Anna Lucasta
Queenie (uncredited)
 1949 A Kiss in the Dark
Mrs. Stuyvedant (uncredited)
 1948 Trouble Preferred
Mrs. McGinnis, :Landlady (uncredited)
 1948 The Snake Pit
Inmate Countess
 1948 Silver River
Woman (uncredited)
 1948 April Showers
Dowager (uncredited)
 1948 Sitting Pretty
Mrs. Appleton (uncredited)
 1947 The Exile
First Court Lady
 1947 Down to Earth
Dowager (uncredited)
 1947 'Fun on a Week-End'
Hotel Stenographer (uncredited)
 1947 Love and Learn
Mrs. Bronson (uncredited)
 1946 Lady Luck
Woman in Bookshop (uncredited)
 1946 Without Reservations
Lois (uncredited)
 1946 Johnny Comes Flying Home
Mrs. Bixler (uncredited)
 1945 Hold That Blonde!
Mrs. Case (uncredited)
 1945 Confidential Agent
Woman on Road (uncredited)
 1945 Her Highness and the Bellboy
Mrs. Chudduster (uncredited)
 1944 The Suspect
Margaret (uncredited)
 1944 Nothing But Trouble
Mrs. Herkheimer (uncredited)
 1944 Three Sisters of the Moors (Short)
Martha
 1944 Abroad with Two Yanks
Stuart's Party Guest (uncredited)
 1944 Ministry of Fear
Lady with Floppy Hat (uncredited)
 1944 Standing Room Only
Guest at Ritchie Home (uncredited)
 1943 Heaven Can Wait
Albert's Mother (uncredited)
 1941 The Shanghai Gesture
The Social Leader
 1939 Rio
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1939 The Women
Dowager in Powder Room (uncredited)
 1937 Souls at Sea
Old Knitting Woman (uncredited)
 1936 Piccadilly Jim
Mrs. Brede (as Grace Hampton)
 1935 Gigolette
Mrs. Emerson
 1933 Thru Thin and Thicket, or Who's Zoo in Africa (Short)
Mrs. Chyzzlebottom
 1933 Looking Forward
Woman Buying Dog Basket (uncredited)
 1932 Almost Married
Aunt Mathilda (uncredited)
 1932 Stepping Sisters
Mrs. Donaldston (uncredited)
 1932 The Unexpected Father
Mrs. Smythe
 1931 Broad Minded
Aunt Polly
 1931 Ex-Bad Boy
Mrs. Simmons
 1931 The Champion (Short)
 1931 The Lady Killer (Short)
 1930 The Comeback (Short)
 1930 The Bat Whispers
Miss Cornelia van Gorder
 1916 The Pursuing Vengeance
Countess Simone
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Romeo and Juliet. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Directed by Frank Reicher. Henry Miller's Theatre: 24 Jan 1923- Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/157 performances). Cast: Robert Ayrton (as "Friar Laurence, a Franciscan"), Richard Bowler (as "Balthasar, servant to Romeo"), Edward Broadley (as "Abram"), Lalive ... See more »

Alternate Names:

Grace Hampton
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Trivia:

English-born stage actress with a substantial career in classical plays on Broadway, beginning in 1920. She had a good start in talking pictures between 1930 and 1931, but was thereafter relegated to bit parts and cameos.

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