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Marjorie Stewart (I) (1912–1988)

Marjorie Stewart was born on May 18, 1912 in Kensington, London, England as Marjorie Frances Esclairmonde Stewart. She was an actress, known for Young and Willing (1954), The Master Plan (1954) and The Lost King (1958). She was married to March-Phillips, Gus. She died on November 9, 1988 in Kensington. See full bio »

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Known For

Young and Willing
(1954)
The Master Plan
The Master Plan Yvonne Goulding
(1954)
The Lost King
The Lost King Duchess de Castillon-Fouquieres
(1958)
Little Big Shot
Little Big Shot Mrs. Crane
(1952)

Filmography

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 1960 No Hiding Place (TV Series)
Margaret Fitch
- Victim of the Dark (1960) ... Margaret Fitch
 1959 Virtuoso (TV Movie)
Mary Creston
 1958 The Lost King (TV Series)
Duchess de Castillon-Fouquieres
- The Road Back (1958) ... Duchess de Castillon-Fouquieres
- The Path to the Throne (1958) ... Duchess de Castillon-Fouquieres
- Enter the King (1958) ... Duchess de Castillon-Fouquieres
 1957 The Royalty (TV Series)
Lady Margaret Fields
- Episode #1.1 (1957) ... Lady Margaret Fields
 1957 The Governess (TV Movie)
Mrs. Drew
 1957 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Oriel Frome
- Heaven and Earth (1957) ... Oriel Frome
 1955-1956 London Playhouse (TV Series)
Frances Rodgers / Erica Tramore
- Two for One (1956) ... Frances Rodgers
- Fair Passenger (1955) ... Erica Tramore
 1956 Patrol Car (TV Series)
Mrs. Manners / Mrs. Mitchell
- The Ribbon Trap (1956) ... Mrs. Manners
- Moral Murder ... Mrs. Mitchell
 1956 Lilli Palmer Theatre (TV Series)
Susan Baxter
- The Colonel (1956) ... Susan Baxter
 1955 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Evelyn Henschel
- Box Thirteen (1955) ... Evelyn Henschel
 1955 The Woman for Joe
Gown Shop Saleswoman (uncredited)
 1953-1955 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Alice Exern / Yvonne / Lesley Forester / ...
- The Two Virtues (1955) ... Alice Exern
- The Silent People (1954) ... Yvonne
- The Chameleon (1954) ... Lesley Forester
- Johnnie Was a Hero (1953) ... Sheila Miller
 1955 Madeleine (TV Movie)
Madame Balachowsky
 1955 The Vise (TV Series)
Gwen
- The Deception (1955) ... Gwen
 1955 Nitro (TV Movie)
Sally
 1954 The Master Plan
Yvonne Goulding
 1954 Young and Willing
Prisoner
 1953 Lady Frederick (TV Movie)
Lady Frederick Berolles
 1953 Wednesday Theatre (TV Series)
The Duchess of Huntington
- A Social Success (1953) ... The Duchess of Huntington
 1952 Little Big Shot
Mrs. Crane
 1952 Portrait of Peter Perowne (TV Movie)
Annabel
 1947 Victoria Regina (TV Movie)
Lady Muriel
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Dodie Smith's play, "Call It A Day," at the Embassy Theatre in London, England with Percy Marmont, Irene Arnold, and Denis Carew in the cast. Peter Dearing was director.
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Her husband Gus March-Phillips was one of the founders of the Small Scale Raiding Force (an offshoot of the SOE) under the orders of Winston Churchill. See more »

Star Sign:

Taurus

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