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Amy Brandon Thomas (1890–1974)

Amy Brandon Thomas was born on March 9, 1890 in London, England. She was an actress, known for The Profligate (1917), Vintage Wine (1935) and The Cry for Justice (1919). She was married to William Deane Barnes Brand. She died on May 9, 1974 in London. See full bio »


(age 84) in London, England, UK

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Known For

The Profligate Irene Stonehay
Vintage Wine Stephanie Popinot
The Cry for Justice Myra Stuart
Partners at Last Muriel Wright


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 1935 Vintage Wine
Stephanie Popinot
 1934 Java Head
Rhoda Ammidon
 1930 Murder!
Defending Counsel (as Amy Brandon-Thomas)
 1930 Mystery at the Villa Rose
Mrs. Starling
 1919 The Cry for Justice
Myra Stuart
 1917 The Profligate
Irene Stonehay
 1916 The Greater Need
Mary Firth
 1916 Partners at Last
Muriel Wright

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She acted in James Gleason and Richard Taber's play, "Is Zat So?", at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with James Gleason, Robert Armstrong, George Relph, George Curzon, Marjorie Crossland, Peter Dearing, Jack Parry and Jo Wallace in the cast. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Amy Brandon-Thomas


William Deane Barnes Brand  (his death)


Brandon Thomas

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Sister of writer Jevan Brandon-Thomas. See more »

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