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Everley Gregg

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Biography

Bishop Stoke, England, UK
Thin-lipped, dark-haired British character actress, whose gallery of strong-minded women included nosy neighbours, snivelling sycophants and acidulous spinsters. Trained at RADA, she was primarily active on the English stage, with roles in "Grand Hotel" (1931) and "The Importance of Being Earnest" (1946), among many others. Over the years, she developed a fondness for comedic interpretations in plays by Noel Coward. On Broadway she appeared just once, in "Point Valaine" (1935), two years prior having made her screen debut as Katherine Parr in The Private Life of Henry VIII. (1933). Read more...

Actor

Character: Mrs. Gladys Martin

The Ghost Goes West 1935

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Character: Mrs. Flannel

The Demi-Paradise 1943

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Character: First Woman on Train

I See a Dark Stranger 1946

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Character: Miss Pilby

Marry Me 1949

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Character: Charlotte's Dressmaker

Stage Fright 1950

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Character: Bridegroom's Mother in Wedding Group

The Magic Box 1951

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Character: Disgusted Woman at Salon

Moulin Rouge 1952

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Character: Lady Millicent Harringay

Stolen Face 1952

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Character: Club Matron

The Man Who Never Was 1956

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Character: Katherine Parr The Sixth Wife

The Private Life of Henry VIII. 1933

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Character: Mildred Langwiter

The Scoundrel 1935

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