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Maureen Pryor (Maureen Pook)

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Biography

Limerick, Ireland
The daughter of a Cockney hotelier father and an Irish mother, Maureen was educated at Upton Hall and a Covent in Cheshire. She started her acting career in Manchester Repertory in 1938 and studied her craft with Michel Saint-Denis at the London Theatre Studio from 1939-1940. Her first West End appearance was in a production of Sean O'Casey's "Red Roses for Me" at the New Theatre, which was followed by other West End shows including Noel Coward's "Peace In Our Time", John Bowen's "After the Rain" and "Little Boxes". Read more...

Actor

Character: Sister Consuela

Conspiracy of Hearts 1960

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Character: Birdie Guffy

Three Bites of the Apple 1967

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Character: Nina's Mother

The Music Lovers 1970

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Character: Mrs. Buller

Lady Caroline Lamb 1972

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Character: Labour Party Member

No Love for Johnnie 1961

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Character: Teddy's mother

Walk in the Shadow 1962

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Character: Helen's mother

Thirty-Minute Theatre 1965

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Character: Enid Wardle

The Sweeney 1975

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Character: Dr. Ethel Smyth

Shoulder to Shoulder 1974

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