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Mona Washbourne

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Biography

Birmingham, England, UK
Beloved round and roly-poly British character player Mona Washbourne was a natural symbol for the working-class as much of her early career was in playing midwives, barmaids, nannies, landladies and factory workers. Born November 27, 1903, in Birmingham, England, the daughter of Arthur Edmund Washbourne and his wife Kate (Robinson), the piano was to be her early passion and she initially trained at the Birmingham School of Music. Following concerting on the stage and broadcast playing on radio, she made her professional stage debut in 1924 with the "Modern Follies" concert party, as both pianist and soubrette. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Lugubrious Housewife

The Huggetts Abroad 1949

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Character: Lady Leveson

Maytime in Mayfair 1949

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Character: Vicar's Wife

Once Upon a Dream 1949

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Character: Miss Minter

The Gambler and the Lady 1952

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Character: Mid Wife Appleby.

To Dorothy a Son 1954

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Character: Monica Bare

Cast a Dark Shadow 1955

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Character: Miss Rendlesham

John and Julie 1955

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Character: Mrs. Thomas, landlady

Yield to the Night 1956

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Character: Miss Morrow

It's Great to Be Young! 1956

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Character: Catherine Parsons

The Third Day 1965

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Character: Matron: Staff

If.... 1968

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Character: Neighbour / Usher / Sister Hallett

O Lucky Man! 1973

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Character: Aunt

Stevie 1978

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Character: Midwifery Sister

Doctor in the House 1954

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Character: Well-wisher at Train Station

No Love for Johnnie 1961

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Character: Mrs. Salop - Lady Gambler

Adam and Evalyn 1949

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Character: Mrs. Helen Fiedke

The Driver's Seat 1974

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