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Susan Stephen

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Biography

London, England, UK
Born 1931 in London, 50s film actress Susan Stephen made her film debut with His Excellency (1952). Her demure, slightly elfin loveliness seemed to coincide with the duteous daughters and/or faithful wives she played. Although mainly confined to "B" level films, Susan's more noticeable co-star roles occurred with Cocktails in the Kitchen (1954) and Value for Money (1955). Her movie career took a back seat in 1957 following her marriage to director Nicolas Roeg in 1957, which gently phased itself out within a few years. The couple later divorced in 1977 and he subsequently married Hollywood actress Theresa Russell. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Mary O'Leary

Treasure Hunt 1952

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Character: Penny Gardner

The Red Beret 1953

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Character: Anne Purves

For Better, for Worse 1954

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Character: Janie Matthews

Dangerous Cargo 1954

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Character: Corinne Bentley

As Long as They're Happy 1955

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Character: Olivia Grimble

Pacific Destiny 1956

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