Alison Skipworth (actress)
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Who is Alison Skipworth?
Alison Skipworth was an English stage and screen actress. She was born Alison Mary Elliott Margaret Groom in London.
- also known as Alison Mary Elliott Margaret Groom, Skippy, Allison Skipworth
- born on (151 years ago) in London
- nationality: United Kingdom
- profession: Actor
- Marriage with Frank Markham Skipworth between and (47 years)
- died on (63 years ago) in New York City
- buried in Kensico Cemetery
- "Madame Racketeer"
- "Tonight Is Ours"
- "Satan Met a Lady"
- "The Captain Hates the Sea"
- played La Gourdan in "Du Barry, Woman of Passion"
- "Becky Sharp"
- "Tonight or Never"
- "Doubting Thomas"
- played Nora in "King of the Newsboys"
- "Sinners in the Sun"
- "39 East"
- played Mrs. Matilda Coggins in "Devotion"
- played Mrs. Priscilla Llewellyn in "The Casino Murder Case"
- played Lady Catherine Champion-Chene in "Strictly Unconventional"
- played Lillie Eckleberger in "Two in a Crowd"
- played Senora Perez in "The Devil Is a Woman"
- played Mother Bright in "Wharf Angel"
- "The Road to Singapore"
- "Wide Open Faces"
- "Hitch Hike Lady"
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