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May Whitty

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dame Mary Louise Webster, DBE (19 June 1865 – 29 May 1948), known professionally as May Whitty and later, for her charity work, Dame May Whitty, was an English stage and film actress. She was one of the first two women entertainers to become a Dame. The British actors union Equity was established in her home. After a successful career she moved over to Hollywood films at the age of 72. She went to live in America, where she won awards for her film roles.

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Jun 19, 1865 In Liverpool, Merseyside, England, UK
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
Movie The Return of October 1948-10-26
Latest Project:
In the movie Keep Your Seats, Please 1936-08-01
Known For
Poster of Return to Yesterday
Poster of I Met My Love Again
Poster of Night Must Fall
Poster of Keep Your Seats, Please
Movie The Sign of the Ram Clara Brastock
Movie The Return of October Aunt Martha Grant
Movie If Winter Comes Mrs. Perch
Movie This Time for Keeps Grandmother Cambaretti
Movie Green Dolphin Street Mother Superior
Movie Devotion Lady Thornton
Movie My Name Is Julia Ross Mrs. Hughes
Movie The White Cliffs of Dover Nanny
Movie Gaslight Bessie Thwaites
Movie The Constant Nymph Lady Constance Longborough
Movie Forever and a Day Lucy Trimble
Movie Crash Dive Grandmother
Movie Slightly Dangerous Baba
Movie Stage Door Canteen Dame May Whitty
Movie Flesh and Fantasy Pamela Hardwick (segment 2)
Movie Lassie Come Home Dally
Movie Madame Curie Madame Eugene Curie
Movie Thunder Birds Lady Jane Stackhouse
Movie Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood No. 6 Unknown
Movie Mrs. Miniver Lady Beldon
Movie Suspicion Mrs. McLaidlaw
Movie One Night In Lisbon Florence
Movie A Bill of Divorcement Aunt Hester Fairfield
Movie Return to Yesterday Mrs Emily Truscott
Movie Raffles Lady Melrose
Movie The Lady Vanishes Miss Froy
Movie I Met My Love Again Aunt William
Movie Conquest Laetitia Bonaparte
Movie The Thirteenth Chair Mme. Rosalie La Grange
Movie Night Must Fall Mrs. Bramson
Movie Keep Your Seats, Please Aunt Georgina Withers