Edith Evans

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Age: 126
Birthplace: London, England, UK

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Dame Edith Mary Evans, DBE (8 February 1888 – 14 October 1976) was a British actress. She was known for her work on the British stage. She also appeared in a number of films, for which she received three Academy Award nominations, plus a BAFTA and a Golden Globe award.

Evans was particularly effective at portraying haughty aristocratic ladies, as in two of her most famous roles: Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest (both on stage and in the 1952 film), and Miss Western in the 1963 film of Tom Jones. By contrast, she played a poverty-stricken old woman in one of her most acclaimed film roles, in The Whisperers (1967).
 
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Movie Character Year
3xyb5gewpm5jyneusuxiff55jd8 Look Back In Anger Mrs. Tanner 1959
5lewwca85puyadirpvvn4zsybtp The Nun's Story Rev. Mother Emmanuel 1959
Lgp7xoqfed18z4qfwz5jwlfprzz Tom Jones Miss Western 1963
Cocimfx8chhiepx6ojdozps97rb Young Cassidy Lady Gregory 1965
Z7dprtdhla9xntlrf7oxkn93ip4 Prudence and the Pill 1968
Vp5wqgxzwao3bveso7llsmif81m Scrooge Ghost of Christmas Past 1970
4drutkerjhdarjvxvbaxfw4ah6q A Doll's House Anne-Marie 1973
Qgjeoxcauw4y5ect4hnvebuasvr Craze Aunt Louise 1974