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Violet Gould (1883–1962)

Violet Gould was born on August 3, 1883 in Marylebone, London, England as Violet Agneta Gould. She was an actress, known for Little Women (1950), Fredric March Presents Tales from Dickens (1959) and BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950). She died on March 29, 1962 in Hampstead, London. See full bio »

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Known For

Little Women Aunt March
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre Elderly party / Grandma Simpson / Miss Farquharson / Mrs. Hillier / Mrs. Punt
Armchair Theatre Mrs. Mickleham


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 1958-1961 Dixon of Dock Green (TV Series)
- Duffy Draws a Bonus (1961) ... Boxie
- Duffy Goes to War (1960) ... Boxie
- Duffy Takes a Walk (1960) ... Boxie
- The Little School (1960) ... Boxie
- A Bomb Called Mary (1959) ... Boxie
 1959-1961 Fredric March Presents Tales from Dickens (TV Series)
Mrs. Crupp
- David and Dora Get Married (1961) ... Mrs. Crupp
- David and Dora (1959) ... Mrs. Crupp
- Uriah Heep (1959) ... Mrs. Crupp
 1960 Armchair Mystery Theatre (TV Series)
Mrs. Briggs
- False Witness (1960) ... Mrs. Briggs
 1960 Probation Officer (TV Series)
Mrs. Wilson
- Episode #1.36 (1960) ... Mrs. Wilson
 1959 The Witness
 1959 A Kiss for Cinderella (TV Movie)
Mrs. Maloney
 1959 Charlesworth (TV Series)
- Offshore Incident (1959) ... Miriam
 1950-1959 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Mrs. Hillier / Elderly party / Miss Farquharson / ...
- The Driving Force (1959) ... Mrs. Hillier
- The Final Test (1951) ... Elderly party
- The Search Party (1951) ... Miss Farquharson
- The Happy Sunday Afternoon (1950) ... Grandma Simpson
- The History of Mr. Polly (1950) ... Mrs. Punt
 1958-1959 Charlie Drake (TV Series)
 1958 Mary Britten, M.D. (TV Series)
Mrs. Pink
- The Imperfect Secretary (1958) ... Mrs. Pink
 1958 Emergency-Ward 10 (TV Series)
Madame Lili
- Episode #1.165 (1958) ... Madame Lili
 1958 Saturday Playhouse (TV Series)
Mrs. Henson
- The Ware Case (1958) ... Mrs. Henson
 1958 The Little Beggars (TV Movie)
Mrs. Filch
 1958 I Accuse!
Old Woman (uncredited)
 1957 The Amorous Goldfish (TV Movie)
 1956 Up in the World
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1956 Aggie (TV Series)
Old woman
- Wedding in Corsica (1956) ... Old woman
 1956 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Mrs. Mickleham
- The Old Lady Shows Her Medals (1956) ... Mrs. Mickleham
 1956 Triple Deception
Barmaid (uncredited)
 1956 David Copperfield (TV Series)
Publican's wife
- Part 3 (1956) ... Publican's wife
 1956 Abigail and Roger (TV Series)
- Episode #1.5 (1956)
 1956/I Keep It Clean
Lady Pecksniff
 1956 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (TV Movie)
Queen of Hearts
 1955 Stolen Assignment
Mrs. Hudson
 1955 Appointment with Drama (TV Series)
- The Apollo of Bellac (1955) ... Secretary
 1955 Pots of Money (TV Movie)
 1955 Children Galore
Mrs. Bunnion
 1953 Toad of Toad Hall (TV Movie)
 1953 Joking Apart (TV Movie)
Mrs. Warrington
 1952-1953 The Pickwick Papers (TV Series)
Mrs. Cluppins
- The Fifth Paper (1953) ... Mrs. Cluppins
- The Fourth Paper (1952) ... Mrs. Cluppins
 1952 Without the Prince (TV Movie)
Mrs. Peters
 1952 It's a Small World (TV Movie)
Mrs. Opie (voice)
 1951 Cheer the Brave
1st Woman
 1951 Her Best Foot Forward (TV Movie)
Miss Coker
 1951 Little Women (TV Series)
Aunt March
- Pleasant Meadows (1951) ... Aunt March
- Dark Days (1951) ... Aunt March
 1950 Corinth House (TV Movie)
Miss Figgis
 1948 Till Tomorrow (TV Short)
 1947 Murder in the Cathedral (TV Movie)
 1945 Men of the Mines (Short)
Mrs. Pickles
 1945 Twilight Hour
Charwoman (uncredited)
 1944 Strawberry Roan
Chris's Cook (uncredited)
 1936 Wolf's Clothing
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She acted in Walter Ellis's play, "A Little Bit of Fluff," at the Criterion Theatre in London, England with Ernest Thesiger, Marjorie Maxwell, George Desmond, Ruby Miller, Stanley Lethbury, Alfred Drayton, and Lilian Talbot in the cast. See more »

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