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Sheila Guyse (1925–2013)


Beautiful multi-talented Sheila Guyse was a popular, well-loved figure on the stage and screen of the Dorothy Dandridge era. Some critics even felt she was a better actress than Dandridge, some said if Sheila ever decided to go to Hollywood, she would give her a run for her money. She appeared in three independent black films, "Boy, What A Girl", ... See full bio »

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(1947)
Miracle in Harlem Julie Weston
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 1959 The Green Pastures (TV Movie)
Zeba
 1957 The Green Pastures (TV Movie)
Zeba
 1948 Miracle in Harlem
Julie Weston
 1947 Sepia Cinderella
Barbara
 1947 Boy! What a Girl!
Francine Cummings
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 1948 Miracle in Harlem (performer: "Look Down That Lonesome Road" - uncredited)
 1947 Sepia Cinderella (performer: "Cinderella")
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 1958 The Jack Paar Tonight Show (TV Series)
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- Episode #2.76 (1958) ... Herself
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