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Ann Trevor (1899–1970)

Ann Trevor was born on August 22, 1899 in Hackney, London, England as Annie Trilnick. She was an actress, known for Wuthering Heights (1920), Daniel Deronda (1921) and Tense Moments with Great Authors (1922). She died on June 6, 1970 in Marylebone, London. See full bio »

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Known For

Daniel Deronda Mirah Lapidoth
Tense Moments with Great Authors Lucie Manette (segment "Tale of Two Cities, A")
A Tale of Two Cities Lucie Manette


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 1939 Under Suspicion (TV Movie)
 1922 Tense Moments with Great Authors
Lucie Manette (segment "Tale of Two Cities, A")
 1922 The Grass Orphan
 1922 A Rogue in Love
Pattie Keable
 1922 A Tale of Two Cities (Short)
Lucie Manette
 1921 Daniel Deronda
Mirah Lapidoth
 1921 The Headmaster
Antigone Sanctuary
 1920 Build Thy House
Helen Dawson
 1920 Wuthering Heights

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She acted in Joaquin Alvarez Quintero's plays, "Fortunato," and "The Lady from Alfaqueque," at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud (played Alberto and Felipe Rivas), O.B. Clarence, Margaret Webster, John Fernald, and Anthony Ireland in the cast. James Whale was director. See more »

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Anne Trevor

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