A stage actress from the age of 15, Scottish leading lady Elizabeth Sellars trained for adult roles at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. Sellars spent most of the war touring military bases as star of that perennial stage favorite Jeanie. She first appeared on the London stage in 1946 in The Brothers Karamazov, then made her first film, Floodtide, in 1948. While her British filmwork in the 1950s was generally rewarding, she was saddled with thankless secondary parts in such Hollywood productions as Sabrina (1954), The Barefoot Contessa (1954) and Prince of Players (1956). Inactive in theatrical features since 1973's The Hireling, Elizabeth Sellars has kept busy with such made-for-TV movies as Voyage Round My Father (1984) and The Ghost in Monte Carlo (1990), as well as the weekly British series Shades of Greene and Beasts.