Irene Browne

Active - 1919 - 1963  |   Born - Jun 29, 1896   |   Died - Jul 24, 1965   |   Genres - Drama, Romance, Comedy

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Biography by Hans J. Wollstein

A member of the fine British contingent imported to Hollywood in 1933 to re-create Noel Coward's Cavalcade for the Fox cameras, Irene Browne went on to play very English matrons in such films as Peg o' My Heart (1933) and Berkeley Square (1933). A highly respected West End actress who had made her debut opposite H.B. Irving in Robert Macaire in 1910 and starred in such productions as No, No, Nanette (1925) and Cavalcade, Browne returned to Great Britain in 1933, where in addition to scores of stage roles she played the Duchess in Pygmalion (1938) and Lady Bland in Quartet (1949).

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