Coral Browne

Highest Rated: 100% Dreamchild (1985)
Lowest Rated: 17% American Dreamer (1984)
Birthday: Jul 23, 1913
Birthplace: Not Available
An established British stage comedienne, Coral Brown began making film appearances in 1936. She is best remembered for her all-stops-out portrayal of perpetually soused actress Vera Charles in Auntie Mame (1958) and of blinkered dowager Lady Claire Gurney in The Ruling Class (1972). Later assignments included the 1983 TV movie An Englishman Abroad, which dramatized the chance meeting in the 1930s between Ms. Browne and British turncoat Guy Burgess, and Dreamchild (1985), in which she played the octogenarian inspiration for Lewis Carroll's "Alice." Coral Browne's second husband was actor Vincent Price, whom she met when Price "killed" her in 1973's Theatre of Blood.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
100% Dreamchild Alice Hargreaves 1985
17% American Dreamer Margaret McMann 1984
No Score Yet Eleanor, First Lady of the World Lady Reading 1982
24% Xanadu Hera 1980
50% The Drowning Pool Olivia Devereaux 1975
93% Theater of Blood (Theatre of Blood) (Much Ado About Murder) Miss Chloe Moon 1973
82% The Ruling Class Lady Claire Gurney 1972
No Score Yet Mrs. Warren's Profession Mrs. Warren 1972
71% The Killing of Sister George Mercy Croft 1968
No Score Yet The Legend of Lylah Clare Molly Luther 1968
50% The Night of the Generals Eleanore von Seidlitz-Gabler 1967
No Score Yet Tamahine Mme. Becque 1963
No Score Yet Go To Blazes Actor 1962
No Score Yet The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone Meg 1961
93% Auntie Mame Vera Charles 1958
No Score Yet Twist of Fate Helen 1954
No Score Yet Piccadilly Incident Virginia Pearson 1946
No Score Yet Let George Do It! (To Hell with Hitler) Iris 1940

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