Dorothy Alison

Birthday: Apr 4, 1925
Birthplace: Not Available
Australian stage and film actress Dorothy Alison arrived in London in 1949, working as a secretary while scouting out acting jobs. Alison's best-remembered film assignments include Miss Stockton, the sympathetic but no-nonsense teacher of deaf child Mandy Miller, in Crash of Silence (1952) and the courageous Nurse Brace in the wartime drama Reach for the Sky (1957). She gained a worldwide following in the early '80s for her work in the TV series A Town Like Alice. Dorothy Alison's final film appearance was in, appropriately enough, 1989's Australia.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
93% Evil Angels (A Cry in the Dark) Avis Murchison 1988
No Score Yet Rikky and Pete Mrs. Menzies 1988
No Score Yet Winds of Jarrah Mrs. Sullivan 1983
No Score Yet Return of the Soldier Brigadier's Wife 1982
No Score Yet The Amazing Mr. Blunden Mrs. Allen 1972
56% Blind Terror (See No Evil) Betty Rexton 1971
No Score Yet Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde Mrs. Spencer 1971
No Score Yet Pretty Polly (A Matter of Innocence) Mrs. Barlow 1968
91% Georgy Girl Health Visitor 1966
No Score Yet The Prince and the Pauper Mrs. Canty 1962
No Score Yet Two Living, One Dead Esther Kester 1961
93% The Nun's Story Sister Aurelie 1959
No Score Yet Pickup Alley Helen 1957
No Score Yet Reach for the Sky Nurse Brace 1957
No Score Yet Third Key Mary Halliday 1956
No Score Yet The Purple Plain Nurse 1955
No Score Yet The Maggie Miss Peters 1954
No Score Yet Turn the Key Softly Joan 1954
No Score Yet Mandy (Crash of Silence)(The Story of Mandy) Miss Stockton 1952
No Score Yet Eureka Stockade Mrs. Bentley 1949

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