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Pamela Brown

Lowest Rated:   33% Half a Sixpence (1967)
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Birthplace:   London, England, UK
British stage actress Pamela Brown's film appearances were sporadic but memorable; she was often cast in haughty or eccentric roles. Her notable features include impressive sloe eyes, pointy chin, a come-hither smile, and a deep resonant voice. Brown studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, then made her stage debut as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet at Stratford-on-Avon in 1936, when she was 19. She played a large variety of roles for the Old Vic and made her highly successful Broadway debut in 1947 in Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest. Brown debuted onscreen in One of Our Aircraft is Missing (1942) and made on-and-off appearances in films until 1973's Lady Caroline Lamb. She won an Emmy for her work in Victoria Regina on American TV.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Cleopatra 50th Anniversary
  • Actor
2013
No Score Yet In This House of Brede
  • Actor
1975
60% Dracula
  • Mrs. Westurna
1973
No Score Yet Lady Caroline Lamb
  • Lady Bessborough
1972
No Score Yet Figures in a Landscape
  • Widow
1971
No Score Yet The Night Digger (The Road Builder)
  • Mrs. Prince
1971
100% On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
  • Mrs. Fitzherbert
1970
No Score Yet Wuthering Heights
  • Mrs. Linton
1970
50% Secret Ceremony
  • Hilda
1968
33% Half a Sixpence
  • Mrs. Washington
1967
83% A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
  • Priestess
1966
No Score Yet Gonks Go Beat
  • Helen
1965
76% Becket
  • Queen Eleanor
1964
56% Cleopatra
  • High Priestess
1963
No Score Yet The Scapegoat
  • Blanche
1959
No Score Yet Now and Forever
  • Mrs. Grant
1958
80% Richard III
  • Jane Shore
1956
100% Lust for Life
  • Christine
1956
No Score Yet Personal Affair
  • Evelyn
1953
85% The Tales of Hoffmann
  • Nicklaus
1951
No Score Yet Alice in Wonderland
  • Queen Victoria
1949
100% I Know Where I'm Going
  • Catriona
1947
No Score Yet One of Our Aircraft Is Missing
  • Else Meertens
1942

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