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Rosalind Ivan

Highest Rated:   100% Scarlet Street (1945)
Lowest Rated:   33% The Robe (1953)
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British actress Rosalind Ivan gained most of her fame on the Broadway and London stages, but she also appeared in several memorable Hollywood films. At age ten, Ivan was a musical prodigy who gave piano recitals in London. This early experience performing led to her become a distinguished character actress in British Theater. In 1912, she first appeared on Broadway. In addition to acting, Ivan also wrote magazine articles, and book reviews; in 1927, she translated The Brothers Karamazov for a Theatre Guild production. In film, she first gained notice for her portrayal of a nagging wife in The Suspect (1945). This led her to be cast as unpleasant women in several other films; she was so convincing in her roles that some in Hollywood called her "Ivan the Terrible."

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
60% Elephant Walk
  • Mrs. Lakin
1954
33% The Robe
  • Julia
1953
88% Johnny Belinda
  • Mrs. Peggety
1948
No Score Yet Ivy
  • Emily
1947
No Score Yet That Brennan Girl
  • Mrs. Merryman
1946
No Score Yet The Verdict
  • Mrs. Vicky Benson
1946
No Score Yet Three Strangers
  • Lady Rhea
1946
100% Scarlet Street
  • Adele Cross
1945
No Score Yet Pillow of Death
  • Amelia Kincaid
1945
No Score Yet Sherlock Holmes in Pursuit to Algiers
  • Agatha Dunham
1945
No Score Yet The Corn Is Green
  • Mrs. Watty
1945
No Score Yet The Suspect
  • Cora
1944
No Score Yet None But the Lonely Heart
  • Mrs. Tate
1944
No Score Yet The Garden Murder Case
  • Japson
1936

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