Sally Ann Howes

Sally Ann Howes

Highest Rated: 97% Dead of Night (1945)

Lowest Rated: 20% Death Ship (1980)

Birthday: Jul 20, 1930

Birthplace: London, England, UK

The daughter of popular British musical comedy entertainer Bobby Howes, Sally Ann Howes made her first film at the age of 13. That film was Thursday's Child (1943), in which Howes was copacetically cast as a juvenile star whose fame wreaked havoc upon her family. At 15, Howes was given an opportunity for well-modulated hysterics in the multistoried horror classic Dead of Night (1945). She went on to play Kate Nickelby in Nicholas Nickelby (1947) and Kitty in Anna Karenina (1948) before finally graduating to adult roles. In 1958, Howes took time out from her film career to replace Julie Andrews in the long-running Broadway hit My Fair Lady; her "Henry Higgins" was Edward Mulhare. Sally Ann Howes was at one time the wife of composer Richard Adler, of Pajama Game and Damn Yankees fame.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Halfway House Actor 2012
20% Death Ship Margaret Marshall 1980
67% Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Truly Scrumptious 1968
No Score Yet The Admirable Crichton Lady Mary 1957
No Score Yet The History of Mr. Polly Cristabel 1949
No Score Yet Anna Karenina Kitty Scherbatsky 1948
No Score Yet Nicholas Nickleby Actor 1947
No Score Yet Pink String and Sealing Wax Peggy Sutton 1946
No Score Yet Nicholas Nickleby Kate Nickleby 1946
97% Dead of Night Sally O'Hara 1945
No Score Yet The Halfway House Joanna French 1944
No Score Yet Thursday's Child Fennis Wilson 1943


No Score Yet Marcus Welby, M.D.
Janet 1973
No Score Yet Mission: Impossible
Beth 1969


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