Ursula Jeans

Highest Rated: 100% The Dam Busters (1954)
Lowest Rated: 58% Cavalcade (1933)
Birthday: May 5, 1906
Birthplace: Not Available
Actress Ursula Jeans was born in India to British parents. She was a stage actress from her mid-teens, and a movie starlet from 1922. Maturing into a versatile leading lady in the talkie era, Jean's best-known screen role of the 1930s was Fanny Bridges in the Oscar-winning Cavalcade (1933). She remained a popular character lead into the 1960s in films like The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943) and The Dam Busters (1955). Frequently on television, Jeans could be seen in such American productions as the 1963 video staging of Hedda Gabler, which starred Hedda Gabler. Previously married to actor Robert Irvine, Ursula Jeans' second husband was another highly-regarded fixture of British films, actor Roger Livesey.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Hedda Gabler Actor 1963
No Score Yet The Queen's Guards Actor 1961
No Score Yet North West Frontier Actor 1960
No Score Yet Northwest Frontier Lady Wyndham 1959
100% The Dam Busters Mrs. Wallis 1954
No Score Yet Weaker Sex Martha Dacre 1948
No Score Yet The Woman in the Hall Lorna Blake 1948
No Score Yet Mr. Emmanuel Frau Heinkes 1944
96% The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp Frau von Kalteneck 1943
No Score Yet Over the Moon Millie 1939
No Score Yet Storm in a Teacup Lisbete Skirving 1937
No Score Yet Dark Journey Gertrude 1937
No Score Yet Man in the Mirror Veronica 1936
58% Cavalcade Fanny Bridges 1933
No Score Yet Friday the 13th Eileen Jackson 1933


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