Wendy Barrie

Lowest Rated: 89% Dead End (1937)
Birthday: Apr 18, 1912
Birthplace: Not Available
Born Wendy Jenkins, Wendy Barrie was the daughter of an attorney and was educated in England and Switzerland. A skinny, breezy, light-hearted, English-accented blonde, she debuted on the British stage in 1930, then went on to make three U.K. films in 1932, including Alexander Korda's The Private Life of Henry VIII, in which she played the loose Jane Seymour; that role put her in demand in Hollywood, a status she attained for over a decade. However, her considerable charm and good looks were squandered in "B"-movies, such as a series of "The Saint" action-mysteries. After 1943 she was given few film roles. A talkative and gregarious woman, she went on to do radio and TV, including work in New York City as the host of The Wendy Barrie Show, one of TV's first talk shows. In 1954 she appeared in It Should Happen to You (1954) and went on to do another film or two in later years. A stroke while she was in her 60s left her mentally incapacitated.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
100% It Should Happen to You Herself 1954
No Score Yet Submarine Alert Ann Patterson 1943
No Score Yet Forever and a Day Edith 1943
No Score Yet Follies Girl Anne Merriday 1943
No Score Yet A Date with the Falcon Actor 1942
No Score Yet The Gay Falcon Actor 1941
No Score Yet The Saint in Palm Springs Elna Johnson 1941
No Score Yet Who Killed Aunt Maggie? Sally Ambler 1940
No Score Yet The Saint Takes Over Ruth 1940
No Score Yet Day-Time Wife Kitty 1939
No Score Yet Five Came Back Alice Melhorne 1939
91% The Hound of the Baskervilles Beryl Stapleton 1939
No Score Yet The Saint Strikes Back Val Travers 1939
No Score Yet I Am the Law Frances 'Frankie' Ballou 1938
89% Dead End Kay Burton 1937
No Score Yet What Price Vengeance? Polly Moore 1937
No Score Yet Under Your Spell Cynthia Drexel 1936
No Score Yet Ticket to Paradise Jane Forbes 1936
No Score Yet Speed Jane Mitchell 1936
No Score Yet The Big Broadcast of 1936 Sue 1935
No Score Yet It's a Boy Mary Bogle 1934
100% The Private Life of Henry VIII Jane Seymour 1933
No Score Yet If I Were Rich Lilian Gilbert 1933
No Score Yet Wedding Rehearsal Lady Mary Rose Wroxbury 1932

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