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|Born||Desiree Mary Lucy Hawkins
10 July 1913
Colchester, Essex, England
|Died||25 August 2007 (aged 94)
Santa Barbara, California, United States
|Spouse(s)||Sylvester "Pat" Weaver (m. 1942–2002)(his death)|
Life and career
Inglis was born Desiree Mary Lucy Hawkins in Colchester, Essex, the daughter of Margaret Inglis (née Hunt) and Alan George Hawkins. Her screen debut was in the 1934 film, Borrowed Clothes. She then went on to take a small part in the 1935 classic Alfred Hitchcock film, The 39 Steps as Hilary Jordan. She also appeared in the 1939 British telefilm version of Gaslight before taking on the role of Adele Ainsworth in The Letter in 1940 which marked the zenith of her film career. By this time she was appearing under the pseudonym/stage name, 'Elizabeth Earl'.
In 1942, she married Sylvester "Pat" Weaver. Weaver was an American radio advertising executive, who became president of NBC between 1953 and 1955. He was credited with helping to reshape broadcasting during the 1940s and '50s as television overtook radio as America's dominant form of home entertainment.
After marrying Weaver, Inglis retired from acting altogether. The couple had two children, one of whom is actress Sigourney Weaver. A photograph of Inglis was seen in a deleted scene in Aliens as Weaver's character's grown daughter.
- Landslide (1937)