Joan Kemp-Welch

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Joan Kemp-Welch
Born 23 September 1906
Wimbledon, Surrey
United Kingdom
Died 5 July 1999
England
United Kingdom
Other names Glory Vincent Green
Occupation Actress
Director
Producer
Years active 1926 - 1981

Joan Kemp-Welch (1906–1999) was a British stage and film actress, who later went on to become a television director. After making her stage debut in 1926 at the Q Theatre, Kemp-Welch made her film debut in 1933 and appeared in fifteen films over the next decade largely in supporting or minor roles. Occasionally she played more substantial parts as in Hard Steel and They Flew Alone (both 1942).

Post-Second World War, she moved into television working as both a producer and director of television films and episodes of television series. In 1959 she was one of the winners at the Society of Film and Television Arts Television Awards. In 1964 she directed A Midsummer Night's Dream for ITV's Play of the Week.[1] The same year she directed four Noël Coward adaptations for A Choice of Coward. Other work included directing episodes of Upstairs, Downstairs and Armchair Theatre.

Selected filmography[edit]

Actress[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rothwell p.104

Bibliography[edit]

  • Rotherwell, Kenneth S. A History of Shakespeare on Screen: A Century of Film and Television. Cambridge University Press, 2004.

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