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Dorothy Alison (4 April 1925 – 17 January 1992) was an Australian stage, film and television actress.
She was born in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, and was educated at Sydney Girls High School. She moved to London, England in 1949 to further her career. Aside from her numerous mostly-supporting film roles, she appeared in several television programmes and miniseries, including a prominent role in A Town Like Alice, The Adventures of Robin Hood (TV series) as the Ducess Constance and other TV shows.
She was nominated for two BAFTA awards: Most Promising Newcomer for Mandy (1952) and Best British Actress for Reach for the Sky (1956). For her performance in A Town Like Alice, she won the 1982 Logie Award (Australian television) for Best Support Actress in a Single Drama or Mini Series.
She died in London in January, 1992 aged 66.
- Sons of Matthew (1949)
- Eureka Stockade (1949)
- Mandy (1952)
- Turn the Key Softly (1953)
- The Maggie (1954)
- The Purple Plain (1954)
- The Feminine Touch (1956)
- The Long Arm (1956)
- Reach for the Sky (1956)
- The Silken Affair (1956)
- The Scamp (1957)
- Interpol (1957)
- The Man Upstairs (1958)
- Life in Emergency Ward 10 (1959)
- The Nun's Story (1959)
- Two Living, One Dead (1961)
- Georgy Girl (1966)
- Pretty Polly (1967)
- Blind Terror, also known as See No Evil (1971)
- Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971)
- The Amazing Mr Blunden (1972)
- The Return of the Soldier (1982)
- The Winds of Jarrah (1983)
- Rikky and Pete (1988)
- Evil Angels, also known as A Cry in the Dark (1988)
- Australia (1989)
- Malpractice (1989)
- "Distinguished Old Girls". The History of Sydney Girls High School. Sydney Girls High School. Retrieved 2008-05-25.
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