Lucy Griffiths (actress, born 1919)

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Lucy Griffiths
Born (1919-04-24)24 April 1919
Birley, Herefordshire, England, UK
Died 29 September 1982(1982-09-29) (aged 63)
London, England, UK
Years active 1953–81

Lucy Griffiths (aka Lucy Griffith) (24 April 1919 – 29 September 1982) was an English actress whose work spanned from the early 1950s to the early 1980s.[1]

Born in Birley, Herefordshire, she had a prolific career in both film and television and is most famous for her roles in numerous Hammer horror films such as Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (alongside horror legend Peter Cushing), The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (starring horror legend Christopher Lee) and classic television programmes such as On the Buses, Mind Your Language, All Creatures Great and Small, Secret Army and Z-Cars. She also had a small, uncredited bit-part in the classic British film, Genevieve, as well as several other small uncredited roles in numerous British productions.

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