Marie Conmee (1933-1994) was an Irish film and stage actor and gay activist.
Her acting career spanned almost 40 years, and she appeared in films including This Other Eden (1959), Educating Rita (1983), and My Left Foot (1989) and Circle of Friends (1995). She appeared in plays including the first productions of Hugh Leonard's Madigan's Lock (1958), Adrian Vale and Chloe Gibson's Inquiry at Lisieux (1963) and Peter Sheridan's Down all the Days (1982).
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