25 January 1895|
Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, Wales
|Died||19 September 1954
Mary Glynne (25 January 1895 – 19 September 1954) was a British actress. She appeared in numerous stage productions from 1908 to 1954 and in 24 films between 1919 and 1939. She was born in Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan South Wales and died in London.
She started her career in 1908 where she was on stage in a play called The Dairymaids at the Princes Theatre in Manchester. A month later, she appeared on stage at the Queen's Theatre in the same play in London. Following her appearance in many West End successes, she toured the provinces and, later, South Africa. She was married to Dennis Neilson-Terry who died in Rhodesia in 1932.
- Unmarried (1920)
- The Call of Youth (1921)
- Appearances (1921)
- The Mystery Road (1921)
- The Princess of New York (1921)
- The White Hen (1921)
- Dangerous Lies (1921)
- The Bonnie Brier Bush (1921)
- The Good Companions (1933)
- Flat Number Three (1934)
- Emil and the Detectives (1935)
- Scrooge (1935)
- Royal Cavalcade (1935)
- Grand Finale (1936)
- The Heirloom Mystery (1936)
- The Angelus (1937)
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