|Born||Nora Rosamund Jones
19 October 1913
Tottenham, London, England
|Died||27 October 1998
|Spouse(s)||Russell Lloyd (1943–1949; divorced)
John Silkin (1950–1987; his death); 1 child
She was born and brought up in Tottenham in North London and became a popular film and stage actress, who was known for playing gentle-mannered women. John was twice married, firstly to film editor Russell Lloyd, from 1943 to 1949, and secondly to politician John Silkin from 1950 to 1987, by whom she had one son, Rory (born 1954).
She died from natural causes in London in 1998, aged 85.
- The Secret of the Loch (1934)
- Lucky to Me (1939)
- The First of the Few (1942) (titled Spitfire in the USA)
- The Gentle Sex (1943)
- The Lamp Still Burns (1943)
- Tawny Pipit (1944)
- The Way to the Stars (1945)
- Green for Danger (1946)
- The Upturned Glass (1947)
- Fame Is the Spur (1947)
- When the Bough Breaks (1947)
- No Place for Jennifer (1949)
- She Shall Have Murder (1950)
- Never Look Back (1952)
- Street Corner (1953)
- Operation Murder (1957)
- Halliwell, Leslie and John Walker. Halliwell's Who's who in the Movies. Harper Resource, 2001. ISBN 0-06-093507-3.
- Born: 19 October 1913, LondonDied: 27 October 1998, London. "Rosamund John | BFI". Explore.bfi.org.uk. Retrieved 2014-06-13.
- Tom Vallance (1998-11-02). "Obituary: Rosamund John - Arts and Entertainment". The Independent. Retrieved 2014-06-13.
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