Elizabeth Allan was an English stage, screen, and television actress, who worked in both England and Hollywood.

Elizabeth Allan was an English stage, screen, and television actress, who worked in both England and Hollywood.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 41

Birthday 1910-04-09

Day of Death 1990-07-27

Place of Birth Skegness, Lincolnshire, England, UK

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Also Known As

  • Elizabeth Allen

Acting TV ShowsMovies

1958 Grip of the Strangler as Barbara Rankin
1955 The Brain Machine as Dr. Phillipa Roberts
1954 Front Page Story as Susan Grant
1953 The Heart of the Matter as Louise Scobie
1953 Twice Upon a Time as Carol-Anne Bailey
1953 Folly to be Wise as Angela Prout
1951 No Highway in the Sky as Shirley Scott
1949 That Dangerous Age as Lady Sybil
1944 He Snoops to Conquer as Jane Strawbridge
1942 Went the Day Well? as Peggy
1942 The Great Mr Handel as Mrs. Cibber
1940 Saloon Bar as Queenie
1940 The Girl Who Forgot as Leonora Barradine
1939 Inquest as Margaret Hamilton
1937 Slave Ship as Nancy Marlowe
1937 The Soldier and the Lady as Nadia
1936 Camille as Nichette, the Bride
1936 A Woman Rebels as Flora Anne Thistlewaite
1935 A Tale of Two Cities as Lucie Manette
1935 Mark of the Vampire as Irena
1935 David Copperfield as Mrs. Copperfield
1934 Outcast Lady as Venice
1934 Java Head as Nettie Vollar
1934 Men in White as Barbara
1934 The Mystery of Mr. X as Jane
1933 Ace of Aces as Nancy Adams
1933 The Solitaire Man as Helen Hemming
1933 No Marriage Ties as Peggy Wilson
1933 Looking Forward as Caroline Service
1933 The Shadow as Sonia Bryant
1932 The Phantom Fiend as Daisy Bunting
1932 The Chinese Puzzle as Naomi Melsham
1932 Service of Ladies as Sylvia Robertson
1932 Nine Till Six as Gracie Abbott
1931 Black Coffee as Barbara Amory
1931 Michael and Mary as Romo
1931 Many Waters as Freda Barcaldine
1931 Chin Chin Chinaman as Countess Olga Dureska
1931 The Rosary as Vera Mannering
1931 Rodney Steps In as Masked Lady
1931 Alibi as Ursula Browne

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