Biography

Nancy Price, CBE, was an English actress on stage and screen, author and theatre director. Her acting career began in a repertory theatre company before progressing to the London stage, silent films, talkies and finally television. Her stage carrier began in 1900 and ended in 1950. She played her first film role in 1916 and the last in 1952, all in all she appeared in 29 films. Her first TV role was in 1938, during British TV's brief pre-war period, and she then appeared in four TV plays in 1950 and 1951.

Nancy Price, CBE, was an English actress on stage and screen, author and theatre director. Her acting career began in a repertory theatre company before progressing to the London stage, silent films, talkies and finally television. Her stage carrier began in 1900 and ended in 1950. She played her first film role in 1916 and the last in 1952, all in all she appeared in 29 films. Her first TV role was in 1938, during British TV's brief pre-war period, and she then appeared in four TV plays in 1950 and 1951.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender -

Known Credits 17

Birthday 1880-02-03

Day of Death 1970-03-31

Place of Birth Kinver, Staffordshire, England

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1952 Mandy as Jane Ellis
1950 The Naked Heart as Thérésa Suprenant
1948 The Three Weird Sisters as Gertrude Morgan-Vaughan
1947 Master of Bankdam
1946 Carnival as Mrs. Trewhella
1945 I Know Where I'm Going! as Mrs. Crozier
1945 I Live in Grosvenor Square as Mrs. Wilson
1945 Madonna of the Seven Moons as Mama Barucci
1942 Secret Mission as Violette, housekeeper
1940 Dead Man's Shoes as Madame Pelletier
1940 The Stars Look Down as Martha Fenwick - Davey's mother
1931 The Speckled Band as Mrs Staunton
1930 Such Is the Law as Aunt
1930 The Loves of Robert Burns as Posie Nancy
1929 The American Prisoner as Lovey Lee
1923 Bonnie Prince Charlie as Lady Kingsburgh
1923 Love, Life and Laughter as Her Friend

Writing

1948 The Three Weird Sisters Writer

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