Rosalind Ivan Overview:

Character actress, Rosalind Ivan, was born on Nov 27, 1880 in London, England. Ivan died at the age of 78 on Apr 6, 1959 in New York City, NY .

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Though in real life a bright, amusing, charming, and multi-talented person, Rosalind Ivan's interesting facial features clearly doomed her to playing shrikes and shrews in drama, which she did to great effect. Dubbed Ivan the Terrible by some after her performance as the termagant wife of Charles Laughton in "The Suspect", she returned to the stage in the late 1940s, and to a career as an acting coach. She died from heart failure.

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Illustrated Dictionary of Film Character Actors).

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Mrs. McKee: Mrs. Moore is her own worst enemy.
Mrs. Poggety: Not while I'm alive, she isn't!


Adele Cross: Next thing you'll be painting women without clothes.
Christopher Cross: I never saw a woman without any clothes.
Adele Cross: I should hope not!


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A portrait of her hangs over the fireplace in the film 'Apartment for Peggy'.

On account of the effectiveness with which she portrayed haughty or cold-hearted types, she was nicknamed "Ivan the Terrible."

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