|Born||Jul 11, 1896|
|Died||Jul 4, 1964|
|Age||Died at 68|
|Known for||Down-trodden women, maids, housekeepers, glum aunts|
|Top Roles||Aunt, , Accused Man's Wife in First Court Case, Mrs. Kipps, Annie|
|Top Genres||Drama, Crime, Romance, Comedy, War, Thriller/Suspense|
|Top Topics||World War II, Book-Based, Romance (Drama)|
|Top Collaborators||Marianne Stone, Edward Rigby, Roddy Hughes, George Carney|
|Shares birthday with||Yul Brynner, Thomas Mitchell, Tab Hunter see more..|
Beatrice Varley Overview:
Character actress, Beatrice Varley, was born on Jul 11, 1896 in Manchester, Lancashire. Varley died at the age of 68 on Jul 4, 1964 in Ealing, London .
Beatrice Varley was a careworn-looking British actress whose downturned mouth and wrinkled forehead consigned her for years to play down-trodden women who, one felt, had perhaps come from slightly better stock than those who ill-treated them. She also played maids, housekeepers and glum aunts, and was certainly memorable in the film, "Hatter's Castle" (1942), as the cancer and husband-ridden 'Mrs. Brodie', a role that set the pattern for her career.(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Illustrated Dictionary of Film Character Actors).
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