Rosalie Crutchley Overview:

Character actress, Rosalie Crutchley, was born Rosalie Sylvia Crutchley on Jan 4, 1920 in London, England. Crutchley died at the age of 77 on Jul 28, 1997 in London, England .


Rosalie Crutchley was probably the British Actress you would most expect to find behind the creaking door of a haunted house.  This slim, black-haired, gloomy-looking lady was a dyed-in-the-wool stage player who made her theatrical debut at age 17. She played a violinist who gets bumped off in her first film ("Take My Live" 1947), which set a touch of gloom and doom as the pattern for her movie career. The theater offered her a better range of roles.

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



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Played the role of Madame Defarge in both the 1958 film of "A Tale Of Two Cities" and a later BBC-TV version.

Acting debut Liverpool Repertory, 1938

Broadway debut 1950

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