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Annabel Maule
Born
Margaret Annabel Maule

(1922-09-08)September 8, 1922
OccupationActress
Years active1938–1985

Margaret Annabel Maule (born 8 September 1922) is a British actress.[1][2][3] She played in several films and television series as well as numerous characters in Sunday Night Theatre on BBC.

Life and career

Maule was born in Lambeth, London in September 1922 to director-manager Donovan Maude and Mollie Shiells. She is the sister of actor Robin Maule (1924–1942).[4] Maule married Douglas Dickson in Chelsea, London, in 1946, though the marriage was later dissolved.[5]

She appeared in the West End in the play His Excellency in 1950 and 1951.

Maule published a book, "Theatre Near the Equator: The Donovan Maule Story", about her family life in 2004.[6]

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1938 Save a Little Sunshine Marlene
1939 First Stop North Bett TV Movie
1948 Wuthering Heights Isabella Linton TV Movie
1952 Beauty and the Beast Jane TV Movie
1956 The Tamer Tamed Bianca TV Movie
1957 Romantic Chapter Isabel TV Movie
1957 A Time of Day Ruth Calthorpe
1959 Model for Murder Hospital Sister
1959 The Hill Maude TV Movie
1959 Probation Officer Eva Grantham
1956–1959 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre Mrs. Kirkley / Connie Ewing
1959 Interpol Calling Amy
1960 Danger Tomorrow Helen
1960 <i>Inside Story</i> Julie Wilson
1960 ITV Television Playhouse Mrs. Sybil Leighton
1960 On Trial Rebecca Jarrett
1960 Maigret Dr. Lucile Decaux
1961 Theatre 70 Joan Penrose
1957–1961 Armchair Theatre Mother / Probation Officer / Sister Taylor / Miss Klegg
1960–1961 BBC Sunday-Night Play Peggy Dobson / Sophie Vauquin
1961 Boyd Q.C. Hilda Venning
1962 Compact Jessica Gilchrist
1965 The Flying Swan Leonora Croft
1966 The Wednesday Play Miss Hart
1968 Dixon of Dock Green Eleanor King / Eleanor Smith
1985 Out of Africa Lady Byrne (final film role)

References

  1. ^ "Annabel Maule | Theatricalia". theatricalia.com.
  2. ^ "Annabel Maule". BFI.
  3. ^ "Annabel Maule | Movies and Filmography". AllMovie.
  4. ^ "Annabel Maule". National Portrait Gallery, London. Retrieved 8 June 2020.
  5. ^ Who's Who in the Theatre, Volume 15 (1972), pg. 1163
  6. ^ Theatre Near the Equator: The Donovan Maule Story

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