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Carla Lehmann
Actress Carla Lehmann.jpg
Born26 February 1917
Died1 December 1990(1990-12-01) (aged 73)
Berkshire, England, United Kingdom
Other namesCarla Hillerns Lehmann
Carla Hillerns Townsend
Alma materRADA
OccupationStage actress
Film actress
Television actress
Years active1938-1952

Carla Lehmann (26 February 1917 – 1 December 1990) was a Canadian-born stage, film and television actress.[1][2]

Career

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada, Lehmann was the youngest of the five children of Dr Julius Lehmann and Elsa Hillerns. She was educated at Riverbend School (now Balmoral Hall), where she edited the school newspaper, and from the age of fifteen appeared at the Little Theatre, Winnipeg. Gaining a place to train for an acting career at RADA in London, she then joined the Croydon Repertory Company for a year before first appearing in the West End.[2] Her stage work included appearances in several Aldwych farces.[2] During the Second World War she starred in war films opposite Stewart Granger and James Mason.[3] She also played in Cottage to Let opposite John Mills and Alistair Sim in 1941.

Lehmann notably played Susan Foster in the film Candlelight in Algeria (1944) and Lady Mary Hannay in the BBC television series The Three Hostages (1952).[3]

Private life

Lehmann spent most of her adult life living in England. In 1941 she married George Anderson McDowell Elliot,[4] a former Royal Marine officer recently commissioned into the Royal Army Service Corps,[5] but they later divorced. In 1947 she married her second husband, John R. Townsend, an insurance broker, in Westminster,[6] and they had three sons, John Anthony (born 1948), Nicholas (born 1949),[3] and Alain (1954).[7] She died in Berkshire in 1990.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1938 Luck of the Navy Uncredited
1939 So This Is London Elinor Draper
1940 Sailors Three Jane
1941 Cottage to Let Helen Barrington
1941 Once a Crook Estelle
1942 Flying Fortress Sydney Kelly
1942 Secret Mission Michèle de Carnot
1942 Talk About Jacqueline Jacqueline Marlow
1944 Candlelight in Algeria Susan Foster
1945 29 Acacia Avenue Fay Jones
1947 Fame Is the Spur Lady Lettice

References

  1. ^ Profile, ftvdb.bfi.org.uk; accessed 12 September 2015.
  2. ^ a b c McFarlane, Brian (16 May 2016). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9781526111975 – via Google Books.
  3. ^ a b c Carla Lehmann: From Winnipeg Little Theatre to London's Stage UPDATE, accessed 3 October 2016
  4. ^ Register of Marriages for Surrey South West, volume 2a, p. 1633.
  5. ^ The London Gazette dated 10 May 1940 (Supplement), p. 2795
  6. ^ Register of Marriages for Westminster, volume 5c, p. 736
  7. ^ Register of Births for Ealing registration district: Jan-Mar 1948, volume 5e, p. 201; July-Sept 1949, volume 5e, p. 152; April–June 1954, volume 5e, p. 151

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