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Iris Vandeleur

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Iris Vandeleur
Born11 January 1882
Died27 June 1969 (aged 87)
Years active1938-1961 (film & TV)

Iris Vandeleur (1884–1969) was a British stage and film actress.[1][2][3] In 1951 she appeared in the BBC television series Sherlock Holmes as Mrs. Hudson, the landlady.[4]

In the West End she appeared in 1939 in Ian Hay's comedy Little Ladyship.[5]


Year Title Role Notes
1938 They Drive by Night Flower Seller Uncredited
1941 Love on the Dole Mrs. Nattle
1941 Old Mother Riley's Circus Landlady
1941 The Common Touch Alice Uncredited
1942 Gert and Daisy's Weekend Ma Butler
1942 Gert and Daisy Clean Up Ma Butler
1942 Rose of Tralee Mrs. Crawley
1945 Home Sweet Home Mrs. Jones Uncredited
1947 The Silver Darlings Kirsty
1947 Fame Is the Spur Woman Who Opens Front Door Uncredited
1948 Daughter of Darkness Mrs. Smithers
1948 Good-Time Girl Lodger
1949 The Spider and the Fly Cleaning Woman Uncredited
1952 Emergency Call Mrs. Flint
1955 The Love Match Mrs. Entwhistle
1955 Track the Man Down Mrs. Dawson Uncredited
1958 The Supreme Secret Grandma
1960 Trouble with Eve Mrs. Biddle


  1. ^ "Iris Vandeleur | Theatricalia".
  2. ^ Murphy, Robert (2005). British Cinema and the Second World War. A&C Black. p. 283. ISBN 978-0-8264-7897-9. Retrieved 6 March 2020.
  3. ^ "Iris Vandeleur". BFI. Archived from the original on 18 September 2018.
  4. ^ "The Empty House". 20 October 1951. p. 51 – via BBC Genome.
  5. ^ Wearing, J. P. (15 May 2014). The London Stage 1930-1939: A Calendar of Productions, Performers, and Personnel. Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 9780810893047 – via Google Books.

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