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Colin with Tommy Trinder during the making of Communal Kitchen: Eating Out With Tommy Trinder for the Ministry of Information in 1941
Colin with Tommy Trinder during the making of Communal Kitchen: Eating Out With Tommy Trinder for the Ministry of Information in 1941

Jean Colin (24 March 1905 – 7 March 1989) was an English actress. She began her career on stage in pantomime, musical theatre and operettas.[1] She appeared in several films beginning in the 1930s.

Colin was born in Brighton, Sussex and died in London. In her later years, she lived in a flat near Marble Arch in central London.[citation needed]


Her stage debut was in 1923 in Brighton when Mary Lynn, niece of Ralph Lynn, persuaded her to work up a dancing act with her. Her big chance came when she was given the part originally meant for June in The Five O'Clock Girl. The Hate Ship was her first film.[citation needed]

Selected filmography


  1. ^ Jean Colin profile Archived 2008-05-17 at the Wayback Machine in The Mikado Technicolor film programme, 1939

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