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Sybil Grove
Sybil Marian Westmacott

4 October 1891
Died28 September 1957
Other namesSybil Wingrove
Years active1928-1938 (films)

Sybil Grove was an English actress. She was born Sybil Marian Westmacott on 4 October 1891 in Teddington, Middlesex, and was also known as Sybil Wingrove.[1]

With reddish brown hair and standing 5'8",[citation needed] she trained at RADA and her stage debut was in 1927. She had seven years in the UK in straight plays, revues and musical comedies then seven years directing and playing in her own stock company in the Orient. She also worked in the United States.[2] She died in 1957, aged 65, and was interred in Weston Super Mare Crematorium & Cemetery.

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  1. ^ Profile,; accessed 16 January 2016.
  2. ^ "Sybil Grove - Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos - AllMovie". AllMovie.

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