Beryl Baxter

Beryl Baxter (born 8 April 1926) is a British film actress whose career spanned from the 1940s to the 1970s.[1]

Beryl Baxter
Born
Beryl M. Ivory

(1926-04-08) 8 April 1926
OccupationActress
Years active1948-1971
Spouse(s)Bernard A. Gross (1952–19??)

Early and personal life

Beryl Ivory was born in Birmingham, England on 8 April 1926. Adopting the stage name Beryl Baxter, she supported hopes of becoming the new Margaret Lockwood.[2] She made her film debut in 1948 as a leading role in The Idol of Paris.[3] She married Bernard Gross in 1952.[2]

Filmography

  • The Idol of Paris – Theresa (1948)
  • Sherlock Holmes: The Man Who Disappeared – Doreen (1951)
  • Counterspy – (uncredited; 1953)
  • The Mayerling Affair – Princess Stephanie (1956)
  • Encounter (TV series) – Pamela Brooks (one episode: "Depth 300"; 1958)
  • Charles Tupper: The Big Man – (1961)
  • The Avengers (TV series) – Helen Rayner (one episode: "The Outside-In Man"; 1964)
  • The Protectors – Miss. Nicholson (one episode: "The Stamp Collection"; 1964)
  • Undermind (TV series) – Veronica (one episode: "End Signal"; 1965)
  • Love Story (TV series) – Ivy Burns (one episode: "The Sad Smile of the Mona Lisa"; 1965)
  • Thirteen Against Fate – Madame Fabien (one episode, entitled 'The Son') (1966)
  • Detective (TV Series) – Mrs. Stephenson (one episode, entitled 'The Public School Murder') (1969)
  • Crime of Passion (TV series) – Mme. Juhan (episode: "Magdalena"; 1971)

References

  1. Profile, imdb.com; accessed 10 October 2014.
  2. Profile Archived 2015-09-23 at the Wayback Machine, Britmovie.com; accessed 10 October 2014.
  3. "Beryl Baxter". BFI.


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