Constance Shotter

Constance Ada Shotter (5 October 1911 - 1989) was a British actress who appeared in several films in the 1930s.

Shotter was born in London, the daughter of Frederick Ernest and Harriet Payne Shotter.[1] She was the sister of actress Winifred Shotter. By 1926 she was a chorus dancer, appearing in The Midnight Follies a Dinner, Dancing and Review by A. P. Herbert, choreographed by Penelope Spencer.[2] Like her sister she moved from the chorus line and appeared in a series of British films in the 1930s.[3]

Shotter married firstly Adney Gibbons, son of Sir Walter Gibbons, in 1928. She married secondly Sir Charles Stuart Taylor Member of Parliament for Eastbourne on 20 May 1936. They had three sons and a daughter.[1]

Selected filmography


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