Elliott Mason

Elliott Mason (1888 – 20 June 1949) was a British stage and film actress. She was sometimes credited as Elliot Mason

Elliott Mason
in The Gentle Sex (1943)
Born1888
Died20 June 1949
Lingfield, Surrey, England
United Kingdom
Other namesEliot Mason
Elliot Mason
OccupationActress
Years active1935–1946 (film)

After making her screen debut in the 1935 comedy The Ghost Goes West, Mason appeared regularly in supporting roles for the next decade. She worked on several films made at Ealing Studios including The Ghost of St. Michael's, where her respectable-seeming character turns out to be a German spy, and Turned Out Nice Again in which she plays a domineering mother-in-law.[1] Her final appearance was in the 1946 prisoner-of-war drama The Captive Heart.

Filmography

References

  1. Barr p.192

Bibliography

  • Barr, Charles. Ealing Studios. University of California Press, 1998.


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