Helen Goss

Helen Goss (1903–1985) was a British stage, television and film actress.[1][2] She was also a drama teacher and for a period was responsible for admissions to the Rank Charm School.[3]

Helen Goss
1936 Spotlight photo
Born15 October 1903
DiedAugust 1985 (aged 81)
Other namesHelen Margaret Goss
Years active1928–1970


Year Title Role Notes
1932Bachelor's BabyMinor RoleUncredited
1934Important PeopleBeryl Cardew
1936Hail and FarewellUncredited
1937The Reverse Be My LotHelen
1943Dear OctopusUncredited
1944Fanny by GaslightPollyUncredited
1945A Place of One's OwnBarmaid
1945They Were SistersWebster
1945The Wicked LadyMistress Betsy
1945Pink String and Sealing WaxMaudie
1947The Mark of CainLizzie Burt
1948My Sister and IMrs. Pomfret
1948The Weaker SexUncredited
1949Trottie TrueMrs. BellaireUncredited
1950Stage FrightMiss TippettUncredited
1950The Woman in QuestionNeighbourUncredited
1950The Clouded YellowWoman ShopkeeperUncredited
1951Cheer the Brave
1951Honeymoon DeferredMinor Role
1951Appointment with VenusProvost's Wife
1952Something Money Can't BuyMrs. Lindstrom
1952The Planter's WifeEleanor BushellUncredited
1952The Pickwick PapersUncredited
1953The Sword and the RosePrincess Claude
1954The Stranger's HandMinor RoleUncredited
1954Dance, Little LadyNeighbour
1955Three Cornered Fate
1957Action of the TigerFarmer's Wife
1958Gideon's DayWoman EmployerUncredited
1958Carry On SergeantMary's MumUncredited
1958The Solitary Child
1959The Hound of the BaskervillesMrs. Barrymore
1960Moment of DangerLady MiddleburghUncredited
1960The Two Faces of Dr. JekyllNannyUncredited
1965The UncleHelen
1966The Spy with a Cold NoseLady In LiftUncredited
1967Half a SixpenceDowager
1970Jane EyreLady LynnTV movie


  1. "Helen Goss - Theatricalia". theatricalia.com.
  2. "Helen Goss".
  3. McFarlane, Brian (16 May 2016). "The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition". Oxford University Press via Google Books.

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