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Irene Worth

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Irene Worth, Honorary CBE (June 23, 1916 - March 9, 2002) was an American stage and screen actress who became one of the leading stars of the English and American theatre. She pronounced her given name with three syllables -- "I-REE-nee" -- and other actors are heard to use this pronunciation when referring to her at the Tony Awards ceremony and other public occasions. Description above from the Wikipedia article Irene Worth, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Jun 23, 1916 In Fairbury, Nebraska
Movie/TV Credits:
14
First Appeared:
In the movie Secret People 1952-01-01
Latest Project:
Series Last Exile 2003-04-07
Known For
Poster of Happy Days
Poster of The Displaced Person
Poster of Nicholas and Alexandra
Poster of King Lear
Filmography
Series Last Exile Mrs. Sokolow 2003-04-07
Movie Just the Ticket Mrs. Haywood 1999-02-26
Movie Lost in Yonkers Grandma Kurnitz 1993-05-14
Movie The Shell Seekers Dolly Keeling 1989-12-03
Movie Fast Forward Ida Sabol 1985-02-15
Movie The Tragedy of Coriolanus Volumnia 1984-03-26
Movie Happy Days Winnie 1980-06-25
Movie The Displaced Person Mrs. McIntyre 1977-04-12
Movie King Lear Goneril 1971-02-04
Movie Nicholas and Alexandra The Queen Mother Marie Fedorovna 1971-11-29
Series Kråkguldet Helga ten Dorp 1969-11-29
Movie To Die in Madrid Co-Narrator (English version) (voice) 1963-04-18
Movie The Scapegoat Francoise 1959-08-06
Movie Secret People Miss Jackson 1952-01-01