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Everest, Barbara Biography




biography of Everest, Barbara

Barbara Mary Everest
19 June 1890, Southfields, London, England, UK
9 February 1968, London, England, UK
5' 6 1/2"


-   (1928) She acted at the Old Vic Season in London, England with Ernest Milton, Jean Forbes-Robertson, Eric Portman, Percy Walsh, Andrew Leigh (director), and John Garside in the cast.

-   (1928) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Ernest Milton, Percy Walsh, and Jean Forbes-Robertson in the cast. Andrew Leigh was director.

-   (1928) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Two Noble Kinsmen," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Ernest Milton and Eric Portman in the cast. Andrew Leigh was director.

-   (1928) She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Ernest Milton, Eric Portman, and Jean Forbes-Robertson in the cast. Andrew Leigh was director.

-   (April 23, 1928) She acted in the "Shakespeare Birthday Festival," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Ernest Milton, Sir Ben Greet, Frank Vosper, Ion Swinley, Jean Forbes-Robertson, Baliol Holloway, Eric Portman, Andrew Leigh (director), Russell Thorndike, and Dame Edith Evans. Dame Ninette De Valois was choreographer.

-   (1936) She acted in Helen Jerome's stage adaptation of Jane Austen's novel, "Pride and Prejudice," at the St. James's Theatre in London, England with Dame Celia Johnson, Athole Stewart, Hugh Williams, Dorothy Hyson, Sir Anthony Quayle CBE, Viola Lyel, and Eva Moore in the cast. Gilbert Miller was director and Rex Whistler was designer.

-   (1937) She acted in J.B. Priestley's play, "Time and the Conways," at the Duchess Theatre in London, England with Jean Forbes-Robertson, Raymond Huntley, Mervyn Johns, Helen Horsey, Alexander Archdale, Eileen Erskine, Wilfred Babbage, Molly Rankin, Rosemary Scott, and Irene Hentschel in the cast.

-   (1951) She acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Man and Superman," at the New Theatre in London, England with John Clements, Kay Hammond, Allan Cuthbertson, Michael Medwin, Arthur Hill, and Milton Rosmer in the cast.

-   (1952) She acted in Christopher Fry's play, "The Firstborn," at the Winter Garden Theatre in London, England with Alec Clunes, Mark Dignam, Tony Britton, Cyril Luckham, and Dorothy Reynolds in the cast. John Fernald was director. John Hotchkis was musical director.

-   (1952) She acted in William Archibald's stage adaptation of Henry James' novel, "The Innocents," at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Flora Robson, Carol Wolveridge, and Jeremy Spenser in the cast.

-   (April 23, 1929) She acted in "Shakespeare's Birthday Festival," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Ben Greet, Ernest Milton, Frank Vosper, Robert Atkins, Russell Thorndike, Eric Portman, Ion Swinley, Esme Church, Beatrice Wilson, Horace Sequeira, John Laurie, Marie Ney, Hay Petrie, Joan Cross, and Adele Dixon in the cast. Andrew Leigh was director. Ninette De Valois was choreographer.

-   (April 23, 1930) She acted in Shakespeare's Birthday Festival at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud (played Antonio, Richard II, Mr. Hughes, Lady Macbeth, in The Rehearsal, Oberon), Harcourt Williams, Edith Evans, Donald Wolfit, Adele Dixon, Martita Hunt, Esme Church, Beatrice Wilson, Andrew Leigh, Margaret Webster, Gyles Isham, Winifred Oughton, Constance Willis, Brember Wills, Dorothy Massingham, Baliol Holloway, John Laurie, Robert Atkins, and John Garside in the cast. Harcourt Williams was director.

-   (February 27,1936-April 1936) She acted in Helen Jerome's stage adaptation of Jane Austen's novel, "Pride and Prejudice," at the St. James's Theatre in London, England with Celia Johnson, Hugh Williams, Dorothy Hyson, Joan Harben, Athole Stewart, John Teed, Viola Lyel, Anthony Quayle, Lyonel Watts, and Eva Moore in the cast.

-   (1948). Stage Play: The Linden Tree. Written by 'J.B. Priestley' (qv). Scenic Design by Peter Wolf. Costume Design by Frank Thompson. Directed by 'George Schaefer (I)' (qv). Music Box Theatre: 2 Mar 1948- 6 Mar 1948 (7 performances). Cast: 'Cathleen Cordell' (qv) (as "Marion Linden"), 'Marilyn Erskine' (qv) (as "Dinah Linden"), 'Barbara Everest' (qv) (as "Mrs. Linden"), 'Halliwell Hobbes' (qv) (as "Rex Linden"), 'Boris Karloff' (qv) (as "Professor Linden"), 'Viola Keats' (qv) (as "Jean Linden"), Mary Kimber (as "Edith Westmore"), 'Noel Leslie' (qv) (as "Alfred Lockhart"), 'Una O'Connor (I)' (qv) (as "Mrs. Cotton"), Emmett Rogers (as "Bernard Fawcett"). Produced by Maurice Evans Productions.

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  1. Christmas Around Atlanta (2012) (TV)
  2. Franchette: Les Intrigues (1969)
  3. Rotten to the Core (1965)
  4. "Z Cars" (1962) {First Foot (#4.17)}
  5. Nurse on Wheels (1963)
  6. The Damned (1963)
  7. The Man Who Finally Died (1963)
  8. Dangerous Afternoon (1961)
  9. El Cid (1961)
  10. "Dixon of Dock Green" (1955) {The Mystery of the Wandering Voice (#7.11)}
  11. Upstairs and Downstairs (1959)
  12. "Heidi" (1959) {Another Grandmother (#1.4)}
  13. "Heidi" (1959) {Happy Ending (#1.6)}
  14. "Sunday's Child" (1959) {Sunday Closing (#1.13)}
  15. "Sunday's Child" (1959) {What Makes the Wheels Go Round (#1.10)}
  16. The Safecracker (1958)
  17. "Armchair Theatre" (1956) {The Lady of Camellias (#2.23)}
  18. "Dixon of Dock Green" (1955) {Flint Rides Again (#5.14)}
  19. "Armchair Theatre" (1956) {Man in a Moon (#2.11)}
  20. "Dixon of Dock Green" (1955) {The Gentle Scratcher (#2.6)}
  21. "ITV Television Playhouse" (1955) {The Old Ladies (#1.16)}
  22. "Jane Eyre" (1956) {(#1.2)}
  23. "Jane Eyre" (1956) {(#1.3)}
  24. "Jane Eyre" (1956) {(#1.4)}
  25. "Jane Eyre" (1956) {(#1.5)}
  26. An Inspector Calls (1954)
  27. "Clementina" (1954) {A Man Needs His Friends (#1.2)}
  28. "Clementina" (1954) {For the Sake of a Throne (#1.1)}
  29. "Clementina" (1954) {The Night of the 27th (#1.3)}
  30. "Clementina" (1954) {The Road to Italy (#1.4)}
  31. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre" (1950) {The Holly and the Ivy (#2.51)}
  32. "Little Women" (1950) {Pleasant Meadows (#1.6)}
  33. "Little Women" (1950) {The Palace Beautiful (#1.3)}
  34. "Little Women" (1950) {The Telegram (#1.4)}
  35. Madeleine (1950)
  36. Tony Draws a Horse (1950)
  37. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre" (1950) {Time and the Conways (I) (#1.47)}
  38. "Little Women" (1950) {A Merry Christmas (#1.1)}
  39. Children of Chance (1949)
  40. Frieda (1947)
  41. Frieda (1946) (TV)
  42. Two Gentlemen of Soho (1946) (TV)
  43. Wanted for Murder (1946)
  44. The Fatal Witness (1945)
  45. The Valley of Decision (1945)
  46. Gaslight (1944)
  47. The Uninvited (1944)
  48. Forever and a Day (1943)
  49. Jane Eyre (1943)
  50. Mission to Moscow (1943)
  51. Phantom of the Opera (1943)
  52. Commandos Strike at Dawn (1942)
  53. He Found a Star (1941)
  54. Telefootlers (1941)
  55. The Patient Vanishes (1941)
  56. The Prime Minister (1941)
  57. Meet Maxwell Archer (1940)
  58. The Second Mr. Bush (1940)
  59. Discoveries (1939)
  60. Inquest (1939)
  61. Ladies in Waiting (1939) (TV)
  62. The Shoemaker's Last (1939) (TV)
  63. The Torchbearers (1939) (TV)
  64. Trunk Crime (1939)
  65. A Hundred Years Old (1938) (TV)
  66. Count Albany (1938) (TV)
  67. Pride and Prejudice (1938) (TV)
  68. The Ascent of F6 (1938) (TV)
  69. The Importance of Being Earnest (1938) (TV)
  70. The Romantic Young Lady (1938) (TV)
  71. Will Shakespeare (1938) (TV)
  72. Death Croons the Blues (1937)
  73. Jump for Glory (1937)
  74. Old Mother Riley (1937)
  75. Love in Exile (1936)
  76. Men of Yesterday (1936)
  77. The Man Behind the Mask (1936)
  78. Royal Cavalcade (1935)
  79. Scrooge (1935)
  80. The Lad (1935)
  81. The Passing of the Third Floor Back (1935)
  82. Passing Shadows (1934)
  83. Song at Eventide (1934)
  84. The River Wolves (1934)
  85. The Warren Case (1934)
  86. Home, Sweet Home (1933)
  87. Love's Old Sweet Song (1933)
  88. She Was Only a Village Maiden (1933)
  89. The Lost Chord (1933)
  90. The Roof (1933)
  91. The Umbrella (1933)
  92. Lily Christine (1932)
  93. The Lodger (1932)
  94. The World, the Flesh, the Devil (1932)
  95. There Goes the Bride (1932)
  96. When London Sleeps (1932)
  97. A Romance of Old Baghdad (1922)
  98. Fox Farm (1922)
  99. The Persistent Lovers (1922)
  100. The Bigamist (1921)
  101. Calvary (1920)
  102. Testimony (1920)
  103. The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol (1920)
  104. Eena Deena Dinah Do (1919)
  105. Not Guilty (1919/I)
  106. The Auction (1919)
  107. The Lady Clare (1919)
  108. The Lodger Who Wasn't Exactly a Paying Guest (1919)
  109. Whosoever Shall Offend (1919)
  110. The Hypocrites (1916)
  111. The Man Without a Soul (1916)

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