Ann Todd

Ann Todd

  • Born on
    • January 24th, 1909
  • Died on
    • May 6th, 1993
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dorothy Anne Todd (24 January 1907, Hartford, Cheshire – 6 May 1993, London) was an English actress and producer. She was born in Hartford, Cheshire and was educated at St. Winifrid's School, Eastbourne. She became a popular actress from appearing in such films as Perfect Strangers (1945) (as a nurse) and The Seventh Veil (1945) (as a troubled concert pianist). She is perhaps best known to American audiences as Gregory Peck's long-suffering wife in Alfred Hitchcock's The Paradine Case (1947). She later produced a series of travel films. Her autobiography is entitled The Eighth Veil, an allusion to the film which made her a star in Britain. Todd was known as the "pocket Garbo" for her diminutive, blond beauty. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ann Todd, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Acting (11 Credits)

1979The Human Factor as Castle's Mother
1961Scream of Fear as Jane Appleby
1957Time Without Pity as Honor Stanford
1952The Sound Barrier as Susan Garthwaite
1950Madeleine as Madeleine Hamilton Smith
1949The Passionate Friends as Mary Justin
1948So Evil My Love as Olivia Harwood
1947The Paradine Case as Gay Keane
1945The Seventh Veil as Francesca Cunningham
1945Vacation from Marriage as Elena
1936Things to Come as Mary Gordon


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