Eily Malyon

  • Born on
    • October 30th, 1879
  • Died on
    • September 26th, 1961
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eily Malyon (born Eily Sophie Lees-Craston, 30 October 1879 – 26 September 1961) was an English character actress in the 1930s and 1940s. Malyon was born in London in 1879. Her mother, Agnes Thomas, was also an actress. Malyon specialised in playing stern schoolteachers, maids, nurses, nuns, governesses and spinsters, usually in melodramas, historical dramas and thrillers.


Acting (35 Credits)

1946She-Wolf of London as Hannah, the Housekeeper
1946The Secret Heart as Miss Hunter
1946Devotion as Mrs. Thornton's Friend at the Ball
1945Son of Lassie as Washwoman
1944Going My Way as Mrs. Carmody
1944The Seventh Cross as Fraulein Bachmann
1943Shadow of a Doubt as Mrs. Cochran - Librarian (uncredited)
1943Jane Eyre as Mrs. Skatcher
1943Above Suspicion as Walmer Hotel Proprietess (Uncredited)
1942The Undying Monster as Mrs. Walton (uncredited)
1942I Married a Witch as Tabitha Wooley (uncredited)
1941Man Hunt as Postmistress
1940Young Tom Edison as Miss Lavina Howard, School Teacher
1940Foreign Correspondent as College Arms Hotel Cashier (uncredited)
1939On Borrowed Time as Demetria Riffle
1939The Hound of the Baskervilles as Mrs. Barryman
1939The Little Princess as Cook
1939Confessions of a Nazi Spy as Mrs. McLaughlin
1938The Young in Heart as Sarah
1938Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm as Mrs. Turner
1937Night Must Fall as Nurse
1937Another Dawn as Mrs. Farnold
1937Parnell as Irish Woman with Dead Child (uncredited)
1936Dracula's Daughter as Miss Peabody
1936The Devil-Doll as Laundry Supervisor
1936Camille as Therese the Maid in Country House (uncredited)
1936Anthony Adverse as Mother Superior
1936Little Lord Fauntleroy as Landlady
1935Romance in Manhattan as Miss Evans
1935A Tale of Two Cities as Mrs. Cruncher
1935Les Misérables as Mother Superior
1934The Little Minister as Evalina
1934Forsaking All Others as Mrs. Gordon (Uncredited)
1933Today We Live as Wendy, the Maid (uncredited)
1932Rasputin and the Empress as Woman Yelling 'Blessed Among Women!' (uncredited)

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