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Irene Browne net worth & biography:Irene Browne (29 June 1896 – 24 July 1965) was an English stage and film actress and singer who appeared in plays and musicals such as No, No, Nanette. Later in her career, she became particularly associated with the works of Noël Coward and acted in films. Wikipedia
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|The Wrong Arm of the Law||1963||Dowager|
|Probation Officer||1962||TV Series||Mrs. Bostock|
|Thirty Minute Theatre||1962||TV Series||Mrs. Lodge|
|ITV Television Playhouse||1955-1961||TV Series||Lady Damaris / Mrs. Peters|
|Serious Charge||1959||Mrs. Phillips|
|ITV Play of the Week||1956-1958||TV Series||The Mum / Mrs. Whitefield / Philippa Blessington / ...|
|Rooney||1958||Mrs. Manning ffrench|
|All at Sea||1957||Mrs. Barrington|
|Rheingold Theatre||1956||TV Series||Agnes|
|I'll Never Forget You||1951||Lady Anne Pettigrew|
|The Gay Lady||1949||Duchess (uncredited)|
|A House in the Square||1949||TV Movie||Lady Mountstephan|
|The Bad Lord Byron||1949||Lady Melbourne|
|Quartet||1948||Lady Bland (segment "The Alien Corn")|
|The Red Shoes||1948||Lady Neston|
|Meet Me at Dawn||1947||Mme. Renault|
|The Remarkable Mr. Kipps||1941||Mrs. Bindon-Botting|
|The Prime Minister||1941||Lady Londonderry|
|Pygmalion||1938||Duchess (as Irene Brown)|
|The Amateur Gentleman||1936||Lady Huntstanton|
|Berkeley Square||1933||Lady Ann Pettigrew|
|My Lips Betray||1933||Queen Mother Therese|
|Peg o' My Heart||1933||Mrs. Chichester|
|Christopher Strong||1933||Carrie Valentine|
|The Letter||1929||Mrs. Joyce (as Irene Brown)|
|After Many Days||1919||Connie|
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|1||Although she played Colin Keith-Johnston, Valerie Taylor and Heather Angel's mother in Berkeley Square (1933), she was only three months older than Keith-Johnston, six years older than Taylor and twelve years older than Angel in real life.|
|2||She played Lady Ann(e) Pettigrew in both Berkeley Square (1933) and its remake I'll Never Forget You (1951).|
|3||British-born leading actress with long stage experience, beginning in 1910 with 'Robert Macaire'. Appeared in the West End production of 'No,No Nanette' (1925), followed by Noel Coward's 'Cavalcade'. She was also in the Hollywood screen version of 'Cavalcade' (1933), but was subsequently relegated to supporting roles and eventually returned to the London stage.|
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