Boulter, Rosalyn (1916–1997)
Boulter, Rosalyn (1916–1997)
English stage and screen actress. Born Feb 1, 1916, in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England; died Mar 6, 1997, in Santa Barbara, California; m. Stanley Haynes (div.); m. William Sistrom (British film producer), Aug 8, 1952 (died 1972); children: Carol Haynes Johnson.
Made stage debut as Lady Clive in Clive of India (1935), followed by Our Own Lives, Children to Bless You, Number Six and Dear Murderer, among others; starred with Barry Morse in The Assassin (1945); made Broadway debut as the ingenue lead Frankie in George and Martha; films include Love at Sea, Holiday's End, The First of the Few (aka Spitfire), The Gentle Sex, Rhythm Serenade (with Vera Lynn) and The Day They Gave Babies Away; was the foil for George Formby in film George in Civvy Street (1946); at time of 2nd marriage, moved to Arizona and worked with the Phoenix Little Theater.
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