Bron, Eleanor (1934–)

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Bron, Eleanor (1934–)

English stage, tv, and screen actress and writer. Born Mar 14, 1934, in Stanmore, Middlesex, England.

Began career witih The Establishment revue in London (1962); made film debut in Help! (1965), followed by Alfie, Two for the Road, Bedazzled, Women in Love, The National Health, Monty Python Meets beyond the Fringe, Little Dorrit, Black Beauty, A Little Princess, The House of Mirth and Iris; appeared on the miniseries Vanity Fair (1998), and co-wrote, with John Fortune, such tv series as "Beyond a Joke," "Where was Spring?" and "Romance: Emily."

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