Brough, Mary (1863–1934)

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Brough, Mary (1863–1934)

English stage actress. Born April 16, 1863, in London, England; died Sept 30, 1934, in London; dau. of Margaret (Simpson) Brough and Lionel Brough; cousin of Fanny Whiteside Brough (actress).

Specializing in comedy, made stage debut in Brighton in Nine Points of the Law (1881); made London debut in She Stoops to Conquer (1881); subsequent appearances include What the Public Wants, The Brass Bottle, The Prodigal Son, Mr. Wu, Double Dutch, Summertime, Fantasia, Pollyanna, and as Peggoty in David Copperfield; made film debut in Beauty and the Barge, followed by A Sister to Assist 'Er, Mr. Pickwick, Lily of the Alley, Rookery Nook, On Approval, Plunder and A Night Like This.

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