Cherry, Helen (1915–2001)
Cherry, Helen (1915–2001)
English actress. Born Nov 24, 1915, in Manchester, England; died Sept 27, 2001, in London; m. Trevor Howard (actor), 1944 (died 1988).
Originally employed as a commercial artist, made stage debut in Manchester in The Vagabond King (1938); made London debut in In Town Again (1940), followed by The Recruiting Officer, Volpone, The Magistrate, The Two Mrs. Carrolls, Fit for Heroes, The Glass Slipper and Bates Wharf; often appeared in Shakespearean productions in such parts as Helena in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Portia in The Merchant of Venice and Rosalind in As You Like It; made film debut in The Courtney Affair (1947), followed by The Courtneys of Curzon Street, His Excellency, Castle in the Air, High Flight, The Charge of the Light Brigade, Conduct Unbecoming and A Gathering of Eagles, among others.
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