Cordell, Cathleen (1915–1997)

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Cordell, Cathleen (1915–1997)

American stage and screen actress. Born May 21, 1915, in Brooklyn, NY; died Aug 19, 1997, in Los Angeles, California; trained at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Began career as a juvenile lead in It's You I Want at Weston-super-Mare, England (1933); made London debut in Inside the Room (1934), followed by Arms and the Man and Design for Living; made Broadway debut in Maurice Evans' Richard II (1937), followed by Love of a Woman, Golden Wings, Yesterday's Magic, Sheppey, While the Sun Shines and The Linden Tree, among others; made film debut (1938) and was often featured in tv episodes.

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