Helen Goss

Helen Goss (15 October 1903 – 1985) was a British stage, television and film actress.[1][2] She was also a drama teacher and for a period was responsible for admissions to the Rank Charm School.[3]

Helen Goss
Actress Helen Goss.jpg
1936 Spotlight photo
Born(1903-10-15)15 October 1903
Died1985 (aged 81–82)
Essex, England
Other namesHelen Margaret Goss
OccupationActress
Years active1928–1970

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1932 Bachelor's Baby Minor Role Uncredited
1934 Important People Beryl Cardew
1936 Hail and Farewell Uncredited
1937 The Reverse Be My Lot Helen
1943 Dear Octopus Uncredited
1944 Fanny by Gaslight Polly Uncredited
1945 A Place of One's Own Barmaid
1945 They Were Sisters Webster
1945 The Wicked Lady Mistress Betsy
1945 Pink String and Sealing Wax Maudie
1947 The Mark of Cain Lizzie Burt
1948 My Sister and I Mrs. Pomfret
1948 The Weaker Sex Uncredited
1949 Trottie True Mrs. Bellaire Uncredited
1950 Stage Fright Miss Tippett Uncredited
1950 The Woman in Question Neighbour Uncredited
1950 The Clouded Yellow Woman Shopkeeper Uncredited
1951 Blackmailed Matron
1951 Cheer the Brave
1951 Honeymoon Deferred Minor Role
1951 Appointment with Venus Provost's Wife
1952 Something Money Can't Buy Mrs. Lindstrom
1952 The Planter's Wife Eleanor Bushell Uncredited
1952 The Pickwick Papers Uncredited
1953 The Sword and the Rose Princess Claude
1954 The Stranger's Hand Minor Role Uncredited
1954 Dance, Little Lady Neighbour
1955 Three Cornered Fate
1957 Action of the Tiger Farmer's Wife
1958 Gideon's Day Woman Employer Uncredited
1958 Carry On Sergeant Mary's Mum Uncredited
1958 The Solitary Child
1959 The Hound of the Baskervilles Mrs. Barrymore
1960 Moment of Danger Lady Middleburgh Uncredited
1960 The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll Nanny Uncredited
1965 The Uncle Helen
1966 The Spy with a Cold Nose Lady In Lift Uncredited
1967 Half a Sixpence Dowager
1970 Jane Eyre Lady Lynn TV movie

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Helen Goss - Theatricalia". theatricalia.com.
  2. ^ "Helen Goss". Archived from the original on 2009-01-16.
  3. ^ McFarlane, Brian (16 May 2016). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9781526111968 – via Google Books.

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