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Jill Bennett

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Jill Bennett (24 December 1931 – 4 October 1990) was a British actress, and the fourth wife of playwright John Osborne. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jill Bennett,  licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Dec 24, 1931 In Penang, Federated Malay States
Movie/TV Credits:
32
First Appeared:
In the movie The Long Dark Hall 1951-02-06
Latest Project:
Movie Tranny McGuyver 2008-07-16
Known For
Poster of Almost a Vision
Poster of Inadmissible Evidence
Poster of ABC Stage 67
Poster of Play of the Month
Filmography
Movie Tranny McGuyver Brenda the Hooker 2008-07-16
Movie In Her Line of Fire Sharon Serrano 2006-04-21
Series Poor Little Rich Girls 2004-05-25
Movie The Sheltering Sky Mrs Lyle 1990-10-24
Movie Hawks Vivian Bancroft 1988-08-05
Movie Paradise Postponed Lady Grace Fanner 1986-06-15
Series Paradise Postponed Lady Grace Fanner 1986-09-15
Movie The Aerodrome Eustasia 1983-12-13
Movie Britannia Hospital Dr. MacMillan 1982-05-27
Movie For Your Eyes Only Jacoba Brink 1981-06-23
Movie Country 1981-10-20
Series Orient-Express Jane Belloc 1979-11-10
Movie Full Circle Lily Lofting 1978-04-01
Movie Almost a Vision 1976-01-02
Movie Mr. Quilp Sally Brass 1975-11-07
Movie Ms or Jill and Jack 1974-01-02
Movie I Want What I Want Margaret 1972-02-25
Movie The Hotel in Amsterdam 1971-01-02
Movie Inadmissible Evidence 1968-01-01
Movie The Charge of the Light Brigade Mrs. Fanny Duberly 1968-04-10
Series ABC Stage 67 Unknown 1966-09-14
Movie The Nanny Aunt Pen 1965-10-07
Movie The Skull Jane Maitland 1965-08-25
Series Play of the Month Unknown 1965-10-19
Movie A Choice of Coward: Design for Living Gilda 1964-08-31
Movie The Criminal Maggie 1960-09-13
Movie The Extra Day Susan 1956-01-01
Movie The Anatomist Mary Belle 1956-02-06
Movie Lust for Life Willemien 1956-09-15
Movie Aunt Clara Julie Mason 1954-11-22
Movie The Pleasure Garden 1953-10-16
Movie The Long Dark Hall 1st Murdered Girl 1951-02-06