Person Details

Birthday: 1912-02-13 18:31:35

Death: 2005-04-15 18:31:35

Aliases: No known aliases

Gender: Female

Place of birth: Westminster, London, England

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Movie Involvements: 25

TV Involvements: 8


Most Famous Work

Biography

Margaretta Scott was born on February 13, 1912 in Westminster, London, England as Margaretta Mary Winifred Scott. She was an actress and writer, known for All Creatures Great and Small (1978), Things to Come (1936) and Where's Charley? (1952). She was married to John Wooldridge. She died on April 15, 2005 in Marylebone, London.

Most Famous Work

Tales of the Unexpected
Average
7

Tales of the Unexpected

(1979) Lady Birdwell
Upstairs, Downstairs
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8

Upstairs, Downstairs

(1971) Lady Castleton
Things to Come
Average
7

Things to Come

(1936) Roxana / Rowena
Elizabeth R
Average
8

Elizabeth R

(1971) Catherine de Medici
Crescendo
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5

Crescendo

(1970) Danielle Ryman
Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel
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4

Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel

(1937) Theresa Cobarrus
Les Dossiers de l'Agence O
Average
10

Les Dossiers de l'Agence O

(1968) Mme Pitchard
Sunday Night Theatre
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0

Sunday Night Theatre

(1950) Catherine of Aragon

Acting

Year Character Movie/Tv
1990 Countess of Ardarroch
1988 Lady Wigram
1986 N/A
1981 N/A
1980 Magistrate Ferris
1979 Lady Birdwell
1978 Mrs. Pumphrey
1971 Lady Castleton
Rita's Mother
Catherine de Medici
1970 Danielle Ryman
1968 Mme Pitchard
1962 Lady Spencer
N/A
1961 The Queen Mother
1960 N/A
Olivia Geiss, actress
Claudia Caesar
1958 Katharine
1957 Mrs. Marjorie Blundell
1956 Mrs. Cranshaw
N/A
1950 Catherine of Aragon
Olivia Geiss
1949 Mrs Burnaby
Alison Gwynne
1948 Mrs. Barbara Trevellyan
Lady Hartford
Sister 'Johnnie' Johnson
1947 Lady Jersey
1945 Manuela
1944 Alicia
1942 Jane Dighton
1941 Susan Donaldson
Marcia
1940 Judith Bentley
1937 Theresa Cobarrus
Josie Bradford
1936 Isobella d'Este (uncredited)
Roxana / Rowena
1935 Kitty Clive
1934 Leonora Stafford
Pepilla
- N/A
Year Character Movie/Tv

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