Doris Lloyd

Doris Lloyd
Doris Lloyd
Doris Lloyd
Doris Lloyd

Doris Lloyd, was born in Walton Liverpool in 1896.   She began her acting career on Broadway in 1925 and began making movies in 1929.   She became a well known character actress.   Her movies include “Tarzan, The Ape man” in 1932, “Back Street”, “The Letter”, “Shining Victory”, “Midnight Lace” and later “Rosie” and “The Sound of Music”.   She died in California in 1968.

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Doris Lloyd was born on July 3, 1896 in Liverpool, England as Hessy Doris Lloyd. She was an actress, known for The Sound of Music (1965), Alice in Wonderland (1951) and The Time Machine (1960). She died on May 21, 1968 in Santa Barbara, California, USA.   British stage actress who came to Hollywood in 1925 and stayed playing domestic and/or dowager support roles in costumers.   Was a very popular radio & television actress, appearing in over 150 movies.   Versatile character actress, who first appeared on stage with the Liverpool Repertory Theatre Company in 1914. Intended to merely visit her sister in the United States, but ended up settling down in California. Her lengthy movie career began in 1925 and included countless small parts as (British) charwomen, landladies and, occasionally, society matrons. Notable as a spy in ‘Disraeli’ (1929) and Nancy Sykes in the Monogram version of ‘Oliver Twist’ (1933). On Broadway in ‘An Inspector Calls’ (1947-1948,as Sybil Birling).


  • Simon Gibb

    Do you have a spare signature from Doris Lloyd as am looking to put together a Sound of Music montage for my wife birthday and need her signature .
    I also need Ben Wright and Gil Stuart if by chance you have any of their signatures .
    Many thanks

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