Ann Lancaster built quite a career for herself as a vibrant source of comedy, starring in many films throughout her career. Lancaster began her acting career with roles in such films as "The Magic Box" (1951), the Valentina Cortese crime picture "The Secret People" (1952) and "The Secret of My Success" (1965). She also appeared in the comedic drama "Fathom" (1967) with Anthony Franciosa. Her film career continued throughout the sixties in productions like "Hot Millions" (1968) with Peter Ustinov, the dramatic adaptation "Inadmissible Evidence" (1968) with Nicol Williamson and the Barbara Ferris comedy "A Nice Girl Like Me" (1969). Toward the end of her career, she continued to act in the comedy "Carry on Again, Doctor" (1969) with Kenneth Williams and "Till Death Do Us Part" (1969). Lancaster also acted in "The Railway Children."