Megs Jenkins

Actor
Born: 04/20/1917 in Cheshire, England, GB

Filmography

Actor (23)

Turn of the Screw 1973 - 1974 (TV Show)

Actor

Asylum 1971 (Movie)

Miss Higgins (Actor)

David Copperfield 1969 - 1970 (TV Show)

Actor

Oliver! 1968 (Movie)

Mrs Bedwin (Actor)

The Smashing Bird I Used to Know 1968 (Movie)

Matron (Actor)

Bunny Lake Is Missing 1964 (Movie)

Sister (Actor)

Macbeth 1960 - 1961 (TV Show)

Actor

The Innocents 1961 (Movie)

Mrs Grose (Actor)

Jet Storm 1959 (Movie)

Rose Brock (Actor)

Indiscreet 1958 (Movie)

Doris Banks (Actor)

Tiger Bay 1958 (Movie)

Mrs Philips (Actor)

The Story of Esther Costello 1957 (Movie)

Nurse Evans (Actor)

The Passionate Stranger 1956 (Movie)

Millie (Actor)

Trouble in Store 1954 (Movie)

Miss Gibson (Actor)

The History of Mr. Polly 1948 (Movie)

Plump Woman (Actor)

A Woman of Substance (TV Show)

Actor

Green for Danger (Movie)

Nurse Woods (Actor)

It's in the Bag (Movie)

Peach St. Clair (Actor)

Ivanhoe (Movie)

Servant to Isaac (Actor)

Jane Eyre (TV Show)

Actor

Saraband for Dead Lovers (Movie)

Frau Busche (Actor)

The Cruel Sea (Movie)

Glad Tallow (Actor)

The Monkey's Paw (Movie)

Mrs. Trelawne (Actor)

Relationships

George Routledge

Husband
married in 1943 divorced in 1959

EDUCATION

School of Dancing and Dramatic Art

Liverpool

Milestones

1984

Appeared in the syndicated miniseries "A Woman of Substance"

1974

Starred in the ABC miniseries "Turn of the Screw"

1973

Appeared in a BBC production of "Jane Eyre", broadcast on PBS in the US in 1982

1972

Appeared in the Peter Cushing horror vehicle "Asylum"

1969

Appeared in NBC's adaptation of "David Copperfield"

1968

Played a maid in the musical adaptation "Oliver!"

1965

Played a nurse in the zany mystery "Bunny Lake Is Missing"

1958

Played Ingrid Bergman's housekeeper in "Indiscreet"

1956

Won the prestigious Clarence Derwent Award for her performance in Arthur Miller's "View from the Bridge"

1954

Acted in the title role of a London stage production of Pinero's "School Mistress"

1951

Played a mentally unstable mother in Tennessee Williams' "Summer and Smoke" for the London stage

1944

Portrayed the mother of a possible messiah in "The Wind of Heaven"

1940

Gave a critically acclaimed performance in Emlyn Williams' play "Light of Heart"

1937

Moved to London

1933

Took her first professional role, playing a German hausfrau in the Liverpool Repertory Company's production of "The Lift That Failed"

During World War II, appeared in several patriotic movies designed to support the war effort, including "Millions Like Us"(1943)

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