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Dulcie Gray

Performer
( b. Nov 20, 1915 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA - d. Nov 15, 2011 Middlesex, ENGLAND ) Female
Relations: Wife of Michael Denison (1939 - July 22, 1998) his death

Biography: Dulcie Gray was born Dulcie Winifred Catherine Bailey on November 20, 1915 in Kuala Lumpur, British Malaya. She attended the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, where she met Michael Denison. They married in 1939. She wrote about two dozen murder mysteries, and published an autobiography entitled Looking Forward, Looking Back. Other published works include An Actor and His World, which she published with her husband, and Butterflies on My Mind.
Film/TV Credits: Film credits include: “Two Thousand Women,” “Madonna of the Seven Moons,” “A Place of One’s Own,” “They Were Sisters,” “The Years Between,” “A Voice in the Night,” “A Man About the House,” “Mine Own Executioner,” “My Brother Jonathan,” “The Glass Mountain,” “The Franchise Affair,” “Angels One Five,” and “A Man Could Get Killed.” Television credits include: “Crime Passionel,” “Art and Opportunity,” “A Fish in the Family,” “Rheingold Theatre,” “BBC Sunday-Night Theatre,” “Crown Court,” and “Howards’ Way.”
Trivia:
She shared the stage with her husband on the West End 28 times, and she appeared in five films with him.



ProductionsDate of Productions
An Ideal Husband
[Play, Comedy, Revival]
  • Starring: Dulcie Gray [Lady Markby]
May 01, 1996 - Jan 26, 1997
1996 Theatre World Special Award
winner An Ideal Husband [recipient]
Starring: Dulcie Gray (for Ensemble Performance)
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