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Hermione Baddeley
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Actress
    (November 13, 1906-August 19, 1986)
    Born in Broseley, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom
    Birth name was Hermione Clinton-Baddeley
    Portrayed Nell Naugatuck on Maude (1974-77) and Kezia Horn on Little House on the Prairie (1977-79)
    Appeared in the films 'Brighton Rock' (1947), 'Scrooge' (1951), 'The Pickwick Papers' (1952), 'The Belles of St. Trinian's' (1954), 'Room at the Top' (1959), 'Midnight Lace' (1960), 'Mary Poppins' (1964), 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown' (1964), 'The Aristocats' (voice only, 1970) and 'The Secret of NIMH' (voice only, 1982)
    Appeared on Broadway in 'A Taste of Honey' (1960-61), 'The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore' (1963), 'Canterbury Tales' (1969) and 'Whodunnit' (1982-83)
    Appeared on the West End in 'Punch Bowl' (1924), 'On with the Dance' (1925), 'Five O'Clock Girl' (1929), 'Ballyhoo' (1932), 'Floodlight' (1937), 'Nine Sharp' (1938), 'The Little Revue' (1939), 'Rise Above It' (1941), 'The Gaieties' (1945), 'A la Carte' (1948), 'At the Lyric' (1953) and 'The Three Penny Opera' (1972)
    She was an hour late to her first wedding.
    She admitted that she never loved her second husband.
    She had a long-term affair with actor Laurence Harvey and said, 'After you've lived with Laurence Harvey, nothing in life is ever really too awful again.'
    She dedicated her autobiography to her dog.
    At 2 minutes 20 seconds of screen time, her role in 'Room at the Top' was the shortest performance to be nominated for an Oscar.
    After an argument, Laurence Harvey tried to run her over with his car.
    She entertained the troops abroad during WWII.
    Her acting was admired by playwrights George Bernard Shaw, Noel Coward and Tennessee Williams.
    She was nominated for an Oscar for 'Room at the Top' and a Tony for 'The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore' and won a Golden Globe for 'Maude.'
    She said that theater was her 'greatest love,' but 'films and television were the providers of the little luxuries of life.'

Credit: C. Fishel


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