Mary Holder

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Mary Holder (1895-1980). Actress on stage and television, director and producer, writer.


She was born in Islington, London and died in Northwood, London in 1980. She lived in South Africa in the 1930s until the 1950s with her husband Jack Bligh.



She appeared on British television as late as 1972.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

Among the plays she produced were Theatre Royal, Ladies in Retirement, Arms and the Man, George Washington Slept Here, The Circle. She appeared on stage in The Wind of Heaven in 1946.

Awards, etc


IMDb [1].

Inskip, 1972.

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