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Coral Browne Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jul 23, 1913
  • Died: May 29, 1991

An established British stage comedienne, Coral Brown began making film appearances in 1936. She is best remembered for her all-stops-out portrayal of perpetually soused actress Vera Charles in [[Feature~V3307~Auntie Mame~auntiemame]] (1958) and of blinkered dowager Lady Claire Gurney in [[Feature~V42294~The Ruling Class~therulingclass]] (1972). Later assignments included the 1983 TV movie [[Feature~V15877~An Englishman Abroad~anenglishmanabroad]], which dramatized the chance meeting in the 1930s between Ms. Browne and British turncoat Guy Burgess, and [[Feature~V14762~Dreamchild~dreamchild]] (1985), in which she played the octogenarian inspiration for Lewis Carroll's "Alice." Coral Browne's second husband was actor Vincent Price, whom she met when Price "killed" her in 1973's [[Feature~V49344~Theatre of Blood~theaterofblood]]. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi