Anna Quayle1932 — 2019 Age: 86 years old
Anne Veronica Maria Quayle (6 October 1932 – 16 August 2019) was educated at the Convent of Jesus and Mary High School, Harlesden. She has appeared on film, on stage and on television. Her film appearances include Smashing Time (1967), a short but memorable scene that she shares with John Lennon in A Hard Day's Night (1964), the German expressionist sequence of Casino Royale (1967) and in the musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968) as Baroness Bomburst. In 1963, Quayle appeared on Broadway in the original production of Stop the World - I Want to Get Off opposite Anthony Newley, for which she won a Tony Award for Best Supporting Musical Actress. Other television work includes the comedy drama Mapp and Lucia, the children's science fiction series The Georgian House and Grange Hill where she played the role of Mrs Monroe from 1990–94. In 1973, she appeared as a regular panellist on the popular BBC2 panel game show What's My Line?
Thursday, October 6, 1932, Birmingham, England, UK
Friday, August 16, 2019
1964 A Hard Day's NightMillie 1966 Drop Dead DarlingAunt Miriam 1966 The Sandwich ManSecond Billingsgate Woman 1967 Casino RoyaleFrau Hoffner 1967 Smashing TimeCharlotte Brillig 1968 Chitty Chitty Bang BangBaroness Bomburst 1972 Up the Chastity BeltLady Ashfodel 1974 Mistress PamelaMrs.Jelks 1975 Three for AllLa Pulle 1976 The Seven-Per-Cent SolutionFreda 1977 Adventures of a Private EyeMedea Dotrice 1978 Adventures of a Plumber's MateLoretta Proudfoot 1978 The Light PrincessMakemnoit 1979 Henry VAlice 1981 Towers of Babel