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Adrienne Corri’s height is 5ft 7in (1.70 m)

Adrienne Corri (born 13 November 1931 Glasgow, Scotland) is a British actress.

Adrienne Corri

First Name: Adrienne
Last Name: Corri
Maiden Name: Riccoboni
Birth Full Name: Adrienne Riccoboni
Born: 13 November, 1931
Birthplace: Edinburgh, Scotland
Height: 5ft 7in (1.70 m)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Red
Astrological Sign: Scorpio
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
University: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Occupation: Actress
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Filmography: Sunday Premiere (1987, TV Show), Lovejoy (1986, TV Show), Shades of Darkness (1986, TV Show), Dramarama (1983, TV Show), Love in a Cold Climate (1980, TV Show), The Human Factor (1979), Measure for Measure (1979, TV Movie), Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978), Rosebud (1975), Madhouse (1974), Napoleon and Love (1974, TV Show), Bedtime Stories (1974, TV Show), Vienna 1900 (1973, TV Show), The Fox (1973), Vampire Circus (1972), The Adventurer (1972, TV Show), A Clockwork Orange (1971), Eyeless in Gaza (1971, TV Show), The View from Daniel Pike (1971, TV Show), You’re Only Young Twice (1971, TV Show), A Family at War (1970, TV Show), Play for Today (1970, TV Show), UFO (1970, TV Show), Moon Zero Two (1969), The File of the Golden Goose (1969), Department S (1969, TV Show), ITV Saturday Night Theatre (1969, TV Show), My Partner the Ghost (1969, TV Show), Journey Into Darkness (1968), Journey to the Unknown (1968, TV Show), The Champions (1968, TV Show), Cry Wolf (1968), Gazette (1968, TV Show), Africa: Texas Style (1967), The Viking Queen (1967), Woman Times Seven (1967), ITV Playhouse (1967, TV Show), Mr. Rose (1967, TV Show), The Revenue Men (1967, TV Show), Adam Adamant Lives! (1966, TV Show), The Idiot (1966, TV Show), A Study in Terror (1965), Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965), Doctor Zhivago (1965), Mogul (1965, TV Show), BBC Play of the Month (1965, TV Show), Blackmail (1965, TV Show), Secret Agent (1964, TV Show), Paris 1900 (1964, TV Show), Sword of Lancelot (1963), Doctor Who (1963, TV Show), Zero One (1962, TV Show), The Hellfire Club (1961), Dynamite Jack (1961), The Tell-Tale Heart (1960), Armchair Mystery Theatre (1960, TV Show), BBC Sunday-Night Play (1960, TV Show), Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond (1959, TV Show), Portrait of a Sinner (1959), Epilogue to Capricorn (1959, TV Show), Corridors of Blood (1958), The Invisible Man (1958, TV Show), Ivanhoe (1958, TV Show), William Tell (1958, TV Show), Dial 999 (1958, TV Show), White Hunter (1958, TV Show), The Highwayman (1958, TV Movie), Sword of Freedom (1957, TV Show), The New Adventures of Charlie Chan (1957, TV Show), The Big Chance (1957), Second Fiddle (1957), The Surgeon’s Knife (1957), Three Men in a Boat (1956), Armchair Theatre (1956, TV Show), Colonel March of Scotland Yard (1956, TV Show), The Buccaneers (1956, TV Show), The Count of Monte Cristo (1956, TV Show), Behind the Headlines (1956), The Anatomist (1956, TV Movie), The Gentle Touch (1956), Assignment Foreign Legion (1956, TV Show), Opportunity Murder (1956, TV Show), The Shield of Faith (1956), ITV Play of the Week (1955, TV Show), ITV Television Playhouse (1955, TV Show), Devil Girl from Mars (1954), The Vise (1954, TV Show), Lease of Life (1954), Make Me an Offer (1954), The Three Musketeers (1954, TV Show), Meet Mr. Callaghan (1954), The Little Kidnappers (1953), Rheingold Theatre (1953, TV Show), Quo Vadis (1951), The River (1951), Celanese Theatre (1951, TV Show), Robert Montgomery Presents (1950, TV Show), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950, TV Show), Naughty Arlette (1949), Summer Day’s Dream (1949), The Infernal Machine (1947), Jean Renoir: Part Two – Hollywood and Beyond (1993, TV Show), Late Show London (1966, TV Show), Don’t Say a Word (1964, TV Show), The Jack Paar Tonight Show (1957, TV Show), What’s My Line (1951, TV Show)

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