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Betty Mcdowall’s height is 5ft 5in (1.65 m)

Betty McDowall was an Australian film and television actress. She was born in Sydney, New South Wales in 1933. Her television appearances include episodes of Z-Cars, The Saint and The Prisoner.

Betty Mcdowall

Best Known For Movie: The Omen
Height: 5ft 5in (1.65 m)
Born: Betty Magarita McDowall , August 14, 1924, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Filmography: ITV Playhouse (1977), Little Lord Fauntleroy (1976), The Omen (1976), Shades of Greene (1975), Anne of Avonlea (1975), Albert and Victoria (1971), The Wednesday Play (1969), Public Eye (1968), The Prisoner (1967), The Forgotten Door (1966), The Corridor People (1966), Tomorrow at Ten (1965), The Liquidator (1965), Theatre 625 (1965), Ballad in Blue (1965), The Saint (1964), First Men in the Moon (1964), Z Cars (1964), Ghost Squad (1964), Armchair Theatre (1959-1963), Suspense (1963), Echo of Diana (1963), Maigret (1962), Outbreak of Murder (1962), Flower of Evil (1961), No Hiding Place (1960-1961), Spare the Rod (1961), Alfred Marks Time (1961), ITV Play of the Week (1960), The Days of Vengeance (1960), The Four Just Men (1959-1960), Dead Lucky (1960), Probation Officer (1960), Interpol Calling (1960), Jackpot (1960), The Third Man (1959), Call Me Sam (1959), Jack the Ripper (1959), ITV Television Playhouse (1955-1959), Dial 999 (1959), The Flying Doctor (1959), She Didn’t Say No! (1958), Diamond Safari (1958), Web (1957-1958), Ivanhoe (1958), White Hunter (1958), The New Adventures of Charlie Chan (1957), Time Lock (1957), Overseas Press Club – Exclusive! (1957), The Shiralee (1957), Pickup Alley (1957), Assignment Foreign Legion (1956-1957), Boyd Q.C. (1957), The New Adventures of Martin Kane (1957), Sailor of Fortune (1956), Rheingold Theatre (1954-1956), The Count of Monte Cristo (1956), London Playhouse (1955-1956), The Crimson Ramblers (1956), The Adventures of the Big Man (1956), Theatre Royal (1956), Patrol Car (1955), Tyrant’s Tower (1954), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1953), Always Another Dawn (1948), The Prisoner Video Companion (1990).
Other Names: Betty McDowell
Astrological Sign: Leo
Occupation: Film Actress

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