Eileen Way - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Family Biography

Eileen Way’s height is 5ft 4.5in (1.64 m)

Eileen Way was an English actress who appeared in film and television roles in a career dating back to the 1930s. She trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art from the age of 16.

Best Known For Movie: The Vikings
Height: 5ft 4.5in (1.64 m)
Born: September 2, 1911, Surrey, United Kingdom
Filmography: Sean’s Show (1992-1993), Century Falls (1993), The Detectives (1993), The Bill (1992), Mistress of Suspense (1992), Birds of a Feather (1991), Inspector Morse (1991), Bergerac (1991), Screen One (1990), Queen of Hearts (1989), War and Remembrance (1989), The Rainbow (1988), Vanity Fair (1987), One by One (1987), Screen Two (1987), All Passion Spent (1986), Paradise Postponed (1986), Mussolini: The Untold Story (1985), Bad Medicine (1985), By the Sword Divided (1983-1985), Sakharov (1984), Memed My Hawk (1984), Macbeth (1983), The Old Men at the Zoo (1983), Minder (1982), Sphinx (1981), Fair Stood the Wind for France (1980), Secret Army (1979), Doctor Who (1963-1979), Les Miserables (1978), Just William (1977), Ripping Yarns (1977), Poldark (1977), The Mackinnons (1977), Z Cars (1967-1977), The Glittering Prizes (1976), Upstairs, Downstairs (1974), The Adventures of Black Beauty (1973), Thirty Minutes Worth (1972), The Onedin Line (1972), New Scotland Yard (1972), The Doctors (1970), ITV Playhouse (1968-1970), Germinal (1970), The Flaxton Boys (1969), The Wednesday Play (1966-1969), The Gold Robbers (1969), Omnibus (1969), The Saint (1969), The Spanish Farm (1968), Mogul (1965-1967), Mickey Dunne (1967), Arrivederci, Baby! (1966), Daleks’ Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. (1966), Court Martial (1966), Cluff (1964-1965), The Comedy Man (1964), The Bargee (1964), First Night (1964), ITV Play of the Week (1964), Kidnapped (1963), The Sentimental Agent (1963), Maigret (1963), Maupassant (1963), Drama 61-67 (1963), Man of the World (1963), Crane (1963), Benny Hill (1962), Sir Francis Drake (1962), Village of Daughters (1962), Dixon of Dock Green (1961), Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond (1961), Rashomon (1961), The Singer Not the Song (1961), Rendezvous (1960), BBC Sunday-Night Play (1960), Hancock’s Half Hour (1960), Kidnapped (1960), International Detective (1960), The Vagrant Heart (1959), William Tell (1959), ITV Television Playhouse (1958), The Vikings (1958), General Electric Theater (1958), Television World Theatre (1958), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1955-1957), Bullet from the Past (1957), Armchair Theatre (1956), Barbie (1955), The Blakes (1955), Aunt Clara (1954), Thunder Rock (1954), Lovers, Happy Lovers! (1954), They Who Dare (1954), Three Stops to Murder (1953), The Shadow Man (1953), The Assassin (1952), The Stranger Left No Card (1952), Mr. Lord Says No (1952), Cheer the Brave (1951), The Gay Lord Quex (1947), The Day Is Gone (1939), The Gay Lord Quex (1938), Lalla’s Wardrobe: A Frockumentary (2009), A Matter of Time (2007), A New Beginning (2004), Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color (1963).
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Occupation: Actress
Died: June 16, 1994, Canterbury, United Kingdom
Spouse: Felix Warden Brown

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