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Heather Angel ACTOR


Heather Angel was born on February 9th, 1909 in Oxfordshire in England with the birth name Heather Grace Angel.  She first began her career as an actress gaining some stage experience as well as working with a number of touring companies.
She then gained some work in the film industry appearing in a number of British films, before she decided to take the big step and relocate to California in search of roles in film.
Her first film role was at the age of twenty appearing on the film, "Bulldog Drummond" (1929).  After awhile of perseverance, she began to add other film credits to her resume such as, "Night in Montmarte" (1931), "The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1932), "Men of Steel" (1932), "Charlie Chan's Greatest Case" (1933), "Orient Express" (1934), "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" (1935), "The Three Musketeers" (1935) starring Walter Able and Paul Lucas, "The Informer" (1935), "Arrest Bulldog Drummond" (1939), "Kitty Foyle" (1940) starring Ginger Rogers, Dennis Morgan and James Craig, "Pride and Prejudice" (1940) starring Greer Garson and Laurence Olivier, "Cry 'Havoc" (1943) and "Lifeboat" (1944) co-starring Hume Cronyn, Mary Anderson, Tallulah Bankhead, William Bendix, Walter Slezak, John Hodiak and Henry Hull.
Heather then took a four year break from the industry and finally made a return in 1948 on the film, "The Saxon Charm".  She continued working in the industry, although she was no longer a highly desired actress.  She did also add voiceover credits to her resume working on the Walt Disney animated films, "Alice in Wonderland" (1951) and "Peter Pan" (1953).   

She began go focus mainly on television roles adding such series to her resume as, "Studio 57", "Perry Mason", "Lawman", "Mr. Novak", "Peyton Place", "Family Affair", "Police Story" and her most recent role was on the highly acclaimed television mini-series, "Back Stage at the White House" (1979).  She was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her contribution to the Motion Picture Industry
Throughout her lifetime she married a total of three times.  Her first marriage was brief to actor Henry Wilcoxon.  She then wed Ralph Forbes in 1934 however by 1941, this marriage also came to an end.  Her third husband was Robert B. Sinclair whom she wed in 1944 and they remained together until he passed away in 1970, after a burglar broke into their home and killed him.  She never had any children and did not re-marry.  

On December 13th, 1986, Heather Angel passed away in Santa Barbara, California at the age of seventy seven after suffering from cancer.  Her remains are interred in a cemetery located in Santa Barbara.     

1979   Backstairs at the White House 

1975   Police Story
1975   Gone with the West 

1966-1971  Family Affair 

1968   The Guns of Will Sonnett
1965-1966  Peyton Place 

1964   Mr. Novak 

1962   Premature Burial 
1961   Lawman 

1958   Perry Mason 

1958   Suspicion 
1958   Studio 57

1953   Peter Pan 

1951   Alice in Wonderland
1948   The Saxon Charm

1944   In the Meantime, Darling 

1944   Three Sisters of the Moors 
1944   Lifeboat 

1943   Cry 'Havoc'

1942   Time to Kill
1942   The Undying Monster

1941   Suspicion

1941   Singapore Woman
1941   That Hamilton Woman

1941   Shadows on the Stairs 

1940   Kitty Foyle
1940   Pride and Prejudice 

1940   Half a Sinner

1939   Bulldog Drummond's Bride
1939   Undercover Doctor 

1939   Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police 

1939   Arrest Bulldog Drummond
1938   Bulldog Drummond in Africa

1938   Army Girl

1937   The Duke Comes Back
1937   Portia on Trial

1937   Western Gold

1937   Bulldog Drummond Escapes
1936   The Bold Caballero

1936   Daniel Boone 

1936   The Last of the Mohicans 
1935   The Perfect Gentleman 

1935   The Three Musketeers 

1935   The Headline Woman
1935   The Informer 

1935   It Happened in New York 

1935   Mystery of Edwin Drood 
1934   Springtime for Henry 

1934   Romance in the Rain 

1934   Murder in Trinidad 
1934   Orient Express

1933   Early to Bed 

1933   Charlie Chan's Greatest Case 
1933   Berkeley Square 

1933   Pilgrimage 

1932   Men of Steel 
1932   The Man Who Won 

1932   The Hound of the Baskervilles 

1932   Self Made Lady
1932   After Office Hours t

1932   Frail Women 

1931   Night in Montmartre 
1931   Farewell to Love 

Matinee Classics - Bulldog Drummond Escapes starring Ray Milland, Heather Angel, Reginald Denny  and Porter Hall
Matinee Classics - Bulldog Drummond's Bride starring John Howard, Heather Angel, H.B. Warner and Reginald Denny
Matinee Classics - Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police starring John Howard, Heather Angel, Reginald Denny and Leo G. Carroll
Matinee Classics - Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police starring John Howard, Heather Angel, Reginald Denny and Leo G. Carroll
Matinee Classics - Headline Woman starring Heather Angel, Roger Pryor, Ford Sterling, Robert Gleckler, Theodore von Eltz, Jack La Rue, Russell Hopton, Conway Tearle, Morgan Wallace, Ward Bond, Franklin Pangborn, Syd Saylor, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Wade Boteler, George J. Lewis, Wheeler Oakman, Lillian Miles, Warner Richmond nd Harry Bowen
Matinee Classics - Peter Pan starring the voices of Bobby Driscoll, Kathryn Beaumont, Hans Conried, Bill Thompson, Heather Angel, Paul Collins, Tommy Luske, Candy Candido and Tom Conway
Matinee Classics - The Premature Burial starring Ray Milland, Heather Angel, Hazel Court, Alan Napier, Richard Ney, John Dierkes, Dick Miller, Clive Halliday and Brendan Dillon
Matinee Classics - Shadows on the Stairs starring Frieda Inescort, Paul Cavanagh, Heather Angel, Bruce Lester, Miles Mander, Lumsden Hare, Turhan Bey, Charles Irwin, Phyllis Barry, Mary Field and Paul Renay
Matinee Classics - The Bold Caballero starring Robert Livingston, Heather Angel, Sig Ruman, Ian Wolfe, Robert Warwick, Emily Fitzroy and Charles Stevens

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