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Name  Elvi Hale

Role  Actress
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Movies  True as a Turtle, Happy is the Bride
Spouse  George Murcell (m. 1960–1998), Mike Morgan (m. ?–1958)
Nominations  BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles
People also search for  George Murcell, Mike Morgan, Wendy Toye, Roy Boulting, Josephine Tweedy

Patricia Elvi Hake, born on 29 January 1931, is a British actress who uses the name Elvi Hale professionally.

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Raised in Romford, Essex, she may be best known for playing Anne of Cleves in The Six Wives of Henry VIII, broadcast in 1970. Hale was nominated for a BAFTA award for most promising film newcomer for her performance in Wendy Toye's True as a Turtle (1957). She retired from film and television work in 1990.

Partial filmography

  • True as a Turtle (1957) - Ann
  • Happy Is the Bride (1958) - Petula
  • The Navy Lark (1959) - Leading WREN Heather
  • The Heroes of Telemark (1965) - Mrs. Sandersen
  • Personal life

    She was married to actor Mike Morgan until his death in 1958. She married character actor George Murcell in 1961 and remained married until his death in 1998.

    References

    Elvi Hale Wikipedia


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