Moyna Macgill
Irish actor
Moyna Macgill
Moyna Macgill was an Irish stage and film actress and the mother of actress Angela Lansbury and producers Edgar Lansbury and Bruce Lansbury.
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Godspell's Original Producer, Edgar Lansbury, Will Help Produce Broadway Revival - Playbill.com
Google News - over 5 years
Born in London, Edgar Lansbury was the son of Belfast-born actress Moyna MacGill and Edgar Lansbury, a politician and businessman, and the grandson of former Labour Party leader George Lansbury. He is the younger brother of actress Angela Lansbury and
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Angela Lansbury, a feisty nemesis and night owl at 85 - Los Angeles Times
Google News - over 5 years
Lansbury's mother, Irish-born Moyna MacGill, was also an actress. “This was the family business,” she said. “It was such a chance, such an opportunity to be under contract at the studio for seven years and, my God, to make that sort of money
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Theatre: Latest News > May 19 - Camden New Journal newspapers website
Google News - almost 6 years
UNVEILING a plaque commemorating her famous grandfather earlier this month, Hollywood star Angela Lansbury declared her desire to return to the West End stage and play at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, where her mother Moyna Macgill once
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Her Magic Act: Transforming Herself Nightly
NYTimes - almost 8 years
Correction Appended ''BLITHE SPIRIT'' is a piece of fluff built around some titanium clockwork that Noël Coward soldered together over just a few days in 1941, when he thought London needed cheering up. Without knowing it he had begun to invent the sitcom. The mainspring of the mechanism, and the key to its success, is the part of Madame Arcati,
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THEATER; Surprising Herself, A Class Act Returns
NYTimes - almost 10 years
ELEGANT grandmotherly types wearing gold brooches and kicky boots are not exactly rare birds at the Four Seasons Hotel in Midtown Manhattan, so the young waiters in the lobby restaurant there paid no attention to Angela Lansbury when she showed up for tea one day in February. But a 50-ish woman having lunch at another table certainly did. Between
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