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us: Holme, Thea, 1904-1980

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    • us: Holme, Thea, 1907-
    • us: Holme, Thea Johnston, 1907-
    • us: Johnston, Thea, 1904-1980
    • us: Holme, Stanford, Mrs., 1904-1980
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    • Associated Local

        (naf) England
    • Associated Local

        (naf) Great Britain
    • Birth Place

        (naf) London (England)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Northwood (London, England)
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    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Acting
          (lcsh) Drama
            (lcsh) Stage adaptations
              (lcsh) Radio plays
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                (lcsh) Actors
                  (lcsh) Actresses
                    (lcsh) Authors
                      (lcsh) Dramatists
                        (lcsh) Radio writers
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                    • Earlier Established Forms

                      • Holme, Thea Johnston, 1907-
                      • Holme, Thea, 1907-
                    • Sources

                      • found: Her Roman holiday ... 1937.
                      • found: Northanger Abbey, 1950: title page (adapted by Thea Holme from the novel by Jane Austen)
                      • found: Wikipedia, June 24, 2015 (Thea Holme (1904-1980) was an actor and writer. Holme was born Thea Johnston in 1904. Her father was the architect Philip Mainwaring Johnston. She studied art at The Slade and then theatre at the Central School of Drama. She made her professional stage debut in 1924 as Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night's Dream, at the Richmond Theatre. She was in repertory at the Oxford Playhouse, where her husband Stanford Holme was producer, in the 1930s)
                      • found: Thea Holme obituary, in The times (London, England), Dec 09, 1980, viewed online in The Times digital archive, June 24, 2015 (Thea Holme (Mrs. Stanford Holme), actress and writer, died last week at Northwood, Middlesex. She was 76; daughter of Philip Johnston, architect; appeared frequently in the West End, and in radio drama, and in the earliest drama series on television; wrote a light play Roman Holiday in 1937 and adapted several English novels (notable Jane Austen's) for radio and theatre; wrote The Carlyles at Home (1965), Chesea (1972), Prinny's Daughter (1976), and Caroline (1979))
                      • found: IMDb, June 24, 2015 (Thea Holme (1904-1980); Actress, Writer; born Thea Johnston, December 27, 1904 in London, England; died December 4, 1980 in Norwood, England)
                    • Change Notes

                      • 1980-01-07: new
                      • 2015-06-25: revised
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