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  1. Anna Raymond Massey CBE (11 August 1937 – 3 July 2011) was an English actress. She won a BAFTA Award for the role of Edith Hope in the 1986 TV adaptation of Anita Brookner 's novel Hotel du Lac, a role that one of her co-stars, Julia McKenzie, has said "could have been written for her".

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    Anna Raymond Massey CBE (11 August 1937 – 3 July 2011) was an English actress. She won a BAFTA Award for the role of Edith Hope in the 1986 TV adaptation of Anita Brookner 's novel Hotel du Lac, a role that one of her co-stars, Julia McKenzie, has said "could have been written for her".

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  3. Anna Massey - IMDb

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    Anna Massey was born on August 11, 1937 in Thakeham, West Sussex, England as Anna Raymond Massey. She was an actress, known for Peeping Tom (1960), Frenzy (1972) and The Machinist (2004). She was married to Dr. Uri Andres and Jeremy Brett. She died on July 2, 2011 in London, England.

  4. Anna Massey - Biography - IMDb

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    Anna Massey was born on August 11, 1937 in Thakeham, West Sussex, England as Anna Raymond Massey. She was an actress, known for Peeping Tom (1960), Frenzy (1972) and The Machinist (2004). She was married to Dr. Uri Andres and Jeremy Brett. She died on July 2, 2011 in London, England.

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    Massey was born in Thake­ham, Sus­sex, Eng­land, the daugh­ter of British ac­tress Adri­anne Allen and Cana­dian-born Hol­ly­wood actor Ray­mond Massey. Her brother Daniel Massey was also an actor. She was the niece of Vin­cent Massey, a Gov­er­nor Gen­eral of Canada, and her god­fa­ther was film di­rec­tor John Ford.

    Al­though she had no for­mal train­ing at ei­ther drama school or in reper­tory, Anna Massey made her first ap­pear­ance on stage in May 1955 at the age of 17, at the The­atre Royal, Brighton, as Jane in The Re­luc­tant Debu­tante, sub­se­quently mak­ing her first Lon­don ap­pear­ance in the same play at the Cam­bridge The­atre in May 1955 "and was sud­denly famous". She then left the cast in Lon­don to re­peat her per­for­mance in New York in Oc­to­ber 1956. In the 1990s she ap­peared with Alan Ben­nett in a drama­tised read­ing of T.S. Eliot's and Vir­ginia Woolf's let­ters, in a pro­duc­tion at the Charleston Fes­ti­val de­vised by Patrick Gar­land. Sev­eral of her early film roles were in mys­tery thrillers. She made her cin­ema debut in the Scot­land Yard film Gideon's Day (1958) as Sally, daugh­ter of Jack Hawkins's De­tec­tive In­spec­tor. The di­rec­tor was her god­fa­ther John Ford. She played a po­ten­tial mur­der vic­tim in Michael Pow­ell's cult thriller Peep­ing Tom (19...

    One of Massey's as­sets as an ac­tress was her "ex­tra­or­di­nary voice... it was so listenable." Al­though Massey's parts were var­ied, her "cut-glass Eng­lish ac­cent con­veyed a cold and re­pressed char­ac­ter on screen". Michael Billing­ton of The Guardian char­ac­terised her work as being in­formed by "still­ness", such as in the Na­tional The­atre's pro­duc­tion of Harold Pin­ter's A Kind of Alaska. She was known for a high level of prepa­ra­tion and ef­fort, with one pro­ducer say­ing that she had a prac­tice of using five dif­fer­ent coloured pens on scripts to mark out "breaths and pauses" and the de­vel­op­ment of a scene; for ex­am­ple, "if a phrase early in a para­graph was going to be picked up again later, she would high­light those two bits in the same colour, so that it would re­mind her that that first phrase was re­fer­ring to some­thing later."

    In the New Year's Ho­n­ours List pub­lished on 31 De­cem­ber 2004, she was cre­ated a Com­man­der of the Order of the British Em­pire (CBE) for ser­vices to drama. Massey pub­lished an au­to­bi­og­ra­phy in 2006, Telling Some Tales, in which she re­vealed a dif­fi­cult early life and dis­cussed her failed mar­riage (1958–1962) to actor Je­remy Brett, dis­cussing his strug­gle with bipo­lar dis­or­der. The cou­ple had one son, writer and il­lus­tra­tor David Hug­gins (b. 1959). At an Au­gust 1988 din­ner party held at the home of their mu­tual friend, Joy Whitby, she met Russ­ian-born met­al­lur­gist Uri An­dres, who had been based at Im­pe­r­ial Col­lege, Lon­don since 1975.The cou­ple were mar­ried from No­vem­ber 1988 until her death in 2011. Massey was quoted as say­ing, "The­atre eats up too much of your fam­ily life. I have a grand­son and a hus­band and I'd rather I was able to be a granny and a wife." She died from can­cer on 3 July 2011, aged 73.

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  6. Anna Massey obituary | Anna Massey | The Guardian

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    Jul 04, 2011 · Anna Massey obituary Award-winning actor with a fastidious intelligence and a hint of inner steel Anna Massey in 1986. She had a capacity for stillness, which she displayed in her many portrayals...

  7. Anna Massey dies aged 73 | Anna Massey | The Guardian

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    Jul 04, 2011 · Anna Massey, the award-winning British actor who played innocent victim for both Alfred Hitchcock and Michael Powell, has died from cancer at the age of 73. The news was confirmed in a brief...

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    Anna Masseyis best known as a TV Actress. English actress who won a BAFTA Award for her role as Edith Hope in the television version of the novel Hotel du Lac. She was born on August 11, 1937in England. Her Godfather was director John Ford.

  9. Anna Massey (1937-2011) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Jul 03, 2011 · Born Anna Raymond Massey into a family of entertainers, she was the daughter of actor Raymond Massey and actress Adrianne Allen. She was the younger sister of actor Daniel Massey.

    • 11 Aug 1937, Thakeham, Horsham District, West Sussex, England
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    • 3 Jul 2011 (aged 73), London, City of London, Greater London, England
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