Una O'Connor (born Agnes Teresa McGlade, 23 October 1880 – 4 February 1959) was an Irish-American actress who worked extensively in theatre before becoming a character actress in film and in television. She often portrayed comical wives, housekeepers and servants.Date (year, month, day)TitleAuthor (s)City1911-11-20New York City1911-11-20John Millington SyngeNew York City1911-12-15New York City1912-02-12Dublin
Una O'Connor, Actress: Witness for the Prosecution. Delightful character actress who held her own against such acting heavyweights as Charles Laughton, Boris Karloff, Tyrone Power, Barbara Stanwyck, and Sydney Greenstreet. Often cast by studio heads as comic relief thanks to her thick Irish accent and rubber-faced expressions, most notably in Universal's horror classics, The Bride of ...
When Una O'Connor was brought to Hollywood to recreate her stage role of Ellen Bridges in "Cavalcade," British critic James Agate wrote that she had established a right to the role "that it would be impertinent and impolitic to contravene.".
- Agnes Teresa McGlade
- 5' 2" (1.57 m)
Úna O'Connor is a natural light photographer from Dublin. Her passion is portraiture with an air of moody whimsy. Growing up in an old house on the outskirts of Dublin, she was happily immersed in its unconventional decor and the surrounding fields and rivers. Over looked by the clock tower of Farmleigh and with horses roaming free she is hugely inspired the landscape of her youth, the ...
Oct 03, 2020 · Una O’Connor was born Agnes Teresa McGlade, 23 October, 1880 into a Catholic Nationalist family in Belfast, Ireland. Una tread the boards, working extensively in theatre before going to Hollywood and becoming a character actress in film and in television. She would often be the quirky wife, wise cracking housekeeper or servant.
- Terry Sherwood
Feb 04, 2017 · Actress. She began her acting career in motion pictures in 1929, and is best remembered for her work in Universal's horror classics like The invisible man (1933) and The bride of Frankenstein (1935). She also appeared in classics films like The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), This Land is Mine (1943) as Charles...
13. Úna O'Connor (1938 – 4 March 2020) was an Irish sportsperson who played senior camogie with Dublin from 1953 until 1975. She is regarded as one of the greatest players of all-time, a member of the team of the century. the first camogie player to win a Caltex award in 1966, and the Gaelic Weekly all-star award winner in 1967.
Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936) - I Defy You All! After an opening detailing the death of her British soldier husband, "dearest" mother (Dolores Costello) and aide Mary (Una O'Connor) in Brooklyn prepare their gift for young Ceddie (Freddie Bartholemew), who arrives reading Robin Hood, in David O. Selznick's Little Lord Fauntleroy, 1936.
Jul 16, 2020 · Una O’Connor as Janet McKenzie, Mrs. French’s housekeeper and a prosecution witness. Francis Compton as Mr. Justice Wainwright, the judge. Philip Tonge as Chief Inspector Hearne, the arresting officer. Ruta Lee as Diana… She’s a young woman watching the trial, waiting for Leonard to be freed.