Edith Evans

Dame Edith Mary Evans

Also known as Dame Edith Evans
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Discography of Edith Evans:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 ...And Friends 21 Audio 1974 RCA Red Seal
2 T.S. Eliot: Practical Cats / Shakespeare: Twenty Sonnets 13 Audio 1982 Angel Records
3 Shakespeare: Dame Edith Evans Reads From The Sonnets 9 Audio Music For Pleasure
4 The First Christmas 13 Audio 1959 HMV Junior Records
5 T.S. Eliot: Practical Cats / Shakespeare: Twenty Sonnets 13 Audio Seraphim
6 Eighteenth Century Comedy Album 12 Audio Columbia
7 The First Christmas 13 Audio HMV Junior Records
8 The Voice Of Poetry 15 Audio
9 The First Christmas 7 Audio Golden Wonderland
10 An 18th Century Comedy Album 12 Audio 1977 His Master's Voice


English actress.

She was born 8 February 1888 in London, England, UK and died 14 October 1976 in Kent, England, UK.

Dame Commander (DBE) - Order of the British Empire.


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