Daphne Anderson

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Daphne Anderson, born Daphne Scrutton (27 April 1922), is a British stage and film actress, dancer, and singer. She made her London theatre debut in 1938 at the Windmill Theatre. Anderson has appeared in such films as The Beggar's Opera, Hobson's Choice, and The Scarlet Pimpernel.


Anderson was born on 27 April 1922, in London, to parents Alan Edward Scrutton and Gladys Amy Scrutton (née Juler). Her surname was originally "Scrutton", but she later changed it to "Anderson". Anderson attended Kensington High School. She married Lionel William Carter.

Theatrical career

Daphne Anderson studied dancing under Zelia Raye. She made her first stage performance in 1937 at the Richmond Theatre as a chorus member in a production of Cinderella. The following year, Anderson made her London theatre debut in the chorus of the Revudeville at the Windmill Theatre. Anderson has played several roles in various theatrical productions of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. In 1943, she played Father William in a production of Alice in Wonderland and the Walrus in Alice Through the Looking-Glass, both at the Scala Theatre in London. In 1972, Anderson assumed the role of the Red Queen in Alice Through the Looking-Glass at the Ashcroft Theatre.

Film and television

Anderson has appeared in the following films:
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