Person    | Female  Born 27/6/1938 

Shirley Anne Field

Categories: Cinema, Theatre, TV & Radio

Actor. Born Shirley Broomfield in Bolton, Lancashire. She started her career as a glamour model. Laurence Olivier chose her to play the prime female role in the film 'The Entertainer' and she also appeared as Albert Finney's girlfriend in 'Saturday Night and Sunday Morning'. When her film career started to wane, she moved on to stage and television roles.

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