Deborah Kerr

Deborah Kerr
Name : Deborah Kerr
Birth Date :30 September 1921
Birth Place :Helensburgh, United Kingdom
Nationality :NA

Deborah Jane Trimmer CBE, known professionally as Deborah Kerr, was a Scottish film, theatre and television actress. Kerr was nominated six times for the Academy Award for Best Actress, and holds the record for an actress most nominated in the lead actress category without winning.

Deborah Kerr Movies and TV Shows

  • An Affair to Remember [11 July 1957 (USA)]

    Nicky and Terry meet on a cruise on their way from Europe to New York and fall in love with each other. Despite being engaged to other people, the couple decides to meet again.

  • Beloved Infidel [4 July 1946]

    This movie revolves around an Irish woman, Bridie Quilty, who turns into a Nazi spy only to defeat the British.

  • Black Narcissus [8 December 1960 (USA)]

    The Carmody family live a nomadic lifestyle as they move livestock from one place to another. Soon, they face problems when the wife and son plan to settle down while the husband rejects the idea.

  • Bonjour Tristesse [23 December 1960 (USA)]

    In order to maintain their crumbling stately home, Earl Vincent Rhyall and his wife Lady Hilary reluctantly open it to coach parties of American tourists, one of whom, Charles Delacro, falls for the lady of the manor. Feeling rather neglected, she begins to return his advances. In order to win her back, the Earl has to call on the services of his old flame, Hattie Durant and his very laconic, very English butler.… MORE

  • Casino Royale [14 November 2006 (London)]

    Special Agent James Bond embarks on a mission to prevent Le Chiffre, a mob banker, from winning a high stakes poker game. He is aided by Vesper Lynd, a British Treasury agent.

  • Dream Wife [28 June 1941 (United Kingdom)]

    A young Englishwoman (Deborah Kerr) tragically loves an out-of-work laborer (Clifford Evans) in a depressed mill town.

  • Edward, My Son [17 July 1947]

    A War veteran and fast-talking salesman Victor Albee Norman impresses his business clients, but is less convincing to a beautiful society widow.

  • Eye of the Devil [13 June 1956]

    Red Cross volunteer Lee Ashley (Deborah Kerr) arrives in New Caledonia in 1943, hoping to find out details about the death of her husband on Guadalcanal. Initially reluctant to involve herself in nursing responsibilities, Lee is galvanized by leader Kate Connors (Thelma Ritter). Although courted by an old friend, Lee falls for the roguish Lt. Col. Colin Black (William Holden), despite his harsh manner. The pair become involved -- until Colin's carelessness proves to have lasting ramifications.… MORE

  • From Here to Eternity [13 March 1957]

    The story revolves around a marine and a nun who find solace in each other while being shipwrecked on an island.

  • Hatter's Castle [16 March 1939 (USA)]

    Love Affair is a 1939 American romantic film starring Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer and featuring Maria Ouspenskaya. It was directed by Leo McCarey and written by Delmer Daves and Donald Ogden Stewart, based on a story by McCarey and Mildred Cram.

  • Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison [27 September 1956 (New York)]

    A faculty wife risks her marriage to help a troubled teen tormented by his fellow students.

  • I See a Dark Stranger [19 June 1953]

    Clemson Reade, the big daddy of the corporate world decides to get married to Effie, a U.S. diplomat. They are with each other for all the wrong reasons, and can't meet each others physical wants.

  • If Winter Comes [11 May 1940 (United Kingdom)]

    While held up in a British port, a Danish sea captain tussles with German spies.

  • Julius Caesar [16 November 2017 (Brazil)]

    After contracting polio at the age of 28, Robin Cavendish is confined to bed and given only months to live. But with the help of his wife Diana and her twin brothers, and the groundbreaking ideas of inventor Teddy Hall, Cavendish emerges from the hospital ward and devotes the rest of his life to helping fellow patients and the disabled.

  • King Solomon's Mines [4 June 1953 (USA)]

    Julius Caesar returns to Rome after defeating Pompey the Great. His successful conquests make him rise to the status of a dictator in the eyes of other high-ranking Romans, who conspire to kill him.

  • Love on the Dole [15 October 1945 (United Kingdom)]

    After WWII service changes them, a married couple dread their postwar reunion.

  • Major Barbara [23 February 1955 (United Kingdom)]

    The End of the Affair is a 1955 British-American drama romance film directed by Edward Dmytryk, based on Graham Greene's 1951 novel of the same name. The film stars Deborah Kerr, Van Johnson, John Mills and Peter Cushing. It was filmed largely on location in London, particularly in and around Chester Terrace.

  • Marriage on the Rocks [28 October 1991 (USA)]

    Burgess Meredith hosts a profile of the life and work of filmmaker Otto Preminger.

  • Perfect Strangers [31 December 1947]

    If Winter Comes is a 1947 drama film released by MGM. The movie was directed by Victor Saville, based on the novel by A.S.M. Hutchinson. The film tells the story of an English textbook writer who takes in a pregnant girl. The novel had previously been made into the 1923 film If Winter Comes.

  • Prudence and the Pill [12 May 1950]

    Believing that Alison is a wealthy heiress, Terry sets his sights on her. Also attracted to Alison is millionaire playboy Jeremy Taylor and Matthew Kinston.

  • Quo Vadis [9 November 1950 (USA)]

    A rescue party sets out to find an explorer who has disappeared on an African treasure hunt. The search leads the party across the continent and through the terrors of jungle, swamp and desert. Their ultimate destination is the fabled lost mine of Solomon, a source of unimaginable wealth and deadly danger. From H. Rider Haggard's novel.

  • Reunion at Fairborough [19 February 1959]

    In 1956 Budapest, a woman seeking to flee Hungary strikes up an offbeat relationship with a Communist officer.

  • Separate Tables [1983]

    The stories of several people are told as they stay at a seaside hotel.

  • Tea and Sympathy [18 December 1958 (USA)]

    The unfulfilled lives of the long-term tenants of a seaside hotel in Bournemouth get intertwined as they help each other while dealing with several problems.

  • The Arrangement [17 November 1959 (USA)]

    In the late 1930s, British columnist Sheilah Graham (Deborah Kerr) wins a position in America, and her Hollywood column quickly becomes popular for its biting tone. At a party, Sheilah meets author F. Scott Fitzgerald (Gregory Peck), and the two begin a torrid affair. Scott laments that his writing has fallen out of fashion, and when he is fired from his screenwriting position, he begins drinking heavily. Soon his intrusive, volatile behavior threatens their relationship and Sheilah's career.… MORE

  • The Assam Garden [12 May 1985]

    After 40 years, a disillusioned war hero returns to England for an Air Corps reunion, where he's reunited with his ex-lover, and learns he's a father and a grandfather.

  • The Chalk Garden [28 August 1969]

    Three men who work in a skydiving performance group -- burned-out Mike (Burt Lancaster), outgoing showman Joe (Gene Hackman) and rookie Malcolm (Scott Wilson) -- find work in a small Kansas town and lodging at the home of Malcolm's Uncle John (William Windom) and Aunt Elizabeth (Deborah Kerr). The couple are in the midst of a marital crisis, and when Elizabeth meets the dashing Mike, everyone is surprised by their passionate and dangerous love affair.… MORE

  • The End of the Affair [4 November 1952 (USA)]

    An Englishman (Ronald Colman) who resembles the king of a small European nation gets mixed up in palace intrigue when his look-alike is kidnapped.

  • The Grass Is Greener [18 November 1969 (USA)]

    Eddie is a very rich man who has everything he wants; money, family, success. But a car crash is all that needs to make him reconsider the life he leads.

  • The Gypsy Moths [13 April 1967 (London)]

    James Bond, a secret retired agent, sets a plan to take down SMERSH. Later, James Bond renames a group of agents with the same name in order to hide the real one.

  • The Hucksters [20 March 1941]

    The daughter of rich weapons manufacturer Andrew Undershaft (Robert Morley), idealistic young Barbara (Wendy Hiller) rebels against her estranged father by joining the Salvation Army. Wooed by professor-turned-preacher Adolphus Cusins (Rex Harrison), Barbara eventually grows disillusioned with her causes and begins to see things from her father's perspective. Based on the play by George Bernard Shaw, the film's comedic social commentary pulls no punches.… MORE

  • The Innocents [10 February 2016 (France)]

    In December 1945, a Red Cross doctor (Lou de Laâge) tries to help a group of pregnant Benedictine nuns at a convent in Warsaw, Poland.

  • The Journey [19 February 1959]

    In 1956 Budapest, a woman seeking to flee Hungary strikes up an offbeat relationship with a Communist officer.

  • The King and I [29 June 1956 (USA)]

    In this film adaptation of the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical, widowed Welsh mother Anna Loenowens (Deborah Kerr) becomes a governess and English tutor to the wives and many children of the stubborn King Mongkut of Siam (Yul Brynner). Anna and the king have a clash of personalities as she works to teach the royal family about the English language, customs and etiquette, and rushes to prepare a party for a group of European diplomats who must change their opinions about the king.… MORE

  • The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp [8 November 1951 (USA)]

    Roman general Marcus sparks rebellion when he falls in love with a Christian slave. When atrocities are performed on the Christians, Marcus saves his love and her family.

  • The Night of the Iguana [24 November 1961 (London)]

    The Innocents is a 1961 psychological horror film directed and produced by Jack Clayton, and starring Deborah Kerr, Michael Redgrave, and Megs Jenkins.

  • The Prisoner of Zenda [21 May 1964]

    Laurel, a young girl, is persuaded by Maitland, the house butler, to not unravel the past of Madrigal, a governess, whom he likes.

  • The Sundowners [6 August 1964 (USA)]

    Lusty defrocked minister Lawrence Shannon (Richard Burton) is a tour guide in Mexico. Leading a tourist group from a Baptist women's college, he finds it difficult to avoid acting on his attraction to Charlotte (Sue Lyon), the young niece of the group's leader, Judith Fellowes (Grayson Hall). When Fellowes swears to ruin him, Shannon strands the bus at a hotel to seek advice from the manager, an old friend. Over the course of one night, the alcoholic Shannon spirals out of control.… MORE

  • Young Bess [8 June 1942]

    A British journalist working in Norway finds himself hunted by the Germans when he uncovers a secret U-boat base, while the daughter of a Norwegian sea captain helps the Brits combat the Nazi menace.

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What is birthdate of Deborah Kerr?

- 30 September 1921.

What is BirthPlace of Deborah Kerr?

- Helensburgh, United Kingdom.

What is Nationality of Deborah Kerr?

- NA.

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What is Age of Deborah Kerr?

- 99.

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