|Birth Date||:||11 November 1931|
Veronica Hurst is an English film, stage and television actress who was born in Malta. She was brought up in Tooting, London.
Angels One Five [19 March 1952]
The Battle of Britain as seen through the eyes of the operations room of a Kent fighter station during the summer of 1940. A young, inexperienced pilot has trouble settling into the routine of squadron life.
Bang! You're Dead [16 March 1954]
Police arrest an innocent man after two British youngsters rob and accidentally shoot a neighbor.
Dead Man's Evidence [August 1962]
Phillips stars as a British secret agent investigating the discovery of a dead, washed up frogman.
Don't Blame the Stork 
Game of Danger [Lance Comfort]
Geheimkommando Afrika [Lesley Selander]
Here's to the Memory! [Jack Howells]
Laughter in Paradise [11 November 1951 (USA)]
When a playful millionaire dies, he leaves a surprise for his loved ones -- in order to claim his fortune, they must complete assignments that will help them become better people. For their respective shares of the money, snobbish Agnes (Fay Compton) must work as a housekeeper for a month, pulp novelist Deniston (Alastair Sim) has to spend time in jail, swinging bachelor Simon (Guy Middleton) must marry and the meek Herbert (George Cole) is forced to try his hand at bank robbery.… MORE
Licensed to Kill [July 1965]
An English spy (Tom Adams) guards a Scandinavian scientist (Karel Stepanek) who has sold an anti-gravity device to each side.
Live It Up! [1963 (United Kingdom)]
Featuring music from the likes of Kenny Ball, Gene Vincent and Heinz. Dave and his mates are GPO riders who dream of becoming stars.
Peeping Tom [7 April 1960 (London)]
Mark, a psychologically ill film-maker, murders women and records their dying moments. His neighbour, Helen, becomes curious about his documentaries and watches one of them secretly.
The Boy Cried Murder [13 April 1966]
A boy (Fraser MacIntosh) known for his wild imagination cannot convince his parents (Veronica Hurst, Phil Brown) he has witnessed a murder.
The Gilded Cage [February 1955]
Two brothers are embroiled in a racket to smuggle a valuable painting. When a murder is committed they must try and clear their names.
The Girl on the Pier 
A waxworks curator turns to murder after discovering his wife has been less than faithful to him.
The Maze [26 July 1953]
A bride (Veronica Hurst) and her aunt (Katherine Emery) chase the bridegroom (Richard Carlson) to his Scottish castle, home of a man-frog.
The Royal African Rifles [27 September 1953]
An English officer (Louis Hayward) poses as a hunter to recover stolen machine guns in World War I East Africa.
The Yellow Balloon [10 February 1953]
While running around a ruinous London neighborhood with his friend, young Frankie Palmer (Andrew Ray) unwittingly leads his companion to an untimely demise when the boy falls from a building. As fate would have it, Len Turner (William Sylvester), a small-time crook, witnesses the entire incident, and decides to use the information to blackmail the child into stealing from his parents. However, Turner soon finds Frankie's knowledge of him and his crimes to be a threat that must be removed.… MORE
Will Any Gentleman...? [24 August 1953]
After being entranced by a stage hypnotist, a meek bank clerk changes his dull life completely and transforms into a ladies' man.
- 11 November 1931.