Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Arthur Marks to John McEnery
Lois Maxwell Biography (c. 1927-)
Born Lois Hooker, 1927, in Canada.
- Birth Details
- c. 1927
Credits; FILM APPEARANCES
- Julia Kane, That Hagen Girl, Warner Brothers, 1947.
- Karen Long, The Big Punch, Warner Brothers, 1948.
- Imogene, Corridor of Mirrors, Apollo, 1948.
- Ruth Collins, The Dark Past, Columbia, 1948.
- Miss McIntyre, The Decision of Chirstopher Blake, Warner Brothers, 1948.
- Jane Darrin, The Crime Doctor's Diary, Columbia, 1949.
- Louise Maitlin, Kazan, Columbia, 1949.
- Erika, Brief Rapture, Jewel, 1952.
- Peggy, Scotland Yard Inspector (also known as Lady in the Fog), Lippert,1952.
- Christine Ralston, Twilight Women (also known as Women of Twilight), Lippert, 1953.
- Thelma Tasman, Woman in Hiding (also known as Man Trap and Man in Hiding), United Artists, 1953.
- Lily, The Great Hope (also known as La grande speranza), Minerva, 1954.
- Amneris (sung by Ebe Stignanai), Aida, Eagle Films, 1954.
- Enid Mansell, The Woman's Angle, Stratford, 1954.
- Diane Boyd, Passport to Treason, Astor, 1956.
- Kim, Satellite in the Sky, Warner Brothers, 1956.
- Stephanie Blake, High Terrace, RKO/Allied Artists, 1957.
- Vicky Harker, Time Without Pity, Eros/Astor, 1957.
- Jill Brook, Kill Me Tomorrow, Ren/Tudor, 1958.
- Ethel Winter, Face of Fire, Allied Artists, 1959.
- Helen Kennedy, The Unstoppable Man, Sutton, 1961.
- Miss Moneypenny, Dr. No, United Artists, 1962.
- Nurse Mary Lore, Lolita, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), 1962.
- Gwen, Come Fly with Me, MGM, 1963.
- Miss Moneypenny, From Russia with Love, United Artists, 1963.
- Grace Markway, The Haunting, MGM, 1963.
- Miss Moneypenny, Goldfinger, United Artists, 1964.
- Miss Moneypenny, Thunderball, United Artists, 1965.
- Max, Operation Kid Brother (also known as O.K. Connery), United Artists,1967.
- Miss Moneypenny, You Only Live Twice, United Artists, 1967.
- Miss Moneypenny, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, United Artists, 1969.
- Woman at fashion show, The Adventurers, Paramount, 1970.
- Miss Moneypenny, Diamonds Are Forever, United Artists, 1971.
- Miss Moneypenny, Live and Let Die, United Artists, 1973.
- Miss Moneypenny, The Man with the Golden Gun, United Artists, 1974.
- Miss Moneypenny, The Spy Who Loved Me, United Artists, 1977.
- Mrs. Hogarth, Age of Innocence, Willoughby, 1977.
- Englishwoman, Lost and Found, Columbia, 1979.
- Miss Moneypenny, Moonraker, United Artists, 1979.
- the Director, Mr. Patman, Film Consortium of Canada, 1980.
- Miss Moneypenny, For Your Eyes Only, United Artists, 1981.
- Miss Moneypenny, Octopussy, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists (MGM/UA),1983.
- Miss Moneypenny, A View to a Kill, MGM/UA, 1985.
- Monica, The Blue Man (also known as Eternal Evil), Cine 360/New Century/Seymour Borde and Associates, 1985.
- Edie, Martha, Ruth, and Edie, Simcom International/Norstar, 1988.
- Also appeared in Amori e veleni (also known as Brief Rapture), 1950; Domani e troppo tardi (also known as Tomorrow Is Too Late), 1950; Endless Night (also known as Agatha Christie's Endless Night), British Lion, 1971.
Credits; TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES
- Earth girl, Stingray, syndicated, 1965.
- Miss Holland, U.F.O., syndicated, 1972.
- Nancy Williams, Adventures in Rainbow Country, syndicated, 1972.
- Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Presents the Rheingold Theatre, syndicated.
- Mary Smith, Lady in a Corner, NBC, 1989.
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