Irish actresses died in 1964

Here are 1 famous actresses from Republic of Ireland died in 1964:

Kitty McShane

Kitty McShane (May 19, 1897 Dublin-March 24, 1964 London) also known as Kathleen McShane, Catherine McShane, McShane or Kathleen "Kitty" McShane was an Irish actor. Her child is called Donald Daniel Towle.

Kitty McShane started her career in the entertainment industry by performing in music hall revues and later became a successful stage actress. She moved to London in the 1920s and made her film debut in the 1930s. She appeared in several notable films, including "The 39 Steps" (1935) and "Jamaica Inn" (1939), both directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

In addition to her acting career, McShane was also a talented singer and songwriter. She recorded several songs throughout her career, including "The Galloping Major" and "The Admiral's Daughter". McShane was also a regular performer on BBC Radio in the 1940s.

McShane was married to actor and director Frank Cellier, with whom she had a son, Donald Daniel Towle. She continued to work in the entertainment industry until her death in 1964 at the age of 66.

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