Highest Rated: 73% Green for Danger (1947)
Lowest Rated: 73% Green for Danger (1947)
Birthplace: Not Available
Vibrant, redheaded British actress Rosamund John entered films as an ingenue in 1934. During the war years, John thrived in sharply etched, self-assured roles in films like Spitfire (1941) and The Gentle Sex (1943). She was especially effective as the widow of aviator Michael Redgrave, in the popular "homefront" film The Way to the Stars (1944). Rosamund John retired from moviemaking in 1956.
Highest Rated Movies
|73%||Green for Danger||
|No Score Yet||Fame Is the Spur||
|No Score Yet||The Upturned Glass||
|No Score Yet||The Way to the Stars||
|No Score Yet||Tawny Pipit||
|No Score Yet||The Gentle Sex||
|No Score Yet||Lamp Still Burns||
|No Score Yet||Spitfire (The First of the Few)||
|No Score Yet||Secret of the Loch||
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