[Starring] Marie LÃ¶hr
with Leonard Hayes, Pat Denny and James Hayter
The appearance of Marie LÃ¶hr in this programme adds another name to the list of famous actresses making their debuts in television during the course of this week. Marie LÃ¶hr has spent practically all her long theatrical career on the English stage, though she was born in Sydney, New South Wales, and actually first appeared on the stage there, when she was four years old. In 1901 she made her London debut at the Garrick in "Shock-Headed Peter". She has also had considerable experience on the American and Canadian stage and in the film studios.
It was in the chorus of Marie LÃ¶hr's most recent London show, at the Savoy Theatre, that Pat Denny was discovered. Reggie Smith, under whose direction she will be taking part in "Now You're Here" believes her to be an artist of considerable promise whose work we should watch.
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