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Biography
In London talking about it after the role in ‘Peter pan’ (‘Peter Pan’) in 1943 it; next were the Broadway debut in ‘Gertie’ (‘Gertie’) 1952-wow. Returned to Broadway actress in 1956, in the play George Bernard Shaw’s ‘Major Barbara’ directed by Charles Lofton. The most famous Broadway role, Glynis was Desiree, Armfeldt, the main character of the popular musical by Hugh Wheeler and Stephen Sondheim ‘a Little night music’.
Glynis Johns (Glynis Johns, 5.10.1923) is a British actress of theatre and cinema, dancer, pianist and singer (best known for the song ‘Send in the Clowns’ from the musical of Stephen Sondheim ‘a Little night music’ (‘A Little Night Music’)). Its it does not stop for seven decades; it is often called ‘actress’ – she’s great at playing the piano and singing; in addition, Glynis professional dancer with ten years of professionally teaching ballet.
Glynis, was born in Pretoria, South Africa. Her mother, Alice Jones Fashion (Steele-Payne) was a pianist, and his father, Mervyn Jones, British theatre and film actor. In General, the origin of Glynis Welsh, and was born in Africa because her parents were there in theatre round.
Born in such a theatrical family, the girl was just doomed to follow in the footsteps of their parents. Debuted on stage Glynis in 1935, in the play ‘Bears the Tanks’ (‘Buckie”s Bears’); the following year she got the role in the London staging of ‘Children’s hour’ (‘The Children’s Hour’) Lillian Hellman, and then two more pieces – ‘Saint Helen’ (‘St. Helena’) and ‘the Lost melody’ (‘The Melody That Got Lost’). On the silver screen Jones first came in 1938-th – that was the movie Victor Saville ‘trip South’ (‘South Riding’); Glynis showed herself as a promising actress, brilliantly playing the role of the daughter of Ralph Richardson. Following were roles of the second plan in some less-known British paintings, like ’49th parallel’ (‘The Invaders/49th Parallel’) by Michael Powell. Despite the appearance, which is more for comedic roles, Jones showed considerable dramatic talent in the film 1947 ‘Frida’ (‘Frieda’) and ‘Secrets of state’ (‘State Secret’). The first really successful in commercial terms the film Glynis was ‘Miranda’ (‘Miranda’) of 1948; there the actress played the role of a seductive mermaid; a similar party she repeats in the movie 1954 ‘mad men’ (‘Mad About Men’).
Bright, spiritual identity, Jones has become known for; her talent recovered any role that had been touched. In 1960-th, Glynis played the owner of the hotel, with views of persistently shirk the bonds of marriage of Peter Ustinov in the adventure drama ‘On the day’ (‘The Sundowners’); then was one of her most famous roles – crazy-wife-suffragette David Thompson and the mother of the wards Julie Andrews in disney’s ‘Mary Poppins’ (‘Mary Poppins’). In ‘Dear Brigitte’ (‘Dear Brigette’) 1965 Jones played the wife of James Stewart; for their talent in 1967, she received the role of a quirky villain Penelope Picup in the popular television series of ABC’s ‘Batman’ (‘Batman’).
The actress was always proud of his Welsh roots; therefore, it is with great pleasure played by Richard Burton in the film version of ‘Under the canopy of the milky forest’ (‘Under Milkwood’). When she grew up, she began to accrue as the eccentric old ladies in the movies ‘watch the hostage’ (‘The Ref’), ‘While you were sleeping’ (‘While You Were Sleeping’) and ‘Superstar’ (‘Superstar’). She also played in his own – though short-lived series ‘Glynis’ (‘Glynis’) and got a regular role in the series ‘Adult’ (‘Coming of Age’) – where he played the eternally perky Trudy pepper.
Jones never abandoned the theater. In London talking about it after the role in ‘Peter pan’ (‘Peter Pan’) in 1943 it; next were the Broadway debut in ‘Gertie’ (‘Gertie’) 1952-wow. Returned to Broadway actress in 1956, in the play George Bernard Shaw’s ‘Major Barbara’ directed by Charles Lofton. The most famous Broadway role, Glynis was Desiree, Armfeldt, the main character of the popular musical by Hugh Wheeler and Stephen Sondheim ‘a Little night music’. Played after her scenes directed by Harold Prince, Sondheim realized that this character just needs a theme song; modern standard version of ‘Send in the Clowns’ was quickly dropped, and by the way, Glynis created a new version. During the Boston tour, Jones was sick and he raised the issue of her replacement, actress fiercely rushed to the defense of his party, declaring that no one else will get the part. The Sondheim gave her permission to speak and has not lost – the play was just triumphant; it was noted the game Glines – actress has received for this role a prize ‘Tony’ in the category ‘best main actress of the musical’.
The next return Jones on Broadway took place in 1989, restored the play ‘the Circle’ (‘Circle’) by Somerset Maugham with Rex Harrison and Stewart Granger; two years later, in 1991, she played in the Los Angeles production of ‘a Little night music’ – this time she played the role of Madame Armfeldt, the mother of his previous character. Jones also played a major role in the long island production 1998 ‘Egyptian sarcophagus’ (‘A Coffin in Egypt’).

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