René Ray

Rène Ray (born Irene Lilian Creese) was a British stage and screen actress of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. She was the third wife of the Earl of Midleton and was also a successful novelist and amateur painter in later life.


The Vicious Circle (1957)
as Mrs. Ambler
The Good Die Young (1954)
as Angela Morgan
Women of Twilight (1952)
as Vivianne Bruce
If Winter Comes (1947)
as Sarah 'Low Jinks'
They Made Me a Fugitive (1947)
as Cora (as Rene Ray)
Old Bill and Son (1941)
as Sally
A Call for Arms! (1940)
as Joan
The Return of the Frog (1938)
as Lela Oaks
Weddings Are Wonderful (1938)
as Betty Leadbetter
Housemaster (1938)
as Chris Faringdon
Bank Holiday (1938)
as Doreen Richards
The Green Cockatoo (1937)
as Eileen
The Rat (1937)
as Odile Verdier
Jennifer Hale (1937)
as Jennifer Hale
Farewell Again (1937)
as Elsie Wainwright
Please Teacher (1937)
as Ann Trent
His Lordship (1936)
as Vera
Crime Over London (1936)
as Joan
Beloved Imposter (1936)
as Mary
Secret Agent (1936)
Street Song (1935)
as Lucy
The Passing of the Third Floor Back (1935)
as Stasia
Once in a New Moon (1935)
as Stella Drake
Tiger Bay (1934)
as Letty
Born Lucky (1933)
as Mops
When London Sleeps (1932)
as Mary
Dance Pretty Lady (1932)
as Elsie
Two White Arms (1932)
as Trixie
Keepers of Youth (1931)
as Kitty Williams
Young Woodley (1930)
as Kitty
Varsity (1930)
as Iris
High Treason (1929) © 2021

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