Irene Browne

Irene Browne Age, Net Worth & All Biography - Updated Dec 2022

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London, England
Birth Sign
Cancer

Birthday
Birthplace
London, England

Irene Browne was a British actress and singer. Moreover, Irene Browne is best known for The Red Shoes (1948), Drink (1917) and I’ll Never Forget You (1951).

Early Life and Childhood

Irene Browne was born on the 29th of June 1896, in London, England. At 69 years old, she passes away and holds British nationality. She has a zodiac sign of Cancer and her ethical background is unknown.

Similarly, there is no other information regarding her childhood life, parents, or siblings. However, this age might have been raised well as a child by her parents.

Talking about her academic carer, Browne might have completed her graduation from a well-known university nearby her hometown.

Death

At the age of 69, she died in London due to cancer in 1965.

Professional Career

Regarding her professional career, Irene Browne began her theatrical career as a dancer in H.B. Irving’s company in 1910 and quickly rose to serious roles, appearing the following year in J. Comyns Carr’s dramatization of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

She worked as an actress in Australia for three years (The Times mistook her for Australian in 1915). She returned to London and appeared in musical comedy, including the title character in My Lady Frayle with Courtice Pounds in 1916.

Moreover, she appeared in a revue with Beatrice Lillie in 1922, where she was seen by Basil Dean and cast in his revival of Arthur Wing Pinero’s 1899 playThe Gay Lord Quex at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, starring alongside George Grossmith Jr., in which “she took the house by storm.”

She appeared in the initial London production of No, No, Nanette in 1925. (“Miss Irene Browne glitters most dangerously”). She soon went on a two-year tour in America. Browne returned to the UK and performed in Noel Coward’s Cavalcade (1931) at Drury Lane, followed by the Hollywood film adaptation two years later.

Irene Browne

Caption: Irene Browne in ‘The Happy Husband (Source: National Museum of American History)

She remained involved with Coward, creating characters in his musicals Conversation Piece (1934), After the Ball (1954), and The Girl Who Came to Supper (1963), as well as appearing in Blithe Spirit and Relative Values throughout their long West End performances.

Moreover, she also performed in North Carolina. Moreover, she co-starred alongside Sybil Thorndike in Hunter’s long-running Waters of the Moon (filling the character created by Edith Evans). She also performed in plays by Ivor Novello, Dodie Smith, William Wycherley, and St. John Hankin. She also acted in several Hollywood films.

Awards

During her acting career, Browne did not earn any kinds of awards or recognition till the time of her birth date.

Irene Browne – Net Worth 2022

Officially, there are no exact data or details regarding her earnings, net worth, and salary. However, being a well-known actress, she might have collected a decent sum of money in her career. According to an online website, her net worth is estimated at around $1 million at the time of her death.

Relationship Status

Regarding her relationship, there is no exact data or information available at the moment. During her professional career, she was not linked with any guy or person.

However, we may presume that this actress might be single and unmarried till the time of her death. Likewise, she was not a part of controversy or rumors till her death.

Irene Browne – Body Measurements

Browne stands 5 feet 6 inches tall. Likewise, she has blonde hair and there is no other information related to her body stats.

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Caption: Irene Browne posing for a photo (Source: Regis Autographs )

Social Media

This British actress is no more in this world, so she is not active on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.