Articles Tagged 'Deborah Kerr'


Five ‘Secretly British’ Stars of the Silver Screen

They are among us. They look like us, they speak like us, and they’ve fully absorbed our way of life. But they are most assuredly not like us. When they let their guards down, those hard ‘R’s start dropping, and the “blimeys” and “brilliants” start creeping into conversation. They privately listen to Take That like […]

Romances Between Royals and Regular Folk, Hollywood Style

When Britain’s Prince William and fiancée Kate Middleton exchange vows on April 29, you can bet that Hollywood will be paying attention. A royal falling for a commoner – blue-blooded William and just plain Kate began their romance while both college students at St. Andrews University in Scotland – is catnip to movie makers. Hollywood […]

The Tellyvangelist: January 3 – 9

In this week’s Tellyvangelist — your weekly guide to all that’s British on U.S. TV — Torchwood star Naoko Mori checks into Private Practice, Alex Kingston gabs it up with Doctor Who fan Craig Ferguson, and an EastEnders star pops up on an American nighttime soap. All times are in EST and are subject to […]

R.I.P. Deborah Kerr

British actress Deborah Kerr has died at age 86. Her list of credits is incredible: The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp and Black Narcissus with Powell and Pressburger; King Solomon’s Mines;The King and I; An Affair to Remember opposite Cary Grant; The Sundowners; and the role she’s probably best-known for, adulterous wife Karen Holmes […]