Helena Pickard (13 October 1900 – 27 September 1959) was an English stage, film and television actress.. Career. height is 5 ft. 3 1/2 in., colouring blonde. HARDWICKE and the birth of their son EDWARD in 1932. Her height is 5 ft. 3 1/2 in., colouring blonde. Recreations: riding, swimming and reading. died when he crashed into the back of a stationary brewer's lorry. There are occasions when we are unsure of the identity of a sitter or artist, their life dates, occupation or have not recorded their family relationships. dated 28th September 1959, For quite a while I could not find any information about By ticking permission to publish you are indicating your agreement for your contribution to be shown on this collection item page. Dołącz do Facebooka, by mieć kontakt z „Hélène Pickard” i innymi, których możesz znać. photograph of the  family in the National Portrait Gallery which is The following table lists the films that paper reported on 13th January that the Coroner had returned a verdict of While working in the United States she appeared in two Hollywood productions before returning to Britain. Later, after divorcing Hardwicke, she married the financier Herbert Rothbarth. Recreations: riding, swimming and … actress, the former wife of Sir Cedric Hardwicke. Attercliffe Cum Darnall, The "Jewellery valued at about £3,000 was stolen on Monday night (26th September Spotted an error, information that is missing (a sitter’s life dates, occupation or family relationships, or a date of portrait for example) or do you know anything that we don't know? The parties were married in 1927. She played the female lead in the 1931 comedy Splinters in the Navy but mostly appeared in supporting roles. Please note your email address will not be displayed on the page nor will it be used for any marketing material or promotion of any kind. In their twenty three year marriage Helena appeared in just 11 films whereas her While working in the United States she appeared in two Hollywood productions before returning to Britain. During her later career she appeared occasionally on television in series such as The Four Just Men. It reported that There is a The son of the first marriage who is mentioned in the above All contributions are moderated. List of Films Helena appeared in (1924 - 1956), Five years after the divorce Helena was in the news again. Helena Pickard Bio, Photos, Theatre Credits, Stage History - learn all about their career on stage. notices and reports is Richard in the Pantry." Switchboard: +44 (0) 20 7306 0055, You must have Javascript enabled to view zooming images, We are currently closed until spring 2023, while essential building works take place, Helena Marie Hardwicke (née Pickard, later Rothbart), Before Windrush: Images of Black and Asian Figures, Photographic holdings - print and negative collections. She was an actress, known for The Lodger (1944), The Lady with a Lamp (1951) and Vanity Fair (1956). First film was "Lord Sister of Group Captain Percy Pickard DSO** DFC. CREDITS Broadway; Flare Path (Dec 23, 1942 - Jan 02, 1943) Performer: Helena Pickard [Mrs. Miller] PlayOriginal. Clicking Of Cuthbert " (Andrew P. Wilson - Stoll Film Company) which was The same the same period totalled 50. NB. Godfrey Phillips' Stars of British Films series of cigarette cards - The Times newspaper did thankfully carry a report of the If you have information to share please complete the form below. During her later career she appeared occasionally on television in series including The Four Just Men, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Vanity Fair, and in the BBC radio series Saturday Night Theatre. Join Facebook to connect with Helena Pickard and others you may know. Looking for something to watch? Helena Pickard (13 October 1900 – 27 September 1959) was a British stage, film and television actress. Civil Parish Darnall Rural District  Town or Village or Hamlet Checkendon Court near Reading. Other Works ". gained from a fire escape on the roof. Australia 1934). The Times dated Wednesday 28th September 1955 (page5 Issue 53337) reported a by Bassano Ltdbromide print, 1930sPurchased, 1996Photographs CollectionNPG x85694. Please enable JavaScript in your browser's settings to use this part of Geni. The article goes on to state that " In the Divorce Court Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. spent increasing amounts of time in the USA and in 1948 went to live there on a of both these deaths. She was married to the celebrated actor Cedric Hardwicke, with whom she had a son, Edward Hardwicke, who also became an actor. She was an actress, known for The Lodger (1944), The Lady with a Lamp (1951) and Vanity Fair (1956). She was married to Herbert Rothbarth and Cedric Hardwicke. |  (page10 Issue 54577). gone" she said yesterday. How do you know this? last being Double Cross in 1956. Which Is the Most Suspenseful Film of Alfred Hitchcock? Her zodiac sign was Libra. He is probably best remembered for his TV ", Helena did remarry but unfortunately I only know this on View the profiles of people named Helena Pickard. to "barbituric poisoning", In April 2012 I had another attempt to ascertain the details Administrative County Sheffield Ward of Municipal Borough or Urban District She died on September 27, 1959 in Oxfordshire, England. Helena Pickard (1900-1959) - An actress from Sheffield (Taken from The Godfrey Phillips' Stars of British Films series of cigarette cards - Australia 1934) Born Sheffield, Yorkshire on 13th October 1900. and websites. The following day The Times ((page17 MRS H. ROTHBARTH (actress Helena Pickard) the former wife You can buy a print of most illustrated portraits. Wodehouse. She died on Sunday, September 27th, 1959 at the age of fifty-eight (58) in Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom. The Times states in it's edition dated 7th January 1960 that he In its edition dated 8th October 1959 there is this account of Helena's Later, after divorcing Hardwicke, she married the financier Herbert Rothbarth. Helena Pickard was born on October 13, 1900 in Hansworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England as Helena Marie Pickard. Helena Pickard (13 October 1900 – 27 September 1959) was a British stage, film and television actress. Please Like other favourites! permanent basis. From "Veronica Mars" to Rebecca take a look back at the career of Armie Hammer on and off the screen. Pickard was the sister of Group Captain Percy Charles Pickard, RAF, who died during the Second World War while leading the air raid on Amiens Prison in Operation Jericho on 18 February 1944. information on Helena's acting career but the initial impression I received was verdict was a formality. Hardwicke". She played the female lead in the 1931 comedy Splinters in the Navy but mostly appeared in supporting roles. In The Times dated Friday 12th May 1950 (Page3 Issue 51689) Profession or Occupation Juvenile catalogued as NPG x31168 - Helena Hardwicke (née Pickard); Edward 1955) from the flat in Aldwych,WC, of Lady Hardwicke -  Helena Pickard the husband Sir Cedric Webster Hardwicke. Prices start at £6 for unframed prints, £25 for framed prints. Edward "£3,000 Jewel Theft at Actress's Flat.". "Everything of value has actress with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Ex-wife of Sir Cedric Hardwicke Contribute. is not entirely correct. Helena Pickard (1900-1959) - An actress from Sheffield (Taken from The Godfrey Phillips' Stars of British Films series of cigarette cards - Australia 1934). Your contributions must be polite and with no intention of causing trouble. and Testament of Helena's second husband Herbert ROTHBARTH. The Guardian dated First film was "Lord Richard in the Pantry." Please note that we cannot provide valuations. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helena_Pickard. Husband, Cedric Hardwicke. Husband, Cedric Hardwicke. months later. The suit was undefended. However he seems to have Geni requires JavaScript! But what startled me was that her death was due Pickard was a prominent character actress in West End plays such as When We Are Married and Flare Path and also appeared on Broadway. The following year her husband received a knighthood from Help us build our profile of Helena Pickard! St John's Wood, NW., a decree nisi of divorce on the ground of adultery of her Helena Pickard was born on October 13, 1900 in Hansworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England as Helena Marie Pickard. Performer: Helena Pickard [Mrs. Squeamish] PlayComedyOriginal. She died on September 27, 1959 in Oxfordshire, England. Sex Female 1901 Census Record The Gallery holds the most extensive collection of portraits in the world. Helena Pickard was born on October 13th, in Hansworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. Hansworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, UK, View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro. Helena Marie Hardwicke (née Pickard, later Rothbart) (1900-1959), Stage, film and television actress; former wife of Sir Cedric Webster Hardwicke, and later wife of Herbert Rothbart; daughter of Percy Pickard. Issue 54578) gave a fuller obituary of Helena that is produced below, There is a rather tragic end to Helena's life. Helena appeared in - reviews of the films can be found in the usual Film Guides accidental death. 13th October 1900. County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District Sheffield Ecclesiastical Parish Holy Trinity Parliamentary Borough or Division Attercliffe Helena Pickard is a member of the following lists: People from Sheffield, 1900 births and 1959 deaths.. Helena Pickard was born on October 13, 1900 in Hansworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England as Helena Marie Pickard. EDWARD October 1933. She was 59. accolade for an actor that was quite rare at the time. Inquest. Herbert died in a car accident. Born Sheffield, Yorkshire on 13th October 1900. Reviews, interviews and features from the international film magazine. husband's output over Helena Pickard (13 October 1900 – 27 September 1959) was a British stage, film and television actress. Helena Pickard (13 October 1900 – 27 September 1959) was a British stage, film and television actress. Login to add information, pictures and relationships, join in discussions and get credit for your contributions. yesterday, JUDGE ALUN PUGH granted Lady (Helena Mary) Hardwicke of Avenue Road, Helena Pickard was an English actress. 9th February 1960 carried this report, And so just after three months after his wife's death, Sitter in 3 portraits. Do you have specialist knowledge or a particular interest about any aspect of the portrait or sitter or artist that you can share with us? that her career was certainly compromised by her marriage in 1928 to the actor CEDRIC Join Facebook to connect with Helena Pickard and others you may know. Can you tell us more about this portrait? As indicated in the notice he  followed in his parents footsteps and became a noted British Helena appeared in a 1924 British silent comedy " The More information. Select the portrait of interest to you, then look out for a Buy a Print button. Helena Pickard, Actress: The Lodger. Contributions are moderated. death, On the evidence that was presented to the Coroner, the Pickard was a prominent character actress in West End plays such as Sometimes we have not recorded the date of a portrait. Official Sites. there is a small report that is headlined "Decree Nisi against Sir Cedric She was an actress, known for, Hansworth, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, UK, Inspirational Women's History Trailblazer Biopics. She was married to Herbert Rothbarth and Cedric Hardwicke. If you require information from us, please use our Archive enquiry service. She committed suicide in 1959 by overdosing on sleeping pills,[1] with her remains handled at Golders Green Crematorium. Pickard was a prominent character actress in West End plays such as When We Are Married and Flare Path and also appeared on Broadway. Born Sheffield, Yorkshire on actor in both the theatre and television. The National Portrait Gallery will NOT use your information to contact you or store for any other purpose than to investigate or display your contribution. What to Watch if You Miss the "Game of Thrones" Cast.