Person - Enid Lorimer

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Enid Lorimer directed Counter Attack 1943, designed by William Constable. A London-born Theosophist, she sailed to Australia in October 1923 to be artistic director of the Star Amphitheatre at Balmoral, and lived at the Theosophists’ The Manor at Mosman. She “mothered” Peter Finch, acted in radio serials, and helped Hal Alexander reform Actors Equity. After 1952 she travelled back and forth to the UK. On Australian television she appeared in Homicide and The Young Doctors. Created OAM, she died at Wahroonga on 15 July 1982.

Enid Lorimer has Wikipedia and Australian Dictionary of Biography entries.

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