Valerie Hobson

Apr 14, 1917


British actress Valerie Hobson had barely begun her studies at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts when, at 16, she was discovered for the movies. In 1934, Hobson was signed to a Hollywood contract by Universal pictures, where for a frustrating 12 months she served as a Fay Wray substitute in roles calling for wide-eyed terror and little else. During… More


Valerie Hobson Videos

Kind Hearts And Coronets
3 minutes 59 seconds
Blanche Fury: She's Very Weak
2 minutes 50 seconds
2 minutes 48 seconds
Spy In Black
16 seconds
Werewolf Of London
1 minutes 24 seconds

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