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Gladys Cooper

Gladys Cooper by Bassano, 1910 Gladys Cooper started her career at age 6 as a photographic model before becoming a stage actress as a teenager. She transitioned to silent film, then talkies and, later, television.

VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHY: Gladys Cooper by Alexander Bassano 1910

Dame Gladys Cooper by Alexander Bassano, half-plate negative, 1910 - National Portrait Gallery, London. Dame Gladys Constance Cooper DBE was an English actress whose career spanned seven decades on stage, in films and on television.

Gladys Cooper. She reminds me a little of Kristin "I'm incapable of breathing through my nose" Stewart.

Gladys Cooper (English actress from What a poignant photo. Dame Gladys Constance Cooper, DBE was an English actress whose career spanned seven decades on stage, in films and on television.

1912 portrait of a woman.  Absolutely gorgeous!

Gladys Cooper, 1910 “The actress Gladys Cooper, later to be the star of stage and screen in The Second Mrs Tanquery and My Fair Lady, wears a high-waisted Empire line evening dress in the new fluid,.

The first two ladies have not been identified. The third from the top is Gladys Cooper; the fourth is Lady Cynthia Asquith; and the last is Lillian Albertson.

The first two ladies have not been identified. The third from the top is Gladys Cooper; the fourth is Lady Cynthia Asquith; and the last is Lillian Albertson.

Photo Postcard - Actress Glamour Girl - Gladys Constance Cooper ~ (1888–1971) was an English actress whose career spanned seven decades on stage, in films and on television.

Vintage Postcard - Actress Glamour Girl - Gladys Cooper

Photo Postcard - Actress Glamour Girl - Gladys Constance Cooper ~ was an English actress whose career spanned seven decades on stage, in films and on television.

Gladys Cooper (1888-1971), English actress.  (photo: Bassano, London, circa 1908; tinted postcard no. E.2022 published by the Aristophot Co Ltd, London, circa 1908)

(photo: Bassano, London, circa tinted postcard no. published by the Aristophot Co Ltd, London, circa

Vintage Photography: Gladys Cooper (1888-1971)

Lady Brunswitch kept a bland expression on her face and waited for the inevitable "Fat lady sings" joke.