Who is Dame Sybil Thorndike?

  • (noun): English actress (1882-1976).
    Synonyms: Thorndike

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    We don’t want bores in the theatre. We don’t want standardised acting, standard actors with standard-shaped legs. Acting needs everybody, cripples, dwarfs and people with noses so long. Give us something that is different.
    —Dame Sybil Thorndike (1882–1976)

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    We don’t want bores in the theatre. We don’t want standardised acting, standard actors with standard-shaped legs. Acting needs everybody, cripples, dwarfs and people with noses so long. Give us something that is different.
    —Dame Sybil Thorndike (1882–1976)