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But I had promised my husband never to accept another engagement. It was not a very happy time for me.

Dinah Sheridan

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Sheridan married four times: first to actor Jimmy Hanley (1942–1952) with whom Dinah Sheridan had three children then to business executive John Davis (1954–1965) then to actor John Merivale (1986–1990 his death) and finally to Aubrey Ison (1992–2007 his death). She received wide acknowledgement for her acting in 1951 as the game warden’s wife in a film about African wildlife Where No Vultures Fly. She had starring role in 1938 in Irish and Proud of It.

She acted extensively on stage and in television including appearing in the long-running 1980s sitcom Don't Wait Up. Dinah Sheridan (17 September 1920 – 25 November 2012) was an English actress with a career spanning seven decades. She was best known for roles in comedies and appeared in many films starting in the 1930s including Genevieve (1953) and The Railway Children (1970).

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