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One of Britain's best-known actresses, SYLVIA SYMS trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and was already performing on stage by the time she was spotted for films by director Herbert Wilcox and his wife, the British star Anna Neagle. She played Neagle's problem daughter in MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER (1956), followed by another Neagle/Wilcox collaboration with NO TIME FOR TEARS (1957).

Syms's film credits in the late 1950s and early 1960s include ICE-COLD IN ALEX (1958), FERRY TO HONG KONG (1959), CONSPIRACY OF HEARTS (1960), EXPRESSO BONGO (1960), THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG (1960) and VICTIM (1961).

She was nominated three times for British Film Academy Awards, twice for best actress in WOMAN IN A DRESSING GOWN (1957), and NO TREES IN THE STREET (1958), and once for supporting actress in THE TAMARIND SEED (1974).

More recently she has featured in ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS (1986), SHIRLEY VALENTINE (1989), SHINING THROUGH (1992), I'LL SLEEP WHEN I'M DEAD (2003) and THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE (2005).

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