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Davina Whitehouse OBE (born Eileen Eliza Smith, 16 December 1912 – 25 December 2002) was an English stage, film and television actress acclaimed in both her native UK as well as Australasia.She was a star of the London stage in the 1930s before emigrating to New Zealand in 1952, finding work in radio, theatre and television (see filmography below).

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  • Davina Whitehouse OBE (born Eileen Eliza Smith, 16 December 1912 – 25 December 2002) was an English stage, film and television actress acclaimed in both her native UK as well as Australasia.She was a star of the London stage in the 1930s before emigrating to New Zealand in 1952, finding work in radio, theatre and television (see filmography below).
  • Davina Whitehouse OBE (16 December 1912 – 25 December 2002) was an English stage, film and television actress acclaimed in both her native UK as well as Australasia.She was a star of the London stage in the 1930s before emigrating to New Zealand in 1952, finding work in radio, theatre and television (see filmography below).
  • Davina Whitehouse (born Eileen Eliza Smith, 16 December 1912 – 25 December 2002), also known by the stage name Davina Craig before her marriage, was an English-born New Zealand stage, film and television actress acclaimed in both her native United Kingdom as well as Australasia.
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  • Davina Whitehouse OBE (born Eileen Eliza Smith, 16 December 1912 – 25 December 2002) was an English stage, film and television actress acclaimed in both her native UK as well as Australasia.She was a star of the London stage in the 1930s before emigrating to New Zealand in 1952, finding work in radio, theatre and television (see filmography below). In Australia, she had a successful career, particularly in the genre of soap opera, having appeared in numerous of the Crawford Productions series, and having a more prominent role in Prisoner as Maggie May Kennedy Whitehouse died on Christmas Day, 2002 in Auckland, New Zealand, aged 90, following a series of strokes. She was predeceased by her husband, Archie Whitehouse, and survived by her two children.
  • Davina Whitehouse OBE (16 December 1912 – 25 December 2002) was an English stage, film and television actress acclaimed in both her native UK as well as Australasia.She was a star of the London stage in the 1930s before emigrating to New Zealand in 1952, finding work in radio, theatre and television (see filmography below). In Australia, she had a successful career, particularly in the genre of soap opera, having appeared in numerous of the Crawford Productions series, and having a more prominent role in Prisoner: Cell Block H as "Maggie May Kennedy".Whitehouse died on Christmas Day, 2002 in Auckland, New Zealand, aged 90, following a series of strokes. She was predeceased by her husband, Archie Whitehouse, and survived by her two children.
  • Davina Whitehouse (born Eileen Eliza Smith, 16 December 1912 – 25 December 2002), also known by the stage name Davina Craig before her marriage, was an English-born New Zealand stage, film and television actress acclaimed in both her native United Kingdom as well as Australasia.
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