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Margot Christie


B: August 8, 1909 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Margot Christie began life as Marguerite Eliza Syme. Her last name changed when she married the actor and director Robert Christie in 1937. She is usually remembered for her role of Marilla Cuthbert in the 1956 film Anne of Green Gables and its 1958 reprise. She worked primarily during television’s Golden Age appearing in individual dramatic productions under the umbrella titles Scope, On Camera, Folio, Encounter and others. We have noted those titles after the title of the specific production in which Margot Christie appeared.
Also see: Robert Christie
Also see: Dinah Christie

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

The Bridge (TV-1953, Encounter)
Sunshine Town (TV-1954, Scope)
The Salt of the Earth (TV-11955, Encounter)
Catch a Falling Star (TV-1955, Encounter)
Oh, Canada! (TV-1955, Scope)
Saturday Night Whipping (TV-1955, On Camera)
Man in 308 (TV-1955, On Camera)
Kingdoms Child (TV-1956, On Camera)
The Devil’s Instrument (TV-1956, Folio)
Anne of Green Gables (TV-1956)
The American (TV-1956, General Motors Theatre)
To Ride a Tiger (TV-1956, General Motors Theatre)
Distinguished Gathering (TV-1956, Encounter)
Anne of Green Gables (TV-1958)
A Question of Discipline (TV-1958, Encounter)
Epitaph at Little Buffalo (TV-1958, Encounter)
Pride and Prejudice (TV-1958, Encounter)

One Plus One (1961)
Trial of Lady Chatterley (TV-1962, Quest)
Romeo and Jeanette (TV-1965, Festival)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
The Wayne & Shuster Show (1955)
Maggie Muggins (1955)

Quest (1962)

McQueen (1970)
The Collaborators (1974)