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Also Known As: Sybil Jacobs Died: August 23, 2011
Born: November 23, 1927 Cause of Death: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Birth Place: Cape Town, Western Cape, ZA Profession: actor

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Blue Bird (1940) Angela Berlingot
2.
 The Little Princess (1939) Becky
3.
 Woman Doctor (1939) Elsa Graeme
4.
 Comet over Broadway (1938) Jackie [Jacqueline Appleton]
5.
 The Great O'Malley (1937) Barbara Phillips
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 The Singing Kid (1936) Sybil
7.
 The Captain's Kid (1936) Abigail Prentiss
8.
 Little Big Shot (1935) Gloria [Gibbs]
9.
 I Found Stella Parish (1935) Gloria Parish
10.
 Barnacle Bill (1935)
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Jason began playing the piano at age two and, a year later, began making public appearances doing impersonations of Maurice Chevalier. She was introduced to the theatre-going public of London by way of her uncle, Harry Jacobson, a then-popular London orchestra leader and also pianist to Gracie Fields. The apex of her career came with a concert performance with Frances Day at London's Palace Theatre. Jason's theatre work led to appearances on radio and phonograph records, and a supporting role in the film Barnacle Bill (1935).

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