Actress Nora Nicholson was known for her roles on the silver screen. Nicholson began her career with roles in the comedy "Raising a Riot" (1955) with Kenneth More, "Sea Wife" (1957) with Richard Burton and the drama "A Town Like Alice" (1958) with Virginia McKenna. She went on to act in "Law and Disorder" (1958) with Michael Redgrave, the dramatic adventure "The Three Lives of Thomasina" (1963) with Patrick McGoohan and "Run a Crooked Mile" (NBC, 1969-1970). She also appeared in "The Forsyte Saga" (PBS, 1969-1970). Later in her career, Nicholson acted in the Jean Simmons comedy "Say Hello to Yesterday" (1970). Nicholson passed away in September 1973 at the age of 81.