Frieda Inescort (June 29, 1901 - February 26, 1976) was a British actress.
Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, she was the daughter of the actress Elaine Inescourt. Her first Broadway performance was in 1922 and over the course of the next thirteen years, she acted in sixteen productions, and established herself as a notable dramatic actress.
She moved to Hollywood and made her film debut in The Dark Angel (1935). Her films include Mary of Scotland (1936), Pride and Prejudice (1940), The Letter (1940), The Trial of Mary Dugan (1941), The Courtship of Andy Hardy (1946) and A Place in the Sun (1951).
Inescort died in Woodland Hills, California from multiple sclerosis, a disease she had been diagnosed with in 1932.