Phyllis Calvert (February 18, 1915 - October 8, 2002) was an English film and stage actress.
Born Phyllis Hannah Bickle in Chelsea, she had her first film role at the age of 12, in The Arcadians (1927). She first found success the film adaptation of H. G. Wells' Kipps (1941), but it was The Man in Grey (1943) that confirmed her status. She acted in over 40 films, along with a successful stage career from the 1960s. She was married to the actor Peter Murray Hill and she died in London in 2002, from natural causes, aged 87.