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George Grossmith (I) (1874–1935)

George Grossmith was born on May 11, 1874 in London, England. He was an actor and writer, known for Wedding Rehearsal (1932), Reserved for Ladies (1932) and Women Everywhere (1930). He was married to Gertrude Elizabeth Rudge (actress Adelaide Astor). He died on June 6, 1935 in London. See full bio »


(age 61) in London, England, UK
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Known For

Wedding Rehearsal
Wedding Rehearsal Earl of Stokeshire
Reserved for Ladies
Reserved for Ladies The King (Mr. Westlake)
Women Everywhere
Women Everywhere Aristide Brown
Winning a Widow
Winning a Widow Mr Parsons Green


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 1934 Alexandra
King Christian of Aufland
 1934 La châtelaine du Liban
Le colonel Hobson
 1933 Les Amoureux
Erik Drakton
 1933 The Girl from Maxim's
The general
 1933 L'homme à l'Hispano
Lord Oswill (as Georges Grossmith)
 1932 Wedding Rehearsal
Earl of Stokeshire
 1932 Reserved for Ladies
The King (Mr. Westlake)
 1930 Are You There?
Duke of St. Pancras
 1930 Those Three French Girls
Earl of Ippleton
 1930 Women Everywhere
Aristide Brown
 1913 The Argentine Tango and Other Dances (Short)
 1910 Winning a Widow (Short)
Mr Parsons Green
 1909 A Gaiety Duet (Short)
Honourable Hugh
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 1932 Wedding Rehearsal (story)
 1930 Women Everywhere (story)
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 1930 Women Everywhere (writer: "All the Family")

Personal Details

Other Works:

Peggy (1911). Musical. Music by Leslie Stuart. Book by George Grossmith. Lyrics by C.H. Bovill. Based on "L'Amorcage" by Leon Xanroff and Gaston Guerin. Featuring songs by Irving Berlin. Conducted by Silvio Hein. Directed by Ned Wayburn. Casino Theatre: 7 Dec 1911- 6 Jan 1912 (36 performances). Cast: Betty Adams (as "Chorus"), ... See more »

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2 Print Biographies | 5 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

George Grossmith Jr. | Georges Grossmith


6' 1" (1.85 m)

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Spouse Gertrude Rudge appeared on the stage as Adelaide Astor. See more »

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