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Alan Aynesworth (1864–1959)

Alan Aynesworth was born on April 14, 1864 in Camberley, Surrey, England as Edward Abbot-Anderson. He was an actor, known for Women of Dolwyn (1949), Love, Life & Laughter (1934) and Brown Sugar (1931). He was married to Edith Margaret Liddell. He died on August 21, 1959 in Camberley. See full bio »
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Known For

Women of Dolwyn
Women of Dolwyn Lord Lancashire
Love, Life & Laughter
Brown Sugar
Brown Sugar Lord Knightsbridge
The Iron Duke
The Iron Duke Louis XVIII


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 1949 Women of Dolwyn
Lord Lancashire (as Allan Aynesworth)
 1939 Young Man's Fancy
Mr. Trubshaw (as Allan Aynesworth)
 1937 I, Claudius
Asiatacus, Senator
 1935 Brewster's Millions
 1934 The Iron Duke
Louis XVIII (as Allan Aynesworth)
 1934 Little Friend
Col. Amberley
 1934 Love, Life & Laughter
King Boris (as Allan Aynesworth)
 1933 Leave It to Smith
Lord Trench
 1931 Bachelor's Folly
Edmund Garth
 1931 Brown Sugar
Lord Knightsbridge
 1922 Flames of Passion
Mr. Forbes
 1922 The Game of Life

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He acted in Henry V. Esmond's play, "Billy's Little Love Affair," at the Criterion Theatre in London, England with Eva Moore, Charlotte Granville, Sam Sothern, Mark Kinghorne, Charles Groves, and Florence St. John in the cast. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Allan Aynesworth

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From a military family. One of his brothers, Sir Maurice Abbot-Anderson, was physician to the Princess Royal.

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