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Ivor Barnard (1887–1953)

Ivor Barnard was born on June 13, 1887 in London, England. He was an actor, known for Great Expectations (1946), Beat the Devil (1953) and Oliver Twist (1948). He died on June 30, 1953 in London. See full bio »

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(age 66) in London, England, UK

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 1953 Malta Story
Old Man (uncredited)
 1953 Sea Devils
Benson
 1952 Hot Ice
Edwin Carson
 1952 A Cradle of Willow (TV Movie)
Master Clampett
 1952 Time, Gentlemen, Please!
Timothy Crouch
 1952 The Importance of Being Earnest
Coach Driver (uncredited)
 1951 Hell Is Sold Out
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
 1950 Madeleine
Mr. Murdoch
 1949 Paper Orchid
Eustace Crabb
 1949 The Queen of Spades
Bookseller
 1948 Dulcimer Street
Mr. Justice Plymme
 1948 Oliver Twist
Chairman of the Board
 1948 So Evil My Love
Mr. Watson
 1947 Mrs. Fitzherbert
Rev. Burt
 1947 So Well Remembered
Spivey
 1946 Appointment with Crime
Jonah Crackle
 1946 The Grand Escapade
Fisherman
 1945 What Do We Do Now?
Ted Goof
 1945 Caesar and Cleopatra
Second Nobleman
 1945 The Wicked Lady
Clergyman at Hanging
 1945 Query
Woody
 1945 Vacation from Marriage
Chemist
 1945 Great Day
Bailiff
 1944 Don't Take It to Heart
Bus-Driver
 1944 Her Man Gilbey
Mr. Quiel
 1944 Hotel Reserve
P. Molon, chemist [druggist]
 1943 Escape to Danger
Henry Waud
 1943 Underground Guerrillas
Stationmaster
 1943 The Silver Fleet
Admiral
 1943 The New Lot (Short)
Photographer (uncredited)
 1941 The Saint's Vacation
Emil
 1941 Quiet Wedding
Bass (uncredited)
 1940 The House of the Arrow
Jean Cladel
 1940 The Stars Look Down
Wept
 1939 Cheer Boys Cheer
Naseby
 1939 One Night, One Day... (TV Movie)
Johnny
 1939 The Silver Box (TV Movie)
Clerk of the Court
 1939 Passion, Poison and Petrifaction (TV Movie)
The Doctor
 1939 The Chance of a Lifetime (TV Movie)
Corky Legg, a one-legged gossip
 1939 The Coffin (TV Movie)
Will Endicott
 1939 Katharine and Petruchio (TV Movie)
Grumio
 1939 Bees on the Boat-Deck (TV Movie)
Fletherington
 1939 Eye Witness (Short)
 1939 Oh Dear Uncle! (Short)
Uncle Goodman
 1938 The Ringer (TV Movie)
Samuel Hackitt
 1938 Everything Happens to Me
Martin
 1938 What a Man!
Mayor
 1938 The White Chateau (TV Movie)
 1938 Rococo (TV Short)
The Rev. Simon Underwood (1939 version)
 1938 Bird in Hand (TV Movie)
Mr. Blanquet
 1938 Black Magic (TV Movie)
Forbes
 1937 Victoria the Great
Assassin
 1937 Storm in a Teacup
Watkins
 1937 Double Exposures
Mather
 1937 Farewell to Cinderella
Mr. Temperley
 1937 I Married a Spy
Baldhead
 1937 The Mill on the Floss
Mr. Moss
 1936 Dreams Come True (uncredited)
 1936 The Man Behind the Mask
Hewitt
 1935 Foreign Affaires
Count
 1935 Someday
Hope
 1935 Mister Hobo
Vagrant (uncredited)
 1935 The 39 Steps
Political Meeting Chairman (uncredited)
 1935 The Village Squire
Mr. Worsford
 1935 The Price of Wisdom
Bonny
 1934 Death at a Broadcast
Joseph Higgins (uncredited)
 1934 Brides to Be
John Boyle
 1934 Alexandra
Ivanoff
 1934 Love, Life and Laughter
Troubetski
 1933 The Roof
Arthur Stannard
 1933/I The Wandering Jew
Castro
 1933 Sleeping Car
Durande
 1933 The Crime at Blossoms
A late visitor
 1932 Blind Spot
Mull
 1932 Illegal
Albert
 1931 Sally in Our Alley
Tod Small
 1931 The Skin Game
Bit Part (uncredited)
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He acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Seagull," in a Theodor Komisarjevsky production at the New Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Edith Evans, Peggy Ashcroft, Martita Hunt, Leon Quartermaine, Stephen Haggard, George Devine, Clare Harris, and Frederick Lloyd in the cast. See more »
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Thin, ferrety-faced character actor who excelled at playing twitchy, nervous little men or underhanded, sneaky types. At his best, playing Wemmick in 'Great Expectations' (1946) and the unpleasant Major Ross in John Huston's 'Beat the Devil'(1953). See more »

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