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Barry K. Barnes (1906–1965)

Barry K. Barnes was born on December 27, 1906 in London, England as Nelson Barry Mackintosh Barnes. He was an actor, known for Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel (1937), This Man Is News (1938) and Spies of the Air (1940). He was married to Diana Churchill. He died on January 12, 1965 in London. See full bio »

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(age 58) in London, England, UK
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 1948 Cup-Tie Honeymoon
Grumpy customer
 1947 Dancing with Crime
Paul Baker
 1940 Two for Danger
Tony Grigson
 1940 Girl in the News
Stephen Farringdon
 1940 Law and Disorder
Larry Preston
 1940 Spies of the Air
Peter Thurloe
 1940 The Midas Touch
Evan Jones
 1938 The Ware Case
Michael Adye
 1938 You're the Doctor
John Meriden
 1938 Prison Without Bars
Dr. Georges Marechal
 1938 Who Goes Next?
Maj. Hamilton
 1936 Dodging the Dole
The Dole Dodger

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He acted in 'Rene Fauchois' and Williams' play, "The Late Christopher Bean", at the St. James' Theatre in London, England with Edith Evans, Cedric Hardwicke, Louise Hampton and Frederick Leister in the cast. See more »

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British character actor, trained at RADA. On stage from 1927, films from 1937. Was best known for his performance as Sir Percy Blakeney in Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel (1937), which he followed up with another hit in the comedy mystery This Man Is News (1938). His later career was marred by an illness he contracted during World War II. His second wife was the actress Diana Churchill.

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