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W.H. Berry (1870–1951)

W.H. Berry was born on March 23, 1870 in London, England as William Henry Berry. He was an actor, known for The Bosun's Mate (1914), The Student's Romance (1935) and Music Hath Charms (1935). He was married to Kitty Hanson (actress) and Agnes Lydon. He died on May 2, 1951 in London. See full bio »

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(age 81) in London, England, UK

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Known For

The Bosun's Mate
The Bosun's Mate George Benn
(1914)
The Student's Romance
(1935)
Music Hath Charms
Music Hath Charms Basil Turner
(1935)
Mister Cinders
Mister Cinders Police Constable Merks
(1934)

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 1936 A Star Fell from Heaven
Tomson
 1936 Once in a Million
Gallivert
 1935 Music Hath Charms
Basil Turner
 1935 Honours Easy
Joe Budd
 1935 The Student's Romance
Pedell
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
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 1934 Mister Cinders
Police Constable Merks
 1914 The Bosun's Mate (Short)
George Benn
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He acted in Charles Cuvillier's musical, "Naughty Princess," at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with George Grossmith, Lily St. John, and Amy Augarde in the cast. See more »

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He was asked to play the part of Wilkins Micawber in David Copperfield, but he had to turn it down due to the fact that his wife was seriously ill and he refused to leave her side. Ironically, though, he took over for W. C. Fields when Poppy debuted in England and Fields remained in New York City. See more »

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