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Richard Bird (I) (1894–1986)

Richard Bird was born in 1894 in Liverpool, England. He was an actor and director, known for What Happened Then? (1934), The Warren Case (1934) and I'll Walk Beside You (1943). He was married to Joyce Barbour. He died on September 28, 1986 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. See full bio »

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 1969 Public Eye (TV Series)
- Case for the Defence (1969) ... Jackson
 1964 Detective (TV Series)
Seth Crabtree
- A Connoisseur's Case (1964) ... Seth Crabtree
 1962-1963 The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre (TV Series)
Fox / Ted Cupps
- Return to Sender (1963) ... Fox
- Death Trap (1962) ... Ted Cupps
 1963 Return to Sender
 1962 Probation Officer (TV Series)
Mr Nathan
- Episode #4.4 (1962) ... Mr Nathan
 1962 Death Trap
Ted Cupps
 1958 Ivanhoe (TV Series)
Sir Jocelyn
- Arms and the Women (1958) ... Sir Jocelyn
 1949 Forbidden
 1944 Don't Take It to Heart
Ghost Arthur
 1943 I'll Walk Beside You
John Brent
 1937 Bulldog Drummond at Bay
 1936 Sensation
Henry Beicher
 1935 The Crouching Beast
Nigel Druce
 1935 Night Mail
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
Drinker (uncredited)
 1935 Mimi
 1934 What Happened Then?
Peter Bromley
 1934 The Great Defender
Eric Hammond
 1934 The Warren Case
Louis Bevan
 1933 The Right to Live
Richard Fulton
 1932 Nine Till Six
Jimmie Pennarth
 1932 Edgar Wallace's White Face the Fiend
Donald Bateman
 1932 A Letter of Warning (Short)
Eric WAterlow
 1932 The Water Gipsies
 1932 Impromptu (Short)
 1931 The Professional Guest (Short)
The Guest
 1931 Number, Please (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Direcgted Gilbert Wakefield's play, "Tea for Two", at the Comedy Theatre in London, England, with Elsie Randolph, Hugh Wakefield, Henry Kendall, Geoffrey Sumner, Margery Morris and Leo de Pokorny in the cast. See more »

Alternate Names:

Dick Bird

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Amiable British supporting actor, on stage from 1917 with the Liverpool Repertory Company. On the screen often appeared in middle-aged comedy roles.

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