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Webster Booth (1902–1984)

British tenor. He began his career with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, 1923-1927. He became a prolific recording artist, and made innumerable broadcasts. Married to Anne Ziegler. See full bio »


(age 82) in Llandudno, Wales, UK

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Known For

Demobbed Himself (special guest)
The Laughing Lady
The Robber Symphony
The Robber Symphony Le brigand chanteur


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 1965 King Hendrik
Sir Anthony
 1963 Kimberley Jim
Mr. Bradley
 1953 Gilbert and Sullivan
 1946 The Laughing Lady
 1945 Waltz Time
Gypsy Troubadour
 1937 Saturday Night Revue
Webster Booth
 1937 The Robber Symphony
Le brigand chanteur
 1936 The Invader
Cantina Singer
 1926 The Mikado (Short)
Presumed Chorister (as Leslie W. Booth)
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Show Show Self (13 credits)

Personal Details

Other Works:

He and Anne Ziegler performed in the revue, "Variety," at the London Coliseum in London, England with Henry Hall and his Orchestra, Ali Bey, The Great Arabian Wizard, Peter Cavanagh, Billy Russell, and Betty Driver in the cast.

Alternate Names:

Leslie W. Booth

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