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Malcolm Cherry (1878–1925)

Malcolm Cherry was born on May 17, 1878 in Liverpool, England. He was an actor, known for Far from the Madding Crowd (1915), Hope (1919) and A Welsh Singer (1916). He was married to Una Venning. He died on April 13, 1925 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 46) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Far from the Madding Crowd
Far from the Madding Crowd Farmer Boldwood
(1915)
Hope
Hope Harry Thurston
(1919)
A Welsh Singer
A Welsh Singer John Powys
(1916)
A Member of Tattersall's
A Member of Tattersall's Captain Brookes Greville
(1919)

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 1921 The Call of Youth (Short)
James Agar
 1919 A Member of Tattersall's
Captain Brookes Greville
 1919 Broken Shadows
Vane Mannering
 1919 Hope
Harry Thurston
 1917 My Lady's Dress
The Husband
 1916 A Welsh Singer
John Powys
 1916 Grim Justice
James Midhurst
 1916 A Place in the Sun
Dick Blair
 1915 Far from the Madding Crowd
Farmer Boldwood
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He acted in Lechmere Worrall and JE Harold Terry's play, "The Man Who Stayed At Home," at the Royalty Theatre in London, England with Dennis Eadie, Isobel Elsom, Mary Jerrold, and Ruth Mackay in the cast. See more »

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