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Richard Cooper (I) (1893–1947)

Richard Cooper was born on July 16, 1893 in Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex, England. He was an actor, known for Rodney Steps In (1931), Enter the Queen (1930) and The Officers' Mess (1931). He died on June 18, 1947. See full bio »


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 1941 Mail Train
 1938 Alf's Button Afloat
Lord Wimbledon (uncredited)
 1938 Stepping Toes
Kenneth Warrington
 1937 The Angelus
Kenneth Blake
 1935 The Ace of Spades
Tony Cosgrave
 1935 That's My Uncle
Arthur Twindle
 1935 Three Witnesses
Claude Pember
 1935 Annie, Leave the Room!
The Honourable Algernon Lacey
 1934 The Four Masked Men
Lord Richard Clyne
 1934 The Black Abbot
Lord Jerry Pilkdown
 1933 Home, Sweet Home
 1933 Mannequin
Lord Bunny Carstairs
 1932 The Other Mrs. Phipps (Short)
Lord Tooting
 1932 Double Dealing
Toby Traill
 1932 The First Mrs. Fraser
Lord Larne
 1932 Once Bitten
Toby Galloway
 1931 Rodney Steps In (Short)
Rodney Perch
 1931 The Officers' Mess
Tony Turnbull
 1930 Bed and Breakfast
Toby Entwhistle
 1930 Enter the Queen (Short)
Bertie Bunter
 1930 Kissing Cup's Race
Rollo Adair
 1930 Lord Richard in the Pantry
Lord Richard Sandridge
 1930 The Last Hour
 1930 Mystery at the Villa Rose
 1930 The House of the Arrow
Jim Frobisher

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British comedy actor, on stage from 1913. His best known theatrical role was as the titular star of "Charley's Aunt". On screen from 1929, often as befuddled or obtuse characters. Played Hastings to Austin Trevor's Hercule Poirot in the 1930's.



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