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Gerald du Maurier (1873–1934)

Sir Gerald Du Maurier was one of the top thespians on the English stage in the first third of the 20th Century, and his distinguished career as an actor-manager led to his being knighted by King George V in 1922. Born in Hampstead, London on March 26, 1873, he was the son anglo-French writer and cartoonist 'George du Maurier', best known for ... See full bio »

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(age 61) in London, England, UK

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Filmography

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 1934 Power
Weissensee
 1934 The Scotland Yard Mystery
Commissioner Stanton
 1933 I Was a Spy
Doctor
 1932 Lord Camber's Ladies
Dr. Napier
 1920 Unmarried
Rev. Roland Allington
 1917 Justice
Falder
 1917 Everybody's Business (Short)
Tom Briton
 1917 Masks and Faces
Hunsdon
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 1930 The Dancers (play)
 1925 The Dancers (play)
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Other Works:

He acted in Eugene Wiley Presbrey and Ernest W. Hornung's play, "Raffles," at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England with Hilda Moore, Kyrle Bellew, and Murray Carrington in the cast. See more »

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Sir Gerald du Maurier
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He was awarded Knight Bachelor of the Order of the British Empire in the 1922 King's Honours List for his services to drama. See more »

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Aries

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