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J. Leslie Frith (1884–1961)

J. Leslie Frith was born on September 28, 1884 in London, England. He was an actor and writer, known for Brigade-Exchange (1938), Richard of Bordeaux (1947) and The Little Nut Tree (1952). He died on February 1, 1961 in London. See full bio »


(age 76) in London, England, UK

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 1961 Danger Man (TV Series)
- The Hired Assassin (1961) ... Viccenti
 1958-1961 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Francis / Elderly Man
- The Picture of Dorian Gray (1961) ... Francis
- The Web of Lace (1958) ... Elderly Man
 1959 Glencannon (TV Series)
- Scot from Scotland Yard (1959) ... Willy
 1954-1955 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Apothecary / Skelton
- Ninety Sail (1954) ... Skelton
 1952 Asmodée (TV Movie)
The Curé
 1952 The Princess in Kensington (TV Short)
Lord Conyngham, the Lord Chamberlain
 1952 The Little Nut Tree (TV Short)
The Apple Tree
 1951 Sherlock Holmes (TV Mini-Series)
The Premier
- The Second Stain (1951) ... The Premier
 1950 Louisa (TV Movie)
Mr. Emerson
 1947 Richard of Bordeaux (TV Movie)
Michael de la Pole, Chancellor of England
 1938 Brigade-Exchange (TV Short)
 1931 The Dreyfus Case
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 1948 The Springtime of Others (TV Movie) (translated by - as John Leslie Frith)
 1947 Martine (TV Movie) (translated by - as John Leslie Frith)
 1939 Order to View (TV Series) (additional sketches - 1 episode)
- Episode dated 4 May 1939 (1939) ... (additional sketches - as John Leslie Frith)
 1939 The Unquiet Spirit (TV Movie) (translation)

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He acted at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Dame Sybil Thorndike, Nora Nicolson, Sir Ben Greet, Andrew Leigh, Estelle Stead, Hutin Britton, Constance Robertson, Fisher White, William Stack, John Napper, and A. Corney Grain in the company. Matheson Lang was director.

Alternate Names:

John Leslie Frith

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