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Hubert Gregg (1914–2004)

Hubert Gregg was born on July 19, 1914 in London, England as Hubert Robert Harry Gregg. He was an actor, known for Three Men in a Boat (1956), In Which We Serve (1942) and Legend (2015). He was married to Carmel Lytton, Pat Kirkwood and Zoe Gail. He died on March 29, 2004 in Eastbourne, Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Three Men in a Boat
In Which We Serve
Legend Soundtrack
Doctor at Sea
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 1956 Stars in Your Eyes
Crawley Walters
 1956 Nom-de-Plume (TV Series)
James Saward
- The Man with a Hundred Hands (1956) ... James Saward
 1956 Adventure Theater (TV Series)
Sidney Maxwell
- Thirty Days to Die (1956) ... Sidney Maxwell
 1956 Colonel March of Scotland Yard (TV Series)
- The Invisible Knife (1956) ... Pennacott
 1955 Simon and Laura
Bertie Burton
 1955 Doctor at Sea
 1955 Room in the House
Hugh Richards
 1954 Svengali
 1954 The Last Appointment
 1954 High and Dry
 1951 The Third Visitor
Jack Kurton
 1949 Landfall
Lt. Cdr. Dale
 1949 Once Upon a Dream
Capt. Williams
 1949 Vote for Huggett
Maurice Lever
 1947 The Root of All Evil
 1945 The Facts of Love
 1942 In Which We Serve
 1942 Flying Fortress
Fire Controller (uncredited)
 1938 The Marvellous History of St. Bernard (TV Movie)
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Other Works:

He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo & Juliet," at the Open Air Theatre in Regents Park, London, England with Griffith Jones, Margaretta Scott, Eric Dance, Henry Baynton, Leslie French, Terence De Marney, Sir Ben Greet, Sydney Bromley, Michael Martin-Harvey, Laura Smithson, and Greer Garson in the cast. Sir Robert ... See more »

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He wrote the song, "Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner". See more »

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