No photo available. Represent Peter Haddon? Add or change photos at IMDbPro
Down 275,826 this week

Peter Haddon (I) (1898–1962)

Peter Haddon was born on March 31, 1898 in Rawtenstall, Lancashire, England as Peter Tildsley. He was an actor, known for The Clicking of Cuthbert (1924), Good Morning, Bill (1939) and Oxford Bags (1926). He was married to Rosaline Courtneidge. He died on September 7, 1962 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 64) in London, England, UK

Editors' Picks: Our Favorite Things From This Week

IMDb editors highlight the stories, faces, and trending stars that had us buzzing this week. What caught your eye?

Check out our picks from the week

Around The Web


Powered by ZergNet

On Amazon Video

Do you have a demo reel?

Add it to your IMDbPage

Connect with IMDb

How Much Have You Seen?

How much of Peter Haddon's work have you seen?

Known For

The Clicking of Cuthbert
Good Morning, Bill
Oxford Bags
Oxford Bags The Golfer
The Silent Passenger
The Silent Passenger Lord Peter Wimsey


Jump to: Actor | Archive footage
Hide Hide Show Show Actor (20 credits)
 1952 Moulin Rouge
Prim Englishman (uncredited)
 1949 Helter Skelter
Major Basil Beagle
 1939 Good Morning, Bill (TV Movie)
 1939 Over the Moon
Lord Petcliffe
 1938 Queen of Crime
 1936 The House of the Spaniard
David Grey
 1936 The Secret of Stamboul
 1936 The Beloved Vagabond
Major Walters
 1936 Public Nuisance No. 1
Richard Trelawny
 1936 Mother, Don't Rush Me
 1935 No Monkey Business
 1935 Who's Your Father
Frank Steadley
 1934 Death at a Broadcast
Guy Bannister
 1930 Latin Love
 1926 Oxford Bags (Short)
The Golfer
 1924 Lizzie's Last Lap (Short)
 1924 The Clicking of Cuthbert (Short)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Cole Porter's musical, "Anything Goes," at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Sydney Howard, Jeanne Aubert, Adele Dixon, Jack Whiting, and Betty Kean in the cast. See more »

Publicity Listings:

3 Articles | See more »

Did You Know?


Moustachioed English character actor of the 1930's, the son of a vicar. Initially a medical student at Cambridge University, he became a member of Footlights, acting on stage from 1920. In films, he usually appeared as top-hatted 'silly ass' types. See more »

Star Sign:


Contribute to This Page