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Lyn Harding (1867–1952)

Born in St Brides Wentlooge (now in Gwent), Wales, UK, where he was brought up as a strict Congregationalist and a Welsh speaker. He started his working life as an apprentice draper in Newport, Wales, and was drawn to an acting career after seeing "It's Never Too Late to Mend" at the Old Victoria Hall, Newport. Started career as a stage actor in ... See full bio »

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Known For

Goodbye, Mr. Chips
The Pearls of the Crown
The Pearls of the Crown L'officier du roi (English narrator) / Le roi Henry VIII
The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes
The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes Professor Moriarty
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Stage Play: The New Poor. Comedy. Written by Cosmo Hamilton. Playhouse Theatre: 7 Jan 1924- Feb 1924 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: Anita Booth, Lillian Kemble-Cooper, Beth Franklin, Myra Franklyn, Lyn Harding, Norma Mitchell, Irene Purcell, Ralph Sipperly, Morton Stevens, George Thorpe, William Williams, Barry O'Moore. ... See more »

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Father was Richard Harding, grandson of the Welsh preacher the Rev. Issac Morgan Harries of St Brides Wentlooge. See more »

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