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Charles Hawtrey (II) (1858–1923)


Charles Hawtrey was born on September 21, 1858 in Eton, England as Charles Henry Hawtrey. He was an actor and writer, known for A Message from Mars (1913), Honeymoon for Three (1915) and The Private Secretary (1935). He was married to Katherine Elsie Emma Petre and Madeline 'Mae' Harriet. He died on July 30, 1923 in Marylebone, London, England. See full bio »

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Known For

A Message from Mars
A Message from Mars Horace Parker
(1913)
Honeymoon for Three
Honeymoon for Three Prince Ferdinand
(1915)
The Private Secretary
(1935)
Masks and Faces
(1917)

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 1915 Honeymoon for Three
Prince Ferdinand
 1913 A Message from Mars
Horace Parker
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 1935 The Private Secretary (play The Private Secretary - as Sir Charles Hawtrey)
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Stage Play: A Message from Mars. Drama. Written by Richard Ganthoney. Garrick Theatre: 7 Oct 1901- Mar 1902 (closing date unknown/184 performances). Cast: Charles Hawtrey (as "Horace Parker") [Broadway debut], W. Ashton (as "Watchman"), Edward Barrow (as "Mr. Carruthers"), Jessie Bateman (as "Minnie Templer"), Arthur Burne (as "Dr. Chapman... See more »

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Alternate Names:

Sir Charles Hawtrey
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His two marriages bore no children, however, in 1906, with an unmarried actress called Olive Morris, a cousin of actress Dame Ellen Terry and 26 years his junior, he had a son, Anthony Hawtrey , who was raised by his mother only. See more »

Star Sign:

Virgo

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