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Nelson Keys (1886–1939)

Nelson Keys was born on April 7, 1886 in London, England as Nelson Waite Keys. He was an actor, known for Knights for a Day (1937), Almost a Divorce (1931) and When Knights Were Bold (1929). He died on April 26, 1939 in London. See full bio »


(age 53) in London, England, UK

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 1937 Knights for a Day
Bert Wrigley
 1937 Tele-Ho! (TV Short)
 1937 Intimate Cabaret (TV Series)
 1937 Wake Up Famous
Alfred Dimbleden
 1936 Dreams Come True
 1936 The Last Journey
The Frenchman
 1936 Eliza Comes to Stay
Sir Gregory
 1936 In the Soup
Emile Moppert
 1933 Send 'em Back Half Dead (Short)
Hank Ruck
 1931 Almost a Divorce
Richard Leighton
 1929 Splinters
 1929 When Knights Were Bold
Sir Guy de Vere
 1927 Madame Pompadour
Duc de Courcelette
 1927 Mumsie
Spud Murphy
 1927 Tiptoes
Al Kaye
 1918 Once Upon a Time
Harry Gwynne
 1914 Alone I Did It (Short)
 1910 Drowsy Dick Dreams He's a Burglar (Short)
Drowsy Dick
 1909 Drowsy Dick's Dream (Short)
Drowsy Dick
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He acted in Arthur Wimperis, Carrick, and Finck's musical, "The Passing Show of 1915", at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Elsie Janis, Basil Hallam, Arthur Playfair and Gwendoline Brogden in the cast. See more »

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