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Kenneth Kove (1892–1984)

Kenneth Kove was born on April 30, 1892 in Wandsworth, London, England as John William Stevenson Bridgewater. He was an actor, known for The Organizer (1963), Murder! (1930) and Crazy People (1934). He died in December 1984 in Brighton, East Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

The Organizer
Murder! Jury Member
Crazy People
Crazy People Birdie Nightingale
The Crimson Candle
The Crimson Candle Honorable Horatius Chillingsbotham


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 1965 Dr. Terror's House of Horrors
Third Male Friend (segment "Disembodied Hand")
 1964 The Evil of Frankenstein
Curé (uncredited)
 1964 They All Died Laughing
1st Gentleman
 1963 The Organizer
 1963 More Faces of Jim (TV Series)
- A Matter of Spreadeagling (1963) ... Runner
 1963 Bootsie and Snudge (TV Series)
- Twelve Angry Men (1963) ... Perkins
 1960-1962 Dixon of Dock Green (TV Series)
Percy Paddington / Mr. Perks
- The High Price of Freedom (1962) ... Percy Paddington
- A Spot of Overtime (1960) ... Mr. Perks
 1961 Roommates
Street Musician (uncredited)
 1960 Citizen James (TV Series)
- The Elixir (1960)
 1959-1960 Hancock's Half Hour (TV Series)
Old man in Library / Juror
- The Missing Page (1960) ... Old man in Library
- Twelve Angry Men (1959) ... Juror
 1958 The Diary of Samuel Pepys (TV Mini-Series)
Earl of Bristol
- Episode #1.14 (1958) ... Earl of Bristol
 1958 Drake's Progress (TV Series)
- Episode #2.3 (1958)
 1957 Your Past Is Showing
Man Who Lets Out Police Car's Tire (uncredited)
 1956 Nom-de-Plume (TV Series)
Colonel Bellingham
- The Man from the Sea (1956) ... Colonel Bellingham
 1955 You Lucky People
Old Soldier (uncredited)
 1955 Out of the Clouds
Barman - London Airport (uncredited)
 1953 Innocents in Paris
 1952 Treasure Hunt
Clergyman (uncredited)
 1950 Stage Fright
Meek Little Man (uncredited)
 1950 A Cup of Kindness (TV Movie)
Stanley Tutt
 1949 The Gay Adventure
 1949 My Mother Said (TV Movie)
Captain Whittaker
 1948 Thark (TV Movie)
Lionel Frush
 1947 A Cup of Kindness (TV Movie)
Stanley Tutt
 1946 They Knew Mr. Knight
Coggie Selby
 1942 Asking for Trouble
Captain Fortescue
 1939 False Rapture
 1937 Talking Feet
Lord Cedric Scattery
 1936 Cheer Up
Wilfrid Harman
 1936 Mother, Don't Rush Me
Bertie Moon
 1935 Marry the Girl
Cyril Chattaway
 1935 Look Up and Laugh
Piano Assistant
 1935 Radio Pirates
Thos Turner, Undertaker
 1934 The Scarlet Pimpernel
Codlin - Fisherman (uncredited)
 1934 Crazy People
Birdie Nightingale
 1934 The Life of the Party
Andrew Larkin
 1934 The Crimson Candle
Honorable Horatius Chillingsbotham
 1933 Send 'em Back Half Dead (Short)
Roland Peabody
 1933 Crime on the Hill
 1933 Song of the Plough
 1933 Dora (Short)
 1933 The Man from Toronto
 1932 Pyjamas Preferred
Reverend Samson Sneed
 1932 Her First Affaire
Prof. Hotspur
 1932 Blame the Woman
Reggie Dean
 1932 Help Yourself
Peter Ball
 1932 Wives Beware
Bob Russell
 1931 M'Blimey
 1931 Out of the Blue
 1931 Mischief
Bertie Pitts
 1931 Almost a Divorce
 1931 The Gables Mystery
Joshua Atkinson
 1931 Fascination
 1931 Down River
Ronnie Gordon
 1930 The Great Game
 1930 Murder!
Jury Member

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He acted in David Gray and Avery Hopwood's play, "The Best People," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Olga Lindo, Nora Swinburne, Ian Hunter, C.V. France, Henrietta Watson, Hugh Williams, Maisie Darrell, Martin Sands, Frederick Volpe, and Dora Gregory in the cast.


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British character comedian. On stage from 1913. Film debut in 1930, thereafter finding his niche playing monocled upper class twits. Retired from acting in the mid-60's. See more »

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