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Barry Livesey (1905–1959)

Barry Livesey was born on October 16, 1905 in Barry, Glamorgan, Wales as Barrie Edwards Livesey. He was an actor, known for Breakers Ahead (1935), Variety (1935) and Something Always Happens (1934). He died in 1959 in Maidstone, Kent, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Breakers Ahead
Breakers Ahead George Kenyon
Variety Victor Boyd
Something Always Happens
Something Always Happens George Hamlin
Matinee Idol


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 1945 They Were Sisters
Brian Sargeant
 1938 White Secrets (TV Movie)
 1936 Rembrandt
Peasant Lad
 1936 Sweet Success (Short)
Howard Stone (as Barrie Livesey)
 1935 Variety
Victor Boyd
 1935 Mr. Cohen Takes a Walk
Joe Levine
 1935 Breakers Ahead
George Kenyon
 1934 Wild Boy
Bit role (uncredited)
 1934 Something Always Happens
George Hamlin (as Barrie Livesay)
 1934 King of Whales (Short)
Dan (as Barrie Livesey)
 1934 The Ace of Trouble (Short)
The Man
 1934 The Greatest of These (Short)
The Man
 1933 Matinee Idol
 1933 Commissionaire
Tom Brown
 1933 Paris Plane
 1933 His Grace Gives Notice
Ted Burlington
 1921 The Old Curiosity Shop
Tom Scott

Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Dorothy L. Sayers and M. St. Clare Byrne's play, "Busman's Honeymoon," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Dennis Arundell, Veronica Turleigh, and Maurice Denham in the cast. Beatrice Wilson was director. See more »

Alternate Names:

Barrie Livesay | Barrie Livesey

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Son of Sam Livesey Brother of Roger Livesey and Jack Livesey.

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