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Lawrence O'Madden (1905–1972)

Lawrence O'Madden was born in 1905 in England. He was an actor, known for Guilt Is My Shadow (1950), Springtime (1946) and Lisbon Story (1946). He died in 1972. See full bio »

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in England, UK

Died:

(age 67)

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Known For

Springtime
Springtime Johnnie Ware
(1946)
Lisbon Story
Lisbon Story Michael O'Rourke
(1946)
The Goose Steps Out
The Goose Steps Out Col. Truscott
(1942)

Filmography

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 1952 Man Bait
First Customer (uncredited)
 1950 Lilli Marlene
Col. Wharton
 1950 Guilt Is My Shadow
Tom (as Laurence O'Madden)
 1949 Feature Story
 1948 Lovers' Leap (TV Movie)
Roger Storer
 1947 Mrs. Fitzherbert
Lord Southampton
 1947 The Green Pack (TV Movie)
Larry Deans
 1946 Springtime
Johnnie Ware
 1946 Night Boat to Dublin
Capt.RobertWilson
 1946 Lisbon Story
Michael O'Rourke
 1943 San Demetrio London
Capt. E.S.F. Fegen V.C. Royal Navy
 1943 The Adventures of Tartu
Colonel Perry (uncredited)
 1943 The Silver Fleet
Captain Schneider (as Laurence O'Madden)
 1942 Uncensored (uncredited)
 1942 The Goose Steps Out
Col. Truscott
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Trivia:

As an actor in a provincial repertory company soon after World War II, O'Madden greatly impressed the young Donald Sinden, who was just starting out in the profession. Sinden saw O'Madden underlining various lines of dialogue in his script, and O'Madden explained that he was "marking my laughs". Though several of these lines did not appear to be humorous, he unfailingly got a big laugh from each ... See more »

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