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George Robey (1869–1954)

George Robey was born on September 20, 1869 in Herne Hill, London, England as George Edward Wade. He was an actor and writer, known for Henry V (1944), £66.13.9 ¾ for Every Man, Woman and Child (1916) and The Prehistoric Man (1924). He was married to Ethel Haydon and Blanche Littler. He died on November 29, 1954 in Saltdean, Sussex, ... See full bio »

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Henry V
Henry V Sir John Falstaff
The Prehistoric Man
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 1946 Cabaret Cruise (TV Series)
 1946 The Trojan Brothers
Old Sam
 1945 Waltz Time
 1943 They Met in the Dark
 1942 Salute John Citizen
 1939 A Girl Must Live
Horace Blount
 1938 Comedy Cabaret (TV Series)
 1936 Southern Roses
Mr. Higgins
 1935 Birds of a Feather
Henry Wortle
 1932 Marry Me
Aloysius Novak
 1928 Safety First (Short)
 1928 The Barrister (Short)
 1924 The Prehistoric Man
He-of-the Beetle Brow
 1923 Harlequinade (Short)
 1923 The Rest Cure
 1917/I Doing His Bit (Short)
The man
 1913 And Very Nice Too (Short)
 1913 Good Queen Bess (Short)
 1900 The Rats (Short)
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He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Henry IV, Part I," at His Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Lady Tree, John Drinkwater, Edmund Willard, Henry Oscar, John Laurie, and Sir Lewis Casson in the cast. Sir Robert Atkins was director. See more »

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Sir George Robey


5' 6" (1.68 m)

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Noted for his performances of Falstaff, both on stage, and in Olivier's "Henry V" on screen. See more »

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