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Frank Vosper (1899–1937)

Frank Vosper was born on December 15, 1899 in London, England. He was an actor and writer, known for The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934), Rome Express (1932) and A Night of Terror (1937). He died on March 6, 1937. See full bio »


(age 37) in at sea

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 1936 Heart's Desire
Van Straaten
 1936 Secret of Stamboul
 1934 Open All Night
 1934 Strike!
Lord Dean
 1934 Strauss' Great Waltz
Prince Gustav
 1934 Blind Justice
Dick Cheriton
 1933 Strange Evidence
Andrew Relf
 1932 Rome Express
M. Jolif
 1929 The Last Post
 1926 The Woman Juror (Short)
 1926 Blinkeyes
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Stage: Appeared in "As You Like It" by William Shakespeare, Old Vic Theatre (Royal Victorian Hall), London, England. Also in cast: Esmond Knight, Baliol Holloway, Edith Evans, Duncan Yarrow, John Garside, Neil Porter and Nell Carter. Directed by Andrew Leigh. See more »


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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Heavyweight British character actor and playwright, the son of a doctor. On stage from 1919, he later became a noted purveyor of suave villainy in films. He was seen to good effect as an assassin in Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934). At the peak of his career, Vosper died mysteriously, falling overboard and drowning during a sea voyage from New York to England aboard the transatlantic ... See more »

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