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Wilfred Walter (1882–1958)

Wilfred Walter was born on March 2, 1882 in Ripon, North Yorkshire, England. He was an actor, known for The Human Monster (1939), Pyramus and Thisbe (1938) and To the Victor (1938). He was married to Emma May START. He died on July 9, 1958 in Ashtead, Surrey, England. See full bio »

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 1956 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Mr. Dent
- Woman in a Dressing Gown (1956) ... Mr. Dent
 1956 London Playhouse (TV Series)
- Jane Clegg (1956)
 1953 The Clue of the Missing Ape
Rear Admiral Vinson (uncredited)
 1952 The Monster of Killoon (TV Movie)
Thomas Chadworth
 1952 Judgment Deferred
 1951 No Highway in the Sky
Tracy (uncredited)
 1951 Fireside Theatre (TV Series)
- The Acquittal (1951)
 1945 Caesar and Cleopatra
Councillor (uncredited)
 1940 Night Train to Munich
Official at Prague Steel Works (uncredited)
 1940 Lady in Distress
 1939 The Human Monster
 1939 The Parnell Commission (TV Movie) (as Wilfrid Walter)
 1939 The Switchback (TV Movie)
 1939 Six Gentlemen in a Row (TV Short) (as Wilfrid Walter)
 1938 The Romantic Young Lady (TV Movie) (as Wilfrid Walter)
 1938 Convict 99
Max Slessor (as Wilfrid Walter)
 1938 Pyramus and Thisbe (TV Movie)
Bottom (as Wilfrid Walter)
 1938 To the Victor
W. Thwaites
 1936 Hearts of Humanity
Rev. John Maitland
 1935 Old Roses

Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Much Ado About Nothing," in the Stratford Summer Festival at the Stratford Picture House in Stratford, England with Dorothy Massingham in the cast. W. Bridges Adams was director. See more »

Alternate Names:

Wilfrid Walter

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From 1940 to 1943 he served in the R.A.F. where he became a squadron leader. See more »

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