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C. Denier Warren (1889–1971)

C. Denier Warren was born on July 29, 1889 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. He was an actor and writer, known for Lolita (1962), She Shall Have Music (1935) and The Big Noise (1936). He died on August 27, 1971 in Torquay, Devon, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Lolita
Lolita Potts
(1962)
She Shall Have Music
(1935)
The Big Noise
The Big Noise E. Pinkerton Gale
(1936)
Take Off That Hat
(1938)

Filmography

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 1969 The Adding Machine
Jury foreman
 1967 Wedding Fever (TV Movie)
 1963 The Cool Mikado
Mr. Smith
 1962 Lolita
Potts
 1962 The Silent Invasion
Gillie
 1962 The Cheaters (TV Series)
Russel
- A Case of Larceny (1962) ... Russel
 1961 Two Wives at One Wedding
Fat man
 1961 The Secret of Monte Cristo
Cafe owner
 1961 A Taste of Money
Tyler
 1961 Return of a Stranger
Manager
 1961 So Evil, So Young
Sam
 1960 Escort for Hire
Porter
 1960 Man from Interpol (TV Series)
Bob
- The Big Racket (1960) ... Bob
 1960 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Senior official
- The Protest (1960) ... Senior official
 1960 Bluebeard's 10 Honeymoons
Neighbor (uncredited)
 1959 Rendezvous (TV Series)
Reverend
- Alfy's Tulip (1959) ... Reverend
 1956 Fanny (TV Movie)
Escartifique
 1955 Handcuffs, London
Robert Meekers
 1955 No Smoking
American Delegate
 1955 Potasch and Perlmutter (TV Movie)
Senator Murphy
 1954-1955 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series)
Mr. Pilkington / Pawnbroker
- Goodbye Tomorrow (1955) ... Mr. Pilkington
- Johnny Blue (1954) ... Pawnbroker
 1955 Patrol Car (TV Series)
Robert Meekers
- The King's Hat (1955) ... Robert Meekers
 1954 The Gay Dog
Man In Vets Waiting Room (uncredited)
 1953 The Young Discovery (TV Movie)
Bill
 1953 House of Blackmail
Jock
 1953 Her Three Bachelors
Cedric Donkin
 1953 The Dragon of Pendragon Castle
Fred Morgan
 1950 Old Mother Riley, Headmistress
Clifton Hill
 1950 Night and the City
Small American from Chicago (uncredited)
 1945 Don Chicago
 1945 Twilight Hour
Photographer (uncredited)
 1945 Kiss the Bride Goodbye
Reporter
 1944 Candles at Nine
Middleton - Executor
 1944 The Hundred Pound Window
Blodgett
 1942 We'll Smile Again
Waiter
 1939 The Body Vanished
Pip Piper
 1939 Come on George!
Banker
 1939 The Kentucky Minstrels (TV Movie)
 1939 A Gentleman's Gentleman
Dr. Bottom
 1939 Trouble Brewing
Maj. Hopkins
 1939 Me and My Pal
 1938 Make It Three
Mr. Cackleberry
 1938 Take Off That Hat
Ginsberg
 1938 Little Miss Molly
Chuck
 1938 George Takes the Air
Sir Philip
 1938 Old Mother Riley in Paris
Commissaire of Police
 1938 Strange Boarders
Fry
 1938 Break the News
Sir Edward Phring
 1938 The Playboy
Mark Browd
 1938 Second Best Bed
Umpire (uncredited)
 1938 The Divorce of Lady X
Royal Park Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
 1937 A Romance in Flanders
Bill Johnson
 1937 Little Miss Somebody
Jonas
 1937 Will C. Pepper's White Coons (TV Mini-Series)
- Episode #1.3 (1937)
 1937 Melody and Romance
Captain Hawkins
 1937 Captain's Orders
Lawson
 1937 Who Killed John Savage?
Scruggs
 1937 Change for a Sovereign
Mr. Heller
 1937 Keep Fit
Editor (as Denier Warren)
 1937 Cotton Queen
Joseph Cotter (as Denier Warren)
 1937 Song of the Forge
Farmer George
 1937 Rose of Tralee
Henry Collett
 1937 Good Morning, Boys
Minister of Education
 1937 Danger in Paris
Compere
 1936/II The Big Noise
E. Pinkerton Gale
 1936 You Must Get Married
Mr. Wurtsell
 1936 Spy of Napoleon
Benicolet
 1936 Everybody Dance
Dan Fleming
 1936 It's in the Bag
Emery
 1936 The Beloved Vagabond
Railway Clerk
 1936 A Star Fell from Heaven
Starfel
 1936 They Didn't Know
Padre
 1936 The Small Man
Manager
 1935 Charing Cross Road
Salesman
 1935 Marry the Girl
Banks
 1935 Birds of a Feather
Taylor
 1935 A Fire Has Been Arranged
Shuffle (as Denier Warren)
 1935 Mister Hobo
Manager (uncredited)
 1935 Heart's Desire
Ted Mayer
 1935 The Clairvoyant
Bimeter
 1935 Heat Wave
Col. D'Alvarez (as Denier Warren)
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
Smith
 1935 A Real Bloke
Tailor
 1934 Kentucky Minstrels
Danny Goldman
 1934 Temptation
Director
 1934 Radio Parade of 1935
Personal Assistant to Carl Graham
 1934 Road House
Music Hall M C (uncredited)
 1934 The Great Defender
Mr.Pryor (uncredited)
 1934 Music Hall
Bendini
 1933 Channel Crossing
Purser (uncredited)
 1933 Prince of Arcadia
Detective
 1933 Counsel's Opinion
Manager
 1932 Let Me Explain, Dear
Jeweller
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Show Show Self (3 credits)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in George and Ira Gershwin's musical, "Lady Be Good," at the Leeds Empire Theatre in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England with Gerald Seymour, Vera Vere, Nina Barry, Dorothy Graham, and Alec Johnstone in the cast.

Alternate Names:

Denier Warren
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Trivia:

Balding American expatriate character actor, born into a family of variety performers. He lived in Britain from the age of eight and first acted on stage in 1897. In films, Warren excelled at playing choleric or excitable Americans, often reporters or middle management types. During the war years, he featured on radio in the "Kentucky Minstrels" program. He also wrote several screenplays and ... See more »

Star Sign:

Leo

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