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Len Watt (1923–2006)

Len Watt was born in 1923 in Scotland. He was an actor, known for Happy Birthday to Me (1981), Visiting Hours (1982) and Blackout (1978). He died on October 25, 2006 in Canada. See full bio »


in Scotland, UK


(age 83) in Canada

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Known For

Happy Birthday to Me
Happy Birthday to Me Conventioneer
Visiting Hours
Visiting Hours Clement Pine
Blackout Actor
La guêpe
La guêpe Conseiller financier


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 1995 Hiroshima (TV Movie)
 1992 La sarrasine
Me Thompson
 1991 Heritage Minutes (TV Series)
- Jacques Plante (1991) ... Narrator (voice)
 1989 Lance et compte III (TV Series)
John Aylmer
- Episode #3.13 (1989) ... John Aylmer
- Episode #3.12 (1989) ... John Aylmer
- Episode #3.11 (1989) ... John Aylmer
- Episode #3.10 (1989) ... John Aylmer
- Episode #3.9 (1989) ... John Aylmer
 1988 Lance et compte II (TV Series)
John Aylmer
- Episode #2.13 (1988) ... John Aylmer
 1987 Charles et François (Short) (voice)
 1986 The Dream and the Triumph (Short)
 1986 La guêpe
Conseiller financier
 1986 Choices (TV Movie)
 1986 Spearfield's Daughter (TV Mini-Series)
 1985 Eternal Evil
Dr. Morton
 1985 The Sight (Short)
 1984 The Painted Door (Short)
 1983 Cross Country
Medical Examiner
 1982 Visiting Hours
Clement Pine
 1981 A Right to Refuse? (Short)
 1981 Les fils de la liberté (TV Mini-Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1981)
 1981 Happy Birthday to Me
 1980 Hog Wild
Mr. Dillard
 1978 Blackout
 1973 And I Love You Dearly
 1973 Kamouraska
Le gouverneur
 1973 La maîtresse
 1972 The Huntsman (Short)
 1970 The End of the Nancy J (Short)
 1969 Don't Let the Angels Fall
The boss
 1966 Little White Crimes (Short)
 1965 Seaway (TV Series)
Lockmaster / Superintendent / Mr. Whaley
- A Medal for Mirko (1965) ... Lockmaster
- 34th Man (1965) ... Superintendent
- Last Voyage (1965) ... Mr. Whaley
 1962-1963 Shoestring Theatre (TV Series)

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

L.F. Watt

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Began acting career in Canada in the 1960s. Never, however, gave up his day job at the Montreal Star during his 42 years at the newspaper, but during the 1960s and 1970s he distinguished himself locally as a leading actor, especially at the La Poudriere Playhouse.

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