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Rupert Siddons (1888–1979)

Rupert Siddons was born on December 25, 1888 in Hammersmith, London, England as Rupert Noel Downe. He was an actor, known for Without Witness (1948), The Last Voyage of Captain Grant (1938) and Death at Newtown-Stewart (1939). He died in 1979 in Eastbourne, Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Without Witness
Without Witness Police Surgeon Evans
(1948)
St. Patrick's Day
(1938)

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 1948 Without Witness (TV Movie)
Police Surgeon Evans
 1948 Death at Newtownstewart (TV Movie)
Mr. Justice Barry
 1947 The Great Adventure (TV Movie)
Cyrus Carve
 1946 Thunder Rock (TV Movie)
Inspector Planning
 1939 The Rising Sun (TV Movie)
A police constable
 1939 An Expert in Crime (TV Movie)
Sergeant Gibson
 1939 L'avare (TV Movie)
Simon - a moneylender
 1939 Death at Newtown-Stewart (TV Movie)
 1938 St. Patrick's Day (TV Movie)
 1938 Gallows Glorious (TV Movie)
 1938 The Last Voyage of Captain Grant (TV Movie)
Timmins
 1938 Le médecin malgré lui (TV Movie)
Lucas, servant of Geronte
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Trivia:

A descendant of the founders of the 18th and 19th century Kemble acting dynasty, Roger Kemble and Sarah Ward; the name Siddons which he used was also a family name as his maternal grandmother (and their great granddaughter) was a younger sister of the legendary actress Sarah Siddons.

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