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Geoffrey Kerr (I) (1895–1971)


Geoffrey Kerr was born on January 26, 1895 in London, England as Geoffrey Kemble Grinham Kerr. He was a writer and actor, known for 12.10 (1919), Bombsight Stolen (1941) and Under Your Hat (1940). He was married to June Walker. He died on July 1, 1971 in Aldershot, Hampshire, England. See full bio »

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Known For

12.10 Geoffrey Brooke
(1919)
(1941)
(1940)
The Profligate Wilfred
(1917)

Filmography

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 2016 Kenopsia (Short) (story)
 1956 My Husband and I (TV Series)
 1952 The Monster of Killoon (TV Movie) (play)
 1949 Fools Rush In (screen play)
 1948 The Calendar (writer)
 1947 Jassy (screenplay)
 1941 Bombsight Stolen (adapted from the play by)
 1940 Under Your Hat (musical play written by)
 1938 Break the News (writer)
 1938 Sweet Devil (scenario)
 1936 The Tenth Man (additional dialogue)
 1936 A Star Fell from Heaven (screenplay - uncredited)
 1936 Living Dangerously (additional dialogue)
 1935 The Ghost Goes West (scenario)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in "The Stork" on Broadway. See more »

Spouse:

June Walker  (divorced)  (1 child)
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On Broadway he performed in such plays as "The Stork" (1925) and "London Calling," the latter which he wrote. He also directed occasionally, and co-starred with former wife June Walker on Broadway in "The Bachelor Father" (1928). See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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