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Harold Meade (1875–1944)

The film and stage actor Harold Meade (also known as Harold B Meade or Harold Brabazon Meade) was born Harold Meadmore in Hampstead, London, England, in 1875 of British and French parentage. His father, Robert Meadmore (1835-1891), was a commercial clerk working in London for an Australian merchant. His mother, Clemence Désirée (nee Dessure - 1837... See full bio »

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Known For

Salomy Jane Baldwin
(1914)
(1933)
(1932)
Clara Gibbings Earl of Drumoor
(1934)

Filmography

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 1939 Gone to the Dogs
Mr. Inchcape
 1939 Seven Little Australians
Colonel Bryant
 1939 Come Up Smiling
Sir James Hall
 1937 The Vagabond Violinist
Michael Ainsworth
 1937 It Isn't Done
Lord Addersley
 1936/I Thoroughbred
Sir Russell Peel
 1935 Flames of Conscience
Father Walter
 1935 Heritage
Frank Parry
 1934 Clara Gibbings
Earl of Drumoor
 1934 A Ticket in Tatts
Mr. Fleming
 1933 The Good Companions
Solicitor
 1932 Lord Camber's Ladies
Ainley
 1932 The Face at the Window
Dr. Renard
 1932 The Phantom Fiend
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1915 Mignon
Lothario's Servant (as Harold B. Meade)
 1914 Salomy Jane
Baldwin (as H. B. Meade)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

His theatre credits include: Raguel in the play "Tobias and the Angel" by James Bridie , directed by Evan John (Westminster Theatre, London, 1932)

Alternate Names:

H. B. Meade | Harold B. Meade

Spouse:

Mary Kathleen Clarke  (divorced) | See more »

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