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Edgar Norfolk (1893–1980)

Edgar Norfolk was born on November 5, 1893 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England as Edgar Greenwood. He was an actor, known for Mine Own Executioner (1947), The Queen of Spades (1946) and The Black Abbot (1934). He died in 1980 in Hillingdon, Middlesex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Mine Own Executioner
Mine Own Executioner Sir George Freethorne
The Queen of Spades
The Queen of Spades Prince Tomsky
The Black Abbot
The Black Abbot Brian Heslewood
Silent Dust
Silent Dust Simpson


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 1953 Laughing Anne
Conrad's Companion
 1953 The Beggar's Opera
5th Turnkey
 1949 Myself a Stranger (TV Movie)
Roger Crawford
 1949 Silent Dust
 1948 Elizabeth of Ladymead (uncredited)
 1947 Mine Own Executioner
Sir George Freethorne
 1947 Kathy's Love Affair
Mr. W.
 1946 The Queen of Spades (TV Movie)
Prince Tomsky
 1946 Frieda (TV Movie)
Rev. Francis Munroe
 1935 Sexton Blake and the Mademoiselle
Inspector Thomas
 1934 Tangled Evidence
Dr. Acland
 1934 The Black Abbot
Brian Heslewood
 1933 His Grace Gives Notice
Captain Langley
 1933 Forging Ahead
Lieutenant-Colonel Fair
 1932 Illegal
Lord Alan Sevington
 1932 Insult
Captain Jean Conte
 1932 Hotel Splendide
'Gentleman Charlie'
 1932 The Sign of Four: Sherlock Holmes' Greatest Case
Capt. Morstan (uncredited)

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