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Kinsey Peile (1862–1934)

Kinsey Peile was born on December 20, 1862 in Allahabad, North-Western Provinces, British India. He was an actor and writer, known for The Vortex (1928), The Presumption of Stanley Hay, MP (1925) and The Face at the Window (1920). He died on April 13, 1934 in the UK. See full bio »


(age 71) in UK

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Known For

The Vortex Pouncefort Quentin
The Face at the Window Dr. le blanc


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 1929 The Burgomaster of Stilemonde
Sheriff Vermandel
 1928 The Vortex
Pouncefort Quentin
 1925 Settled Out of Court
The Count
 1920 The Face at the Window
Dr. le blanc
 1916 Burglar Bill (Short)
 1916 Solomon's Twins (Short)
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 1916 Solomon's Twins (Short) (play)

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Other Works:

The Interrupted Honeymoon (1900). Comedy. Written by Kinsey Peile. Daly's Theatre: 20 Mar 1900- 17 Apr 1900 (23 performances). Cast: William F. Courtenay, John Findlay, Ethel Hornick, Edward Lester, Mary Mannering, John Mason, Edward J. Morgan, Alison Skipworth, Hilda Spong, Grant Stewart, Eva Vincent, Mrs. Charles Walcott. See more »

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