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Eustace Wyatt (1882–1944)

Eustace Wyatt was born on March 5, 1882 in Bath, Somerset, England as Eustace George William Wyatt. He was an actor, known for Too Much Johnson (1938), Journey Into Fear (1943) and The Three Garridebs (1937). He died on October 25, 1944 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Too Much Johnson
Too Much Johnson Francis Faddish
Journey Into Fear
Journey Into Fear Prof. Haller / Muller
The Three Garridebs
Nightmare Angus - Innkeeper


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 1945 The Man in Half Moon Street
Insp. Lawson (uncredited)
 1944 Ministry of Fear
Blind Man (uncredited)
 1944 Gaslight
Budge (uncredited)
 1943 Jane Eyre
Dr. Carter (uncredited)
 1943 Madame Curie
Doctor (uncredited)
 1943 Journey Into Fear
Prof. Haller / Muller
 1942 Nightmare
Angus - Innkeeper
 1938 Too Much Johnson
Francis Faddish
 1937 The Three Garridebs (TV Movie)

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Porttrayed the Heavenly Magistrate in the Westport, Connecticut stage production of "Liliom", starring Tyrone Power and Annabella. See more »

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