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Arthur Young (I) (1898–1959)

Arthur Young was born on September 2, 1898 in Bristol, England, UK. He was an actor, known for San Demetrio London (1943), St. Ives (1955) and The Lady with a Lamp (1951). He was previously married to Beatrice Kane. He died on February 14, 1959 in Paddington, London, England, UK. See full bio »

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Known For

San Demetrio London Captain George Waite
St. Ives Romaine
The Lady with a Lamp W. E. Gladstone
An Inspector Calls Mr. Birling


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 1956 The Count of Monte Cristo (TV Series)
- Monaco (1956) ... Dukas
 1956 The Dynamiters
 1955 The Scarlet Pimpernel (TV Series)
- The Christmas Present (1955) ... Jacques
 1955 St. Ives (TV Series)
- Journey's End (1955) ... Romaine
- The Two Viscounts (1955) ... Romaine
- Amersham Place (1955) ... Romaine
- A la Belle Flora (1955) ... Romaine
- Lion Rampant (1955) ... Romaine
 1955 No Smoking
Joe Dawson
 1951-1955 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Joseph Makepeace / Sir Andrew Brangwyn / Paul I, Tsar of Russia / ...
- The Makepeace Story #2: A New Generation (1955) ... Joseph Makepeace
- A Dream of Treason (1955) ... Sir Andrew Brangwyn
- Such Men Are Dangerous (1954) ... Paul I, Tsar of Russia
- Skipper Next to God (1951) ... Bruinsma
- The Doctor's Dilemma (1951) ... Sir Ralph Bloomfield-Bonington
 1955 Patrol Car (TV Series)
Mr. Barker
- The Hand of Terror (1955) ... Mr. Barker
 1955 The Olive Jar (TV Movie)
Don Lollò
 1954 The Venusian
 1954 Misalliance (TV Movie)
Mr. Tarleton
 1954 Paid to Kill
 1954 John Wesley
King George II
 1954 Gravelhanger (TV Series)
- Follow My Leader (1954) ... Cantrap
- Death in a Ditch (1954) ... Cantrap
- Where Do We Go from Here? (1954) ... Cantrap
 1954 An Inspector Calls
Mr. Birling
 1954 John of the Fair
'Doc' Claydon
 1953 Uncle Willie's Bicycle Shop
Sir George Probus
 1953 Shadow of the Vine (TV Movie)
Mark Heath
 1953 The Pickwick Papers (TV Series)
Sergeant Buzzfuzz
- The Fifth Paper (1953) ... Sergeant Buzzfuzz
 1951 The Lady with a Lamp
W. E. Gladstone
 1951 Jenny Meade (TV Movie)
Mr. Grace
 1949 The Silver Box (TV Movie)
John Barthwick, MP
 1949 The Singing Princess
Calif Oman (English version, voice)
 1949 The Perfect Alibi (TV Movie)
Edward Carter
 1949 Dear Murderer (TV Movie)
Inspector Pembury
 1949 Lost Daughter
Club Pianist (uncredited)
 1948 The Happy Marriage (TV Movie)
Gerald Thatcher
 1948 My Brother Jonathan
Sir Joseph Higgins
 1947 The Rose Without a Thorn (TV Movie)
Henry VIII
 1947 The Root of All Evil
George Grice
 1945 Read All About It (Short)
Jackson (uncredited)
 1945 I'll Be Your Sweetheart
Judge (uncredited)
 1944 Two Fathers (Short)
 1943 San Demetrio London
Captain George Waite
 1940 21 Days Together
 1939 Fiat Justitia (TV Movie)
 1938 Parnell (TV Movie)
 1938 White Secrets (TV Movie)
 1938 So Much to Do (TV Movie)
Cecil Rhodes
 1938 The Seventh Man (TV Movie)
 1937 The Ghost Train (TV Movie)
Saul Hodgkin
 1937 Victoria the Great
Rt. Hon. William Gladstone
 1936 Servants All (Short)
Sir Phineas Grant
 1936 Wrath of Jealousy
Dr. Granger
 1935 No Limit
 1934 Lorna Doone
King's messenger (uncredited)

Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Beatrice Mayor's play, "The Pleasure Garden," at the Grafton Theatre in London, England with Viola Lyel, Wilfred Grantham, Ethel Ramsay, Gwladys Evan Morris, and Phyllis Blewitt in the cast. Noel Iliff was director.


Beatrice Kane  (his death)

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British stage actor, often in pompous or authoritarian roles.

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