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Bill Stephens (XII) (1901–1949)

Bill Stephens was born on November 26, 1901 in Brynmawr, Blaenau Gwent, Wales as William E. Stephens. He was an actor and writer, known for Dick Whittington and His Cat (1937), Red Peppers (1938) and Charley's Aunt (1938). He was married to Anne Bolt. He died on December 9, 1949 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Red Peppers
Red Peppers Mr. Edwards
(1938)
Charley's Aunt
Charley's Aunt Stephen Spettigue
(1938)

Filmography

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 1964 The Reluctant Peer (TV Movie)
Lord Cleghorn (as William Stephens)
 1948 Lady Luck (TV Movie)
Van Hoover
 1948 Jolly Roger (TV Movie)
Bold Ben Blister
 1948 Red Peppers (TV Short)
Mr. Edwards
 1947 1066 and All That (TV Movie)
 1939 Order to View (TV Series)
- Episode #1.3 (1939) ... (as William Stephens)
 1939 1066: And All That (TV Movie) (as William Stephens)
 1938 Charley's Aunt (TV Movie)
Stephen Spettigue (as William Stephens)
 1938 They're Off! (TV Movie)
Sir Jasper Mandragon (as William Stephens)
 1938 Red Peppers (TV Movie)
Mr. Edwards (as William Stephens)
 1937 Dick Whittington and His Cat (TV Movie)
Idle Jack (as William Stephens)
 1937 Pride o' the Green (TV Movie)
Sir Sam Pebble (as William Stephens)
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 1937-1939 Re-View (TV Series) (devised by - 8 episodes)
- Episode dated 24 July 1939 (1939) ... (devised by - as William Stephens)
- Episode dated 11 April 1939 (1939) ... (devised by - as William Stephens)
- Episode dated 2 February 1939 (1939) ... (devised by - as William Stephens)
- Episode dated 18 January 1939 (1939) ... (devised by - as William Stephens)
- Episode dated 12 January 1939 (1939) ... (devised by - as William Stephens)
 1937 Dick Whittington and His Cat (TV Movie) (additional dialogue - as William Stephens)
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 1949 Old Songs for New (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode dated 6 October 1949 (1949) ... Himself
 1937-1939 Re-View (TV Series)
Himself - Performer / Himself
- Episode dated 11 April 1939 (1939) ... Himself (as William Stephens)
- Episode dated 2 February 1939 (1939) ... Himself (as William Stephens)
- Episode dated 18 January 1939 (1939) ... Himself - Performer (as William Stephens)
- Episode dated 12 January 1939 (1939) ... Himself - Performer (as William Stephens)
- Episode dated 15 November 1938 (1938) ... Himself - Performer (as William Stephens)
 1937 Queue for Song (TV Series)
Himself - Performer
- Episode dated 20 October 1937 (1937) ... Himself - Performer (as William Stephens)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Herbert and Ellis's revue, "Streamline", in a Charles B. Cochran's production at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Florence Desmond, Roy Russell, Charles Heslop, Naunton Wayne, Tilly Losch, Nora Howard, La Jana, June Hart, Sepha Treble, Iris March, Moya Nugent, Esmond Knight, Larry Adler and Kyra Nijinsky ... See more »

Alternate Names:

William Stephens
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Star Sign:

Sagittarius

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