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Also Known As: Arthur William Chesney Kellaway Died:
Born: November 21, 1881 Cause of Death:
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Arthur Chesney was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1914, he appeared in his first feature film "Lights of London." Chesney began his career with a role in the Ivor Novello thriller "The Lodger" (1926). Chesney then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in the drama "Sorrell and Son" (1933) with H. B. Warner. Later in his career, Chesney acted in the adventurous drama "O.H.M.S." (1937) with Wallace Ford. Chesney passed away in August 1949 at the age of 68.

Arthur Chesney was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1914, he appeared in his first feature film "Lights of London." Chesney began his career with a role in the Ivor Novello thriller "The Lodger" (1926). Chesney then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in the drama "Sorrell and Son" (1933) with H. B. Warner. Later in his career, Chesney acted in the adventurous drama "O.H.M.S." (1937) with Wallace Ford. Chesney passed away in August 1949 at the age of 68.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 You're in the Army Now (1937) Sugar daddy
2.
 Sorrell and Son (1934) Mr. Porteous
3.
 Runaway Queen (1934)
4.
 Youthful Folly (1934)
5.
 Chelsea Life (1933) Ambrose Lincoln
6.
 The Lodger (1926)
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