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Billy Cook became an actor when he was just ten years old. Cook's career beginnings included film roles in the Fred MacMurray drama "Men With Wings" (1938), "Beau Geste" (1939) with Gary Cooper and "Disputed Passage" (1939). He went on to act in "The Blue Bird" (1940), the dramatic adaptation "Children of Men" (2006) with Julianne Moore and "Black Wine" (2008). He also appeared in "Ripper Street" (BBC, 2012-15). More recently, Cook acted on "The Crimson Field" (PBS, 2014-15).

Billy Cook became an actor when he was just ten years old. Cook's career beginnings included film roles in the Fred MacMurray drama "Men With Wings" (1938), "Beau Geste" (1939) with Gary Cooper and "Disputed Passage" (1939). He went on to act in "The Blue Bird" (1940), the dramatic adaptation "Children of Men" (2006) with Julianne Moore and "Black Wine" (2008). He also appeared in "Ripper Street" (BBC, 2012-15). More recently, Cook acted on "The Crimson Field" (PBS, 2014-15).

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1.
2.
 Eat Local (2016)
3.
 Children of Men (2006)
4.
 Naval Academy (1941) Dick Brewster
5.
 I Was an Adventuress (1940) Bell boy
6.
 The Blue Bird (1940) Boy chemist
7.
 Disputed Passage (1939) Johnny Merkle
8.
 Beau Geste (1939) John Geste as a child
9.
 I'm from Missouri (1939) Farm boy
10.
 Invitation to Happiness (1939) Albert Cole, Jr.
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