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Also Known As: Died: July 24, 2002
Born: December 23, 1909 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Kent, England, GB Profession: actor, engineer

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A prolific British character player from the stage, whose film and TV appearances were usually in decidedly supporting roles, Maurice Denham was originally an engineer. He did not make his theatrical debut in until he was in his mid-20s, playing Hubert in "The Marquise" at the Little Theatre in Hull, England. Denham made his London debut in "Rain Before Seven" (1936). Already an established character player with a long list of stage credits, he joined the Old Vic Company in 1961 playing both "King Lear" and "Macbeth" that year. Denham played the title role in a West End production of "Nathan the Wise" (1967) and Serebryakov a Hampstead production of "Uncle Vanya" (1979).

A prolific British character player from the stage, whose film and TV appearances were usually in decidedly supporting roles, Maurice Denham was originally an engineer. He did not make his theatrical debut in until he was in his mid-20s, playing Hubert in "The Marquise" at the Little Theatre in Hull, England. Denham made his London debut in "Rain Before Seven" (1936). Already an established character player with a long list of stage credits, he joined the Old Vic Company in 1961 playing both "King Lear" and "Macbeth" that year. Denham played the title role in a West End production of "Nathan the Wise" (1967) and Serebryakov a Hampstead production of "Uncle Vanya" (1979).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
2.
 Tears in the Rain (1988) Fordingbridge
3.
 Mr. Love (1986) Theo
4.
 84 Charing Cross Road (1986) George Martin
5.
 Chain, The (1985) Grandpa
7.
 Julia (1977) Undertaker
8.
 Shout at the Devil (1976) Mr Smythe
9.
 Luther (1974) Johann Von Staupitz
10.
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Milestones close milestones

1934:
Began stage career in repertory in Hull
1936:
Made London stage debut in "Rain Before Seven"
1941:
Made screen acting debut in "Barnacle Bill"
1961:
With Old Vic Company
1961:
Played "Macbeth" with Old Vic
1982:
Made cable TV debut in "The Potting Sled"
1987:
Had featured role in "84 Charing Cross Road"
1988:
Co-starred in "Tears in the Rain" for Showtime
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wife:
Margaret Dunn. Deceased.

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father:
Norman Denham.
mother:
Winifred Denham.

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