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|Born||17 December 1885|
Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, England
|Died||16 January 1958 72) (aged|
Aubrey Mather (17 December 1885 – 16 January 1958) was an English character actor. 
Mather was born in Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, and began his career on the stage in 1905. He debuted in London in Brewster's Millions in 1909 and on Broadway ten years later in Luck of the Navy.  He eventually branched out to films, starting with Young Woodley in 1930.  He often played butlers. In the 1932 film The Impassive Footman he played the eponymous footman. He died in Harrow, London, aged 72.
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