Clifford Heatherley Lamb
8 October 1888
|Died||15 September 1937 (aged 48)|
Edmonton, London, England
Clifford Heatherley Lamb (8 October 1888 in Preston, Lancashire – 15 September 1937 in London) was an English stage and film actor.
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