Dennis Wyndham

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Dennis Wyndham
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Born(1887-01-15)15 January 1887
Natal, South Africa
Died19 August 1973(1973-08-19) (aged 86)
Worthing, Sussex, England
Other namesDenis Wyndham
OccupationActor
Years active1911–1956

Dennis Wyndham (15 January 1887 19 August 1973) was a South African born stage and film actor. [1] [2] Long based in Britain, he appeared in more than 40 films between 1920 and 1956. He was born in Natal, South Africa. [3]

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On 23 May 1917, he married Elsie Mackay otherwise known as silent film actress Poppy Wyndham. Her elopement caused her father James Mackay, 1st Earl of Inchcape to disinherit her. The marriage was annulled in 1922. [4]

Partial filmography

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References

  1. "Dennis Wyndham - Theatricalia". theatricalia.com.
  2. "Dennis Wyndham". BFI.
  3. McFarlane, Brian (16 May 2016). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN   9781526111975 via Google Books.
  4. "Person Page". thepeerage.com.