Franklyn Bellamy

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Franklyn Bellamy
Born7 March 1886
Kuala Lumpur
Died15 February 1961 (1961-02-16) (aged 74)
Occupationstage and film actor

Franklyn Bellamy (7 March 1886 in Kuala Lumpur – 15 February 1961 in Bodmin) was an English stage and film actor. [1] In 1924 he appeared in Frederick Lonsdale's melodrama The Fake in the West End. [2]


Partial filmography

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  1. "Franklyn Bellamy". BFI.
  2. "Production of The Fake - Theatricalia".