G. H. Mulcaster

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Mulcaster from a Bulldog Drummond programme (early 1920s) Actor G.H. Mulcaster.jpg
Mulcaster from a Bulldog Drummond programme (early 1920s)

G. H. Mulcaster (27 June 1891 – 19 January 1964) was a London-born British actor. [1] [2] He was the father of the actor Michael Mulcaster, [3] and the first husband of English actress Diana Napier.


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  1. "G. H. Mulcaster". Archived from the original on 23 October 2012. Retrieved 3 May 2011.
  2. "G. H. Mulcaster – Theatricalia".
  3. "Michael Mulcaster – Biographical Summaries of Notable People – MyHeritage".