Hubert Gordon Hopkirk
20 April 1884 
|Died||1966 (aged 72)|
Hubert Gordon Hopkirk (20 April 1884 – 1966) was a British actor of the silent era.  He was born in Jena, Germany to British parents and began his film career in the late 1910s. After a series of films in Britain, he went to the United States to appear in Hollywood films before returning to Britain.  Hopkirk never married. Later in life he converted to Buddhism and resided in Bangkok, Thailand. He died in a car accident at the age of 72. 
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This is a summary of 1936 in music in the United Kingdom.