Harold Saxon-Snell

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Harold Saxon-Snell
Born7 August 1889
Died8 August 1956(1956-08-08) (aged 67)
Other namesLeslie Harold Saxon Snell
Years active1914-1935 (film)

Harold Saxon-Snell (1889–1956) was a British stage and film actor. [1] He appeared in twenty-three films during the silent and early sound eras. He is often credited as H. Saxon-Snell or Harold Snell. He and actress Kathleen Boutall married in 1922. [2]



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