Harry Royston

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Harry Royston
BornJanuary 1894
Bradford, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
DiedJune 1942 (aged 48)
Bradford, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
OccupationActor
Years active1911 - 1920 (film)

Harry Royston was a British stage and film actor. He appeared in more than sixty short and feature films during the silent era including Lady Jennifer . [1]

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Selected filmography

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  1. Goble p.506

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