Evelyn Henry Mollison
February 21, 1905
|Died||19 July 1985 80) (aged|
(m. 1932;div. 1934)
(m. 1937;div. 1947)
|Relatives||Clifford Mollison (brother)|
Evelyn Henry Mollison (21 February 1905 – 19 July 1985) was a British theatre and film actor.   He was the brother of the actor Clifford Mollison.
During World War II, he was held as a Prisoner of War for five years by the Nazis, after his ship was captured. During his time in the POW camp, he organized 56 shows for other prisoners. Following the war, he never completely returned to acting. 
He was married to actresses Jane Welsh from 1932 to 1934 and Lina Basquette from 1937 until their divorce in 1947.  
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