|Died||5 December 1971 83) (aged|
|Service||Royal Air Force|
|War||World War II|
Hugh Wakefield (10 November 1888 – 5 December 1971) was an English film actor, who played supporting roles.  He was often seen wearing a monocle.  
Hugh Claude Wakefield was born in Wanstead, Essex. He also had a distinguished stage career,  which began at the age of 11. City of Song (1931) was his first film.  After completing 1954's The Million Pound Note , Wakefield retired from film acting.  He died 5 December 1971 in London aged 83.
Wakefield appeared in the original London productions of Between Friends (1930), Take a Chance (1931), Tea for Two (1938), Off the Record (1947), Top Secret (1949) and The Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker (1955) .
Hugh Wakefield served with the RAF during World War II, along with his Blithe Spirit co-star Rex Harrison. He was also an avid sportsman, particularly enjoying golf and tennis.  His daughter, Margaret Diana (1933-2015), married the aristocratic jockey Gay Kindersley. 
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