Lloyd Pearson

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Pearson's 1939 Spotlight picture (sketch by Kay Stewart)

Lloyd Mawson Pearson (13 December 1897 2 June 1966) was a British actor, born in Cleckheaton, near Batley in the West Riding of Yorkshire. [1] [2] A former bank clerk, much active on stage and in character roles in films, [3] his theatre work included the original West End production of J. B. Priestley's When We Are Married in 1938, a role he reprised in the film version in 1943. [4] [5]

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He died in London on 2 June 1966 aged 68. [6]

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1938 Incident in Shanghai
1938 The Challenge Seiler
1938 Penny Paradise
1940 Let George Do It! Hotel ManagerUncredited
1940Tilly of BloomsburyUncredited
1941 Kipps Shalford
1942 Banana Ridge Mr. Bingley
1942 The Day Will Dawn Wettau's AssistantUncredited
1942 Uncensored Cabaret ManagerUncredited
1942 The Goose Steps Out Train PassengerUncredited
1942 The Young Mr. Pitt Minor RoleUncredited
1943 When We Are Married Joe Helliwell
1943 Rhythm Serenade Mr. Simkins
1943 Schweik's New Adventures Josef Schweik
1943 My Learned Friend Col. Chudleigh
1944 Time Flies PublicanUncredited
1944 The Way Ahead Thyrtle
1945 The Agitator Derek Cunlyffe
1948 The Three Weird Sisters Solicitor
1948 Bond Street Drunken ClientUncredited
1948 Mr. Perrin and Mr. Traill Mr. Dormer
1949 Passport to Pimlico Fawcett
1949 Dear Mr. Prohack Mr. BishopUncredited
1949 Under Capricorn Land AgentUncredited
1950 Portrait of Clare Sir Joseph Hingston
1952 Private Information Mayor
1952 Hindle Wakes Tim Farrer
1957 The Good Companions Mr. Tarvin
1960 The Angry Silence Howarth
1964 A Jolly Bad Fellow Dr. Rossiter

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References

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  2. "Bingley Little Theatre - Playwrights". Bingley Little Theatre. Retrieved 25 August 2011.
  3. McFarlane, Brian (16 May 2016). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN   9781526111975 via Google Books.
  4. "Lloyd Pearson - Theatricalia". theatricalia.com.
  5. "When We Are Married (1943) - Lance Comfort - Cast and Crew". AllMovie.
  6. Gillan, Don (24 July 2007). "Bingley Little Theatre". www.bingleylittletheatre.co.uk.