Norman Pierce

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Norman Pierce
Actor Norman Pierce.jpg
in The Magic Box (1951)
Born5 September 1900
Died22 March 1968
Occupation Film actor
Years active 1935 - 1968

Norman Pierce (5 September 1900 22 March 1968) was a British actor. He was born in Southport, Lancashire. He died in Helions Bumpstead, Essex, England on 22 March 1968 at the age of 67. [1] He played pub landlords and barmen in a number of different films.

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His West End stage roles included Frank Harvey's Brighton Rock and Ronald Millar's Waiting for Gillian . [2]

Selected filmography

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References

  1. "Norman Pierce". BFI.
  2. "Norman Pierce | Theatricalia". theatricalia.com.