Tony Wright (actor)

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Paul Anthony Wright

10 December 1925
Died6 June 1986 (aged 60)
Wandsworth, London, England, UK
Years active1953–1981
(m. 1956;div. 1959)

Paul Anthony "Tony" Wright (10 December 1925 6 June 1986) was an English film actor. [1] The son of actor Hugh E. Wright, he was a Rank Organisation contract player for some years. [2] [3] He married actress Janet Munro in 1957, though the couple were divorced in 1959. [4]


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  2. "Tony Wright movies, photos, movie reviews, filmography, and biography - AllMovie". AllMovie.
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  4. "Janet Munro - The Private Life and Times of Janet Munro. Janet Munro Pictures".