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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Frank Lawton (born Frank Lawton Mokeley: 30 September 1904, London, England, UK; died 10 June 1969, London, England, UK) was an English actor married to Evelyn Laye, with whom he acted several times including in My Husband and I (? - 10 June 1969) (his death). His parents were stage players Daisy May Collier and Frank Mokeley (Frank Lawton (I)).  His first major screen credit was Young Woodley (1930). Description above from the Wikipedia article Frank Lawton, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Frank Lawton (born Frank Lawton Mokeley: 30 September 1904, London, England, UK; died 10 June 1969, London, England, UK) was an English actor married to Evelyn Laye, with whom he acted several times including in My Husband and I (? - 10 June 1969) (his death). His parents were stage players Daisy May Collier and Frank Mokeley (Frank Lawton (I)).  His first major screen credit was Young Woodley (1930). Description above from the Wikipedia article Frank Lawton, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 19

Birthday 1904-09-30

Day of Death 1969-06-10

Place of Birth London, England, UK

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1958 A Night to Remember as Chairman J. Bruce Ismay
1957 Silver Wedding as Sir Robert Marlowe
1953 Rough Shoot as Hassingham
1948 The Winslow Boy as John Watherstone
1942 Went the Day Well? as Tom Sturry
1939 The Four Just Men as James Terry
1937 The Mill on the Floss as Philip Wakem
1936 The Devil-Doll as Toto
1936 The Invisible Ray as Ronald Drake
1935 David Copperfield as David, the man
1934 One More River as Tony Croom
1933 Heads We Go as Toby Tyrrell
1933 Cavalcade as Joe Marryot
1932 After Office Hours as Hec
1931 Michael and Mary as David Rowe
1931 The Outsider as Basil Owen
1931 The Skin Game as Rolf Hornblower
1930 Birds of Prey as Jimmy Hilton
1930 Young Woodley as Woodley

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