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Alfred Drayton (Alfred Varick)

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Biography

Brighton, East Sussex, England, UK
Stocky, bald and rather cold-eyed English character actor, who made a career of playing choleric, hectoring or exasperated authority figures. A former brewery worker, he first appeared in amateur dramatics and over the years built up a reputation as an incisive theatrical performer, both in stage farces and in dramatic roles. Drayton made his professional acting debut at the New Theatre in Cardiff in 1908, moving on to the London stage the following year. He was on Broadway in 1925, then returned to England to play Captain Hook in "Peter Pan" at the Adelphi. Read more...

Actor

Character: Carl Graham

Radio Parade of 1935 1934

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Character: Adm. Fraser

Jack Ahoy 1934

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Character: German: Direktor

The Big Blockade 1942

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Character: Alfred Bandle

Women Aren't Angels 1943

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