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Charles Hawtrey (George Frederick Joffe Hartree)

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Biography

Hounslow, Middlesex, England, UK
Coming from a theatrical family (although not related to the famous Edwardian actor Sir Charles Hawtrey, he did "borrow" his last name), Charles Hawtrey made his stage debut at age 11 after having spent several years in a prestigious acting school. A string of stage roles followed, and by 1929 his success led him to move into radio. His success in that medium led to his entry into films, often working alongside noted comedian Will Hay. He continued his stage, radio and film work, although he scored more success on stage. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Studious Youth at the Aquarium

Sabotage 1936

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Character: Percy Thorne

The Ghost of St. Michael's 1941

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Character: Thomas Duckett

A Canterbury Tale 1944

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Character: Bert Fitch

Passport to Pimlico 1949

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Character: Teddy boy

As Long as They're Happy 1955

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Character: Michael Bean

Carry on Teacher 1959

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Character: Charlie Bind

Carry on Spying 1964

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Character: Dan Dann

Carry on Screaming! 1966

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Character: Chief Big Heap

Carry on Cowboy 1966

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Character: Duc de Pommfrit

Don't Lose Your Head 1966

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Character: Pte. James Widdle

Carry On... Up the Khyber 1968

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