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Jimmy Aubrey (James Aubrey)

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Biography

Liverpool, England, UK
Born in Bolton, Lancashire, Aubrey was the son of US born gymnast Robert Aubrey. Later a member of the Fred Karno variety troupe, he first traveled to New York in 1900, then settled permanently after emigrating from London, on August 29, 1908. An early understudy of Charlie Chaplin, he later achieved leading status during the silents era (Oliver Hardy once providing support). Following his career decline as a starring performer, he was initially given work by Laurel & Hardy, before embarking on a career as a bit-part player in over 300 features. Read more...

Actor

Character: Pier Office Sailor

Today We Live 1933

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Character: Third English Cabby

Personal Property 1937

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Character: Toy Peddler

Five of a Kind 1938

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Character: Drunk Fisherman with Cigar at Club

Charlie Chan in Panama 1940

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Character: Henry Lupton

The Kid from Santa Fe 1940

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Character: Tod Appleby

Swamp Woman 1941

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Character: Johnny's Band Member

Unexpected Uncle 1941

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Character: Man Outside Asylum

Random Harvest 1942

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Character: Panhandle's Patient

Trail of Terror 1943

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Character: Frank Rand

Bad Men of Thunder Gap 1943

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Character: Bank Teller / Committee Member

Dead or Alive 1944

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Character: Bartender Tommy

The Pinto Bandit 1944

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Character: Nelson

Lured 1947

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Character: Mac - Mechanic

Calcutta 1947

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Character: Ship's Steward

Lullaby of Broadway 1951

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