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Tudor Owen (Roy Tudor Owen)

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Biography

Penarth, Glamorgan, Wales, UK
This distinctive-looking, bushy-browed, heavy-set Welsh character actor played dozens of rustics, sea captains, sheriffs, priests and police officers during a forty-year long career, starting in 1926. His was the perfect face for period drama. At the peak of his popularity, Owen co-starred as a first mate in Captain David Grief (1957), a South Seas adventure based on stories by Jack London. During the 1940's and 50's, he was prolific on radio, lending his voice to crime dramas like "Pursuit" (CBS, 1949-52) and "Pete Kelly's Blues". Read more...

Actor

Character: Cormac Gillespie

Top o' the Morning 1949

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Character: Romley

The Black Castle 1952

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Character: Archie Beaton

Brigadoon 1954

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Character: Trawler Survivor

The Sea Chase 1955

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Character: Mr. Priestwood

Jet Over the Atlantic 1959

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Character: Parson Alec Harvey

How the West Was Won 1962

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Character: Towser

101 Dalmatians 1961

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Character: Cockney Charlie

The Thin Man 1957

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Character: Jock

Montana 1950

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Character: Seecombe

My Cousin Rachel 1952

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Character: Capt. Toby Meyers

Waterfront 1954

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Character: Sandy McDonald

The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin 1954

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Character: Colonel McBride

Broken Arrow 1956

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