Mark Daly Overview:

Character actor, Mark Daly, was born Thomas Mark Daly on Aug 23, 1887 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Daly died at the age of 70 on Sep 27, 1957 in London, England .


Mark Daly was a fair-haired, Scottish-born actor with a ruddy complexion, receding chin, sharp nose and watery eyes. Known as a cheerful character, he was once a music-hall comic and a member of Fred Karno's troupe. Daly had the leading role in 1953's Alf's Baby and was the old junk shop man who sold Tommy Steele his first guitar in The Tommy Steele Story. He also was in the 1933 movie, The Private Life of Henry VIII.

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Illustrated Dictionary of Film Character Actors).



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