Albert Martin Boddey
|Born||Apr 16, 1907|
|Died||Oct 24, 1975|
|Age||Died at 68|
|Top Roles||Albert, Num Yum's Executive, Russian Military Policeman, Jason Roote, Mr. Arpels|
|Top Genres||Drama, Comedy, Crime, Romance, Mystery, Thriller/Suspense|
|Top Topics||Book-Based, Romance (Comic), World War II|
|Top Collaborators||Marianne Stone, Victor Maddern, Glynis Johns, Richard Wattis|
|Shares birthday with||Charlie Chaplin, Peter Ustinov, Henry Stephenson see more..|
Martin Boddey Overview:
Character actor, Martin Boddey, was born Albert Martin Boddey on Apr 16, 1907 in Stirling, Scotland. Boddey died at the age of 68 on Oct 24, 1975 in London, England .
Burly British actor, often mustachioed, with dark hair sleekly brushed across his head and dark, almost choleric complexion. He didn't get into films at all until past 40, then played mostly solid types, like police sergeants and inspectors. Occasionally he let the solidity slip into wronged husbands, or even out-and-out villains - these roles having an intensity missing from his other work. Died from a heart attack.(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Film Character Actors: an Illustrated Directory).
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