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Cause of death  Stroke
Occupation  Actor
Name  Arthur Chesney
Spouse  Estelle Winwood (m. 1907)
Siblings  Edmund Gwenn
Nationality  British
Years active  1920 – 1948
Role  Actor
Children  Ann Dummett

Full Name  Arthur William Kellaway
Born  1882Wandsworth, London, England
Family  Edmund Gwenn (brother), Cecil Kellaway (Cousin)
Died  August 27, 1949, Hampstead, United Kingdom
Movies  The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog, Lights of London
Similar People  Edmund Gwenn, Estelle Winwood, Alfred Hitchcock, Maurice Elvey, Miles Mander

Arthur Chesney (1882 – 27 August 1949) was an English actor.

He was born Arthur William Kellaway in 1882 in Hampstead, London, England, he was the brother of the actor Edmund Gwenn, the cousin of the actor Cecil Kellaway and the father of the activist Ann Dummett.

He died on 27 August 1949 following a massive stroke in Hampstead, London, aged 66.

Selected filmography

  • Lights of London (1914)
  • The Lure of Crooning Water (1920)
  • Hindle Wakes (1927)
  • French Leave (1930)
  • The Shadow Between (1931)
  • Lord Babs (1932)
  • The Indiscretions of Eve (1932)
  • Fires of Fate (1932)
  • Night of the Garter (1933)
  • The Fortunate Fool (1933) as Batty
  • Chelsea Life (1933)
  • Youthful Folly (1934)
  • Colonel Blood (1934)
  • Chick (1936)
  • Please Teacher (1937)
  • London Melody (1937)
  • Song of the Forge (1937)
  • The Flamingo Affair (1948)
  • References

    Arthur Chesney Wikipedia