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Claud Allister

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Occupation  Actor
Role  Actor
Name  Claud Allister
Years active  1929–1955

Born  3 October 1888 (1888-10-03) London, England
Died  July 26, 1970, Santa Barbara, California, United States
Movies  The Adventures of Ichabo, The Reluctant Dragon, Bulldog Drummond, The Private Life of Henry VIII, Monte Carlo
Similar People  F Richard Jones, Winston Hibler, Ted Sears, Fred Niblo, James Algar

Ex-spouse  Barbara Fay, Gwen Dowling

Claud Allister (3 October 1888 – 26 July 1970) was an English actor with an extensive film career in Hollywood, where he appeared in more than 70 films between 1929-1955.

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He was born William Claud Michael Palmer, in London, England. After receiving his education at Felsted School in Essex, he began his career as a stockbroker's clerk in the City of London, but gave up a life in the Square Mile on deciding that he preferred the stage, upon which he made his début in 1910. He toured England's repertory theatres playing minor parts up to the outbreak of World War I, when he was commissioned into the British Army as a subaltern, and saw active service with the Suffolk Regiment and the Machine Gun Corps Post-war he returned to acting, and in 1924 went to America to perform on the stage there initially. In 1929 he made his film début in The Trial of Mary Dugan. Allister died 26 July 1970 at Santa Barbara, California.


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