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Occupation
  
actor

Children
  
John Kove

Role
  
Actor

Name
  
Kenneth Kove

Years active
  
1930–1965


Born
  
30 April 1892
Wandsworth, London United Kingdom

Other names
  
John William S. Bridgewater

Died
  
December 1984, Brighton, United Kingdom

Movies
  
Murder!, Innocents in Paris, Look Up and Laugh, Down River, The Bank Messenger Mystery

Similar People
  
Herbert Brenon, Peter Godfrey, Maurice Elvey, Miles Mander, Alfred Hitchcock

Kenneth Kove (1892–1984) was a British actor. He was a regular member of the Aldwych farce team between 1923 and 1930, often in "silly-ass" roles; appearing in It Pays to Advertise (1923), Thark (1927), A Cup of Kindness (1929), and A Night Like This (1930). He also appeared in several films.

References

Kenneth Kove Wikipedia


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