C. Denier Warren

Charles Denier Warren (29 July 1889 – 27 August 1971) was an Anglo-American actor who appeared extensively on stage and screen from the early 1930s to late 1960s, mostly in Great Britain.[1]

C. Denier Warren
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Born
Charles Denier Warren

(1889-07-29)July 29, 1889
DiedAugust 27, 1971(1971-08-27) (aged 82)
OccupationStage, film, television actor

LifeEdit

He was born in Chicago the son of Charles Warren and his wife Marguerite Fish. The family moved to England when he was eight.[2]

He is also credited as the writer of Take Off That Hat (1938 screenplay), She Shall Have Music (1935) and the BBC radio show Kentucky Minstrels (1934).[3]

In July 1932 Harry S. Pepper, Stanley Holloway, Joe Morley, Doris Arnold, Jane Carr and Warren revived the White Coons Concert Party show of the Edwardian era for BBC Radio.[4]

He died in Torquay in south west England on 27 August 1971.[5]

Selected filmographyEdit

Selected Stage RolesEdit

  • The First Kiss (1924) as Ali-Mon, Chief Magistrate of Seville, at the New Oxford Theatre, London
  • The Music Man (1961) as Mayor George Shinn, UK premiere at the Adelphi Theatre, London

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "C. Denier Warren". BFI. Archived from the original on 2012-08-05.
  2. ^ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0912755/
  3. ^ "C. Denier Warren - Movies and Filmography - AllMovie". AllMovie.
  4. ^ HARRY S. PEPPER revives The White Coons Concert Party : National Programme Daventry, 28 September 1932 22.00 at bbc.co.uk, accessed 28 July 2016
  5. ^ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0912755/

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