Frank Cellier1884 — 1948 Age: 64 years old
Frank Cellier (23 February 1884 – 27 September 1948) was an English actor. Early in his career, he toured in Britain, Germany, the West Indies, America and South Africa. In the 1920s, he became known in the West End for Shakespearean character roles, among others, and also directed some plays in which he acted. Later, during the 1930s and 1940s, he also appeared in films. Beginning in the 1930s, Cellier played roles in films, including Sheriff Watson in Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps (1935). He was also Monsieur Barsac in the comedy film The Guv'nor (1935). Cellier died in London in 1948 aged 64.
February 23, 1884, Surbiton, Surrey, England, UK
September 27, 1948
1934 Lorna DooneCapt. Jeremy Stickles 1934 The Fire RaisersBrent 1935 The 39 StepsSheriff Watson 1935 The DictatorSir Murray Keith 1936 The Man Who Changed His MindLord Haslewood 1936 Rhodes of AfricaBarney Barnato 1937 Action for SlanderSir Bernard Roper 1937 Victoria the Great(uncredited) 1938 Sixty Glorious YearsLord Derby 1941 Cottage to LetJohn Forest 1941 Love on the DoleSam Grundy 1941 Quiet WeddingWilliam Frederick Davenport Chaytor 1942 The Big BlockadeSchneider 1942 The Black Sheep of WhitehallInnsbach 1946 Quiet WeekendAdrian BarrasfordLimited to the 15 most popular items