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George Mozart (1864–1947)

George Mozart was born on February 15, 1864 in Great Yarmouth, England as David John Gillings. He was an actor and writer, known for Coney as Peacemaker (1913), Coney Gets the Glad Eye (1913) and Coney, Ragtimer (1913). He was married to Eleanore Amelia Tennant. He died on December 10, 1947 in London, England. See full bio »

Died:

(age 83) in London, England, UK

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 1938 Pygmalion
Third Bystander
 1937 Chinatown Nights
Bill
 1937 Overcoat Sam (Short)
Sam
 1936 The Bank Messenger Mystery
George Brown
 1936 Full Speed Ahead
Chief Smith
 1936 Song of Freedom
Bert Puddick
 1936 Cafe Mascot
George Juppley
 1936 Two on a Doorstep
George
 1936 Strange Cargo
'Orace
 1936 Polly's Two Fathers (Short)
Jack
 1935 Phantom Ship
Tommy Duggan
 1935 The Public Life of Henry the Ninth
Draughts Player
 1933 The Medicine Man
Sir Timothy Rugg
 1913 Coney, Ragtimer (Short)
Coney
 1913 Coney as Peacemaker (Short)
Coney
 1913 Coney Gets the Glad Eye (Short)
Coney
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Trivia:

British music-hall performer. His granddaughter was Windmill Girl Charmian Innes.

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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