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Felix Aylmer

Felix AylmerAKA Felix Edward Aylmer-Jones

Born: 21-Feb-1889
Birthplace: Corsham, Wiltshire, England
Died: 2-Sep-1979
Location of death: Pyrford, Surrey, England
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Cremated, Woking Crematorium, Woking, Surrey, England

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Henry V

Military service: Royal Navy Voluteer Reserve (WWI)

Father: Thomas Edward Aylmer Jones
Mother: Lilian Cookworthy
Wife: Cecily Byrne (m. 1915, d. 1975, one son, one daughter)
Son: David Aylmer (b. 31-Mar-1929, d. 20-Jul-1964)
Daughter: Jennifer

    High School: King James's Grammar School, Almondbury (1897-1900)
    High School: Magdalen College School, Oxford
    University: Exeter College, Oxford University

    Equity President (1950-69)
    Officer of the British Empire 1950
    Knight of the British Empire 1965

    Arabian Knight (25-Aug-1995) [VOICE]
    Hostile Witness (Nov-1968) · Justice Osborne
    Decline and Fall... of a Birdwatcher (25-Sep-1968)
    Masquerade (13-Apr-1965) · Henrickson
    The Chalk Garden (21-May-1964) · Judge McWhirrey
    Becket (11-Mar-1964)
    The Running Man (2-Oct-1963)
    The Boys (Sep-1962)
    The Road to Hong Kong (27-Apr-1962) · Grand Lama
    The Hands of Orlac (Dec-1960)
    From the Terrace (15-Jul-1960) · MacHardie
    Exodus (27-Mar-1960) · Dr. Lieberman
    Never Take Candy from a Stranger (4-Mar-1960)
    The Mummy (25-Sep-1959) · Stephen Banning
    Separate Tables (18-Dec-1958)
    The Doctor's Dilemma (17-Dec-1958) · Sir Patrick Cullen
    The Two-Headed Spy (17-Nov-1958)
    I Accuse! (5-Mar-1958) · Edgar Demange
    Saint Joan (8-May-1957) · Inquisitor
    Anastasia (13-Dec-1956) · Chamberlain
    The Love Lottery (Jan-1954)
    Knights of the Round Table (22-Dec-1953) · Merlin
    The Master of Ballantrae (5-Aug-1953) · Lord Durrisdeer
    Paris Express (Dec-1952)
    Ivanhoe (31-Jul-1952) · Isaac
    The Lady with a Lamp (22-Sep-1951)
    Quo Vadis (23-Feb-1951) · Plautius
    Trio (1-Aug-1950) · Bank Manager
    So Long at the Fair (3-Jun-1950) · Consul
    Eye Witness (25-Jan-1950)
    Prince of Foxes (9-Nov-1949) · Count Marc Antonio Verano
    Christopher Columbus (14-Jun-1949) · Fr. Perez
    Edward, My Son (2-Jun-1949) · Mr. Hanray
    Alice in Wonderland (13-May-1949) · Dr. Liddel
    Quartet (26-Oct-1948)
    Hamlet (28-Sep-1948) · Polonius, Lord Chamberlain
    The Calendar (25-May-1948)
    The Ghosts of Berkeley Square (30-Oct-1947)
    The October Man (28-Aug-1947) · Dr. Martin
    The Magic Bow (Sep-1946) · Fazzini
    The Years Between (8-Jul-1946)
    Caesar and Cleopatra (11-Dec-1945) · 1st Nobleman
    The Wicked Lady (15-Nov-1945)
    The Way to the Stars (16-Jun-1945) · Rev. Charles Moss
    Henry the Fift (Nov-1944)
    Mr. Emmanuel (2-Oct-1944)
    Her Man Gilbey (28-Jul-1944) · Mr. Spaggot
    Time Flies (8-May-1944)
    Adventure for Two (18-Nov-1943) · Mr. Runalow
    The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (10-Jun-1943) · The Bishop
    The Peterville Diamond (11-Jan-1943) · President
    The Young Mr. Pitt (21-Sep-1942)
    The Black Sheep of Whitehall (23-Feb-1942)
    Hi Gang! (27-Dec-1941)
    South American George (27-Dec-1941)
    I Thank You (20-Oct-1941) · Henry Potter
    Major Barbara (14-May-1941)
    Spellbound (10-May-1941)
    The Saint's Vacation (9-May-1941) · Leighton
    The Ghost of St. Michael's (Apr-1941)
    Saloon Bar (2-Nov-1940)
    The Case of the Frightened Lady (28-Sep-1940)
    Charley's (Big-Hearted) Aunt (31-Aug-1940)
    Night Train to Munich (31-Aug-1940) · Dr. Fredericks
    Girl in the News (28-Aug-1940) · Prosecuting Counsel
    The Citadel (3-Nov-1938) · Mr. Boon
    Sixty Glorious Years (14-Oct-1938)
    Three on a Weekend (27-Jan-1938) · Surgeon
    South Riding (10-Jan-1938)
    Victoria the Great (28-Oct-1937)
    The Vicar of Bray (9-May-1937)
    The Mill on the Floss (Jan-1937)
    The Man in the Mirror (15-Oct-1936)
    As You Like It (3-Sep-1936) · Duke Frederick
    Seven Sinners (Jun-1936)
    Nine Days a Queen (Apr-1936)
    The Wandering Jew (15-Nov-1933)
    The Shadow (2-Mar-1933)
    The Ghost Camera (1933)

Author of books:
Dickens Incognito (1959)
The Drood Case (1964)

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