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Cecil Kellaway

Cecil KellawayAKA Cecil Kellaway Kellaway

Born: 22-Aug-1893
Birthplace: Cape Town, South Africa
Died: 28-Feb-1973
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Westwood Memorial Park, Los Angeles, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

Wife: Doreen Elizabeth Joubert
Son: Peter Kellaway (neurologist)

    Getting Straight (13-May-1970)
    Fitzwilly (20-Dec-1967) · Buckmaster
    Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (11-Dec-1967) · Monsignor Ryan
    The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin (3-Mar-1967)
    Spinout (17-Oct-1966) · Bernard Ranley
    Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (15-Dec-1964) · Harry
    Quick, Let's Get Married (1964)
    The Cardinal (12-Dec-1963) · Monsignor Monaghan
    Zotz! (Jul-1962) · Dean Updike
    Tammy Tell Me True (26-Jul-1961) · Capt. Joe
    Francis of Assisi (12-Jul-1961) · Cardinal Hugolino
    The Private Lives of Adam and Eve (Dec-1960)
    The Shaggy Dog (19-Mar-1959)
    The Proud Rebel (1-Jul-1958) · Dr. Enos Davis
    Johnny Trouble (24-Sep-1957)
    The Toy Tiger (29-Jun-1956)
    Female on the Beach (20-Aug-1955) · Osbert Sorenson
    The Prodigal (6-May-1955) · Governor
    Interrupted Melody (25-Mar-1955) · Bill Lawrence
    Paris Model (10-Nov-1953) · Patrick J. Sullivan
    Cruisin' Down the River (23-Jul-1953)
    The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (13-Jun-1953) · Dr. Thurgood Elson
    Young Bess (21-May-1953) · Mr. Parry
    My Wife's Best Friend (10-Oct-1952)
    Thunder in the East (1952) · Dr. Willoughby
    The Highwayman (12-Aug-1951)
    Half Angel (5-May-1951)
    Francis Goes to the Races (1-May-1951) · Col. Travers
    Kim (7-Dec-1950) · Hurree Chunder
    Harvey (13-Oct-1950) · Dr. Chumley
    The Reformer and the Redhead (5-May-1950)
    Down to the Sea in Ships (22-Feb-1949)
    Portrait of Jennie (25-Dec-1948) · Mr. Matthews
    Joan of Arc (11-Nov-1948) · Jean le Maistre, Inquisitor of Rouen
    The Luck of the Irish (15-Sep-1948) · Horace
    Unconquered (24-Sep-1947)
    Variety Girl (29-Aug-1947) · Himself
    The Cockeyed Miracle (24-Oct-1946) · Tom Carter
    Monsieur Beaucaire (4-Sep-1946)
    Easy to Wed (11-Jul-1946) · J. B. Allenbury
    The Postman Always Rings Twice (2-May-1946) · Nick Smith
    Kitty (16-Oct-1945)
    Love Letters (17-Aug-1945) · Mack
    Practically Yours (20-Dec-1944)
    And Now Tomorrow (22-Nov-1944) · Dr. Weeks
    Mrs. Parkington (12-Oct-1944) · Edward, Prince of Wales
    Frenchman's Creek (20-Sep-1944)
    The Good Fellows (11-Aug-1943)
    It Ain't Hay (19-Mar-1943)
    The Crystal Ball (22-Jan-1943)
    Forever and a Day (21-Jan-1943)
    I Married a Witch (30-Oct-1942) · Daniel
    Take a Letter, Darling (6-May-1942)
    Night of January 16th (28-Nov-1941)
    Appointment for Love (31-Oct-1941)
    Birth of the Blues (31-Oct-1941)
    New York Town (31-Oct-1941)
    Lady with Red Hair (30-Nov-1940) · Mr. Chapman
    The Letter (22-Nov-1940) · Prescott
    South of Suez (16-Nov-1940) · Henry Putnam
    Mexican Spitfire Out West (29-Oct-1940) · Cholomondely
    The Mummy's Hand (20-Sep-1940) · Mr. Solvani
    Phantom Raiders (7-Jun-1940) · Franklin Morris
    Brother Orchid (7-Jun-1940)
    Adventure in Diamonds (8-Mar-1940)
    The House of the Seven Gables (29-Feb-1940) · Philip Barton
    The Invisible Man Returns (12-Jan-1940) · Inspector Sampson
    Mexican Spitfire (9-Jan-1940)
    We Are Not Alone (25-Nov-1939)
    Intermezzo: A Love Story (22-Sep-1939) · Charles Moler
    Wuthering Heights (13-Apr-1939) · Earnshaw
    Blond Cheat (17-Jun-1938) · Rufus Trent
    This Marriage Business (8-Apr-1938)
    Maid's Night Out (4-Mar-1938) · Geoffrey
    Double Danger (28-Jan-1938) · Fentriss

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