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Alastair Sim

Alastair SimBorn: 9-Oct-1900
Birthplace: Edinburgh, Scotland
Died: 19-Aug-1976
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified
Remains: Other (donated to science)

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

Nationality: Scotland
Executive summary: Scrooge in A Christmas Carol

Father: Alexander Sim
Mother: Isabella McIntyre
Wife: Naomi Plaskitt (m. 1932, until his death)

    Professor: Lecturer, New College, Edinburgh University (1925-30)
    Administrator: Rector, New College, Edinburgh University (1948-51)

    Commander of the British Empire

    The Littlest Horse Thieves (26-May-1976)
    Rogue Male (1976)
    Royal Flash (2-Oct-1975) · Mr. Greig
    The Ruling Class (13-Sep-1972) · Bishop Lampton
    A Christmas Carol (21-Dec-1971) [VOICE]
    Cold Comfort Farm (22-Jun-1968)
    The Millionairess (18-Oct-1960) · Sagamore
    School for Scoundrels or How to Win Without Actually Cheating! (11-Jul-1960)
    Left Right and Centre (1959)
    The Doctor's Dilemma (17-Dec-1958) · Cutler Walpole
    Blue Murder at St. Trinian's (Dec-1957)
    The Green Man (18-Sep-1956)
    Escapade (1955) · Dr. Skillingworth
    Geordie (1955)
    An Inspector Calls (25-Nov-1954)
    The Belles of St. Trinian's (1-Oct-1954)
    Innocents in Paris (22-Jul-1953)
    Folly to Be Wise (19-Jan-1953)
    A Christmas Carol (28-Nov-1951) · Ebenezer Scrooge
    Laughter in Paradise (Mar-1951)
    The Happiest Days of Your Life (8-Mar-1950)
    Stage Fright (23-Feb-1950) · Commodore Gill
    London Belongs to Me (12-Aug-1948) · Mr. Squales
    Green for Danger (7-Aug-1947) · Insp. Cockrill
    Hue and Cry (1947)
    Captain Boycott (1947) · Fr. McKeogh
    Waterloo Road (5-Feb-1945)
    Cottage to Let (6-Sep-1941) · Charles Dimble
    Inspector Hornleigh on Holiday (1-Dec-1939)
    Inspector Hornleigh (7-Mar-1939)
    Climbing High (Nov-1938)
    This Man Is News (Sep-1938)
    Alf's Button Afloat (Jul-1938)
    Sailing Along (25-Jan-1938) · Sylvester
    Murder on Diamond Row (6-Nov-1937)
    Gangway (20-Aug-1937)
    The Man in the Mirror (15-Oct-1936)
    Keep Your Seats, Please (1936)
    The Private Secretary (Sep-1935)

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