Donald Calthrop Net Worth

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Donald Calthrop (11 April 1888 – 15 July 1940) was an English stage and film actor. He starred as the title character in the hit musical The Boy in 1917. He then appeared in 63 films between 1916 and 1940, including five films directed by Alfred Hitchcock.He was born in London and died in Eton, Berkshire from a heart attack while he was filming Major Barbara. According to Ronald Neame in his autobiography, some shots in the final film had a stand-in playing Calthrop (from the back) and a bit of dialog was recorded using an unnamed person who impersonated Calthrop's voice.He was the nephew of Dion Boucicault. He was educated at St Paul's School and made his first stage appearance when eighteen years old at the Comedy Theatre, London. His first film was The Gay Lord Quex.
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Date Of BirthApril 11, 1888, Chelsea, London, United Kingdom
DiedJuly 15, 1940, Eton, United Kingdom
Place Of BirthLondon, England, UK
Height5' 8" (1.73 m)
ProfessionActor, Soundtrack
Star SignAries
1Character actor, on stage from 1906 at the Comedy Theatre in London. Noted for playing nervous or edgy characters, bullies, cowards and blackmailers. Used by Hitchcock in three of his early films. He had a strong screen presence and distinctive diction.
2During the filming of Spanish Eyes (1930) in 1930, Donald Calthrop invited a chorus girl, named Nita Foy, to his dressing room for drinks during a break. Nita stepped too near the stove and her costume caught on fire, and she burned to death. Donald, who was married, faced the additional horror of explaining to his wife why Nita was in his dressing room to start with. Supposedly the situation led to the end of Donald's marriage and the beginning of his drinking problem.
3Grandson of Dion Boucicault.
4Nephew of Dion Boucicault Jr..


Major Barbara1941Peter Shirley
Charley's (Big-Hearted) Aunt1940Guide (uncredited)
To Hell with Hitler1940Frederick Strickland
Band Waggon1940Hobday
Shadow of Death1939ShortHenry Wilson
Dreaming Lips1937Philosopher
Danger in Paris1937Nick
Thunder in the City1937Dr. Plumet
Fire Over England1937Don Escobal
A Night of Terror1937Hobson
The Man Who Lived Again1936Clayton
The Man Behind the Mask1936Dr. Harold E. Walpole
Broken Blossoms1936Old Chinaman
Scrooge1935Bob Cratchit
Man of the Moment1935Godfrey
The Phantom Light1935David Owen
Me and Marlborough1935Drunken Yokel
The Clairvoyant1935Derelict (uncredited)
The Divine Spark1935Judge Fumaroli
Orders Is Orders1934Pavey
Nine Forty-Five1934Dr. Venables
It's a Cop1934Charles Murray
The Acting Business1933Milton Stafford
Sorrell and Son1933Dr. Richard Orange
Early to Bed1933Peschke
Friday the Thirteenth1933Hugh Nicholls
I Was a Spy1933Cnockhaert
F. P. 1 Doesn't Answer1933Sunshine, the Photographer
Rome Express1932Poole
Fires of Fate1932Sir William Royden
Number 171932Brant - Nora's Escort
Money for Nothing1932Manager
Potiphar's Wife1931Counsel for Defense
The Bells1931Mathias
Many Waters1931Compton Hardcastle
The Ghost Train1931Saul Hodgkin
Uneasy Virtue1931Burglar
The Love Storm1931Parsons
Spanish Eyes1930Mascoso
Almost a Honeymoon1930Charles, the butler
Murder!1930Ion Stewart
Two Worlds1930Mendel (British Version)
Loose Ends1930Winton Penner
The Night Porter1930The Porter
Song of Soho1930Nobby
All Riot on the Western Front1930Short
The Cockney Spirit in the War No. 21930Short
The Cockney Spirit in the War No. 31930Short
Star Impersonations1930ShortGeorge Arliss
We Take Off Our Hats1930ShortErb
The Shame of Mary Boyle1929Needle Nugent (uncredited)
Up the Poll1929ShortThe Candidate
The Clue of the New Pin1929Yeh Ling
The Flying Squad1929Sederman
Shooting Stars1928Andy Wilkes
Nelson1918Horatio Nelson
Goodbye1918Capt. Richard Adair
The Gay Lord Quex1917Valma
Masks and Faces1917Lovell
Altar Chains1916
Wanted: A Widow1916Short


Blackmail1929"The Best Things in Life Are Free" 1927, uncredited


Industrial Britain1931Documentary shortHimself - Commentator (uncredited)
Elstree Calling1930Himself / Petruchio in Taming of the Shrew

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