Syd Courtenay Net Worth

Syd Courtenay Net Worth is
$10 Million

Syd Courtenay Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Syd Courtenay was a South African-born British actor and screenwriter. He was a frequent collaborator with the comedian Leslie Fuller. Courtenay first met Fuller in 1919 in Margate and they soon struck up a partnership with routines featuring their comedic character Bill. With the arrival of sound films they were signed to British International Pictures and made their first film Not So Quiet on the Western Front in 1930. They made a large number of films during the 1930s, generally featuring the character of Bill, with Courtenay writing and acting in many of them.

Date Of Birth1888, South Africa
DiedJune 13, 1938, United Kingdom
Place Of BirthSouth Africa
ProfessionWriter, Actor, Soundtrack
MoviesBoys Will Be Girls, Cotton Queen, Darby and Joan, Sing as You Swing, Kiss Me Sergeant
1British comic actor in revue. Also writer of comedy sketches for Leslie Fuller from 1919. Appeared in several low-budget films with Fuller for British International Pictures (BIP) between 1930 and and 1938.


The Reverse Be My Lot1937
Sing as You Swing1937scenario
Cotton Queen1937story
Darby and Joan1937
Boys Will Be Girls1936script - uncredited
The Man Behind the Mask1936
Everything Is Rhythm1936
One Good Turn1936
Strictly Illegal1935adaptation and continuity
The Stoker1935
Captain Bill1935
The Doctor's Secret1934story
Lost in the Legion1934
The Outcast1934story
A Political Party1934
Hawley's of High Street1933writer
The Pride of the Force1933screenplay / story
Old Spanish Customers1932story and scenario
The Last Coupon1932
What a Night!1931
Tonight's the Night: Pass It On1931screenplay / story
Bill's Legacy1931
Poor Old Bill1931story
Old Soldiers Never Die1931story
Why Sailors Leave Home1930story
Kiss Me Sergeant1930play "The Idol of Moolah"
Not So Quiet on the Western Front1930


Cotton Queen1937Mayor
Boys Will Be Girls1936Bookum
Strictly Illegal1935uncredited
The Stoker1935uncredited
Lost in the Legion1934uncredited
Hawley's of High Street1933uncredited
The Pride of the Force1933uncredited
Old Spanish Customers1932
What a Night!1931Mr. Merry
Bill's Legacy1931Count
Poor Old Bill1931Harry
Why Sailors Leave Home1930Sheik Sidi Ben
Kiss Me Sergeant1930Lieutenant
Not So Quiet on the Western Front1930Lieutenant


The Last Coupon1932writer: "Blue Sky" - uncredited
Tonight's the Night: Pass It On1931writer: "Don't Send My Boy to Prison" - uncredited


Darby and Joan1937

Music Department

Why Sailors Leave Home1930music and lyrics by

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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