Maurice Denham Biography (1909-2002)

Born December 23, 1909, in Beckenham, Kent, England; son of Norman and Eleanor Winifred (Lillico) Denham; married Margaret Dunn (died). Addresses:HOME--44 Brunswick Gardens, Flat 2, London W8, England.

Nationality
English
Gender
Male
Birth Details
December 23, 1909
Beckenham, Kent, England

Famous Works

  • Credits
  • STAGE DEBUT--Hubert, The Marquise, Little Theatre, Hull, England, 1934.
  • LONDON DEBUT--George Furness, Rain Before Seven, Arts Theatre, 1936.
  • PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES; LONDON,EXCEPT AS NOTED George, Busman's Honeymoon, Comedy Theatre, 1936.
  • George Lumb, Flying Blind, Arts Theatre, 1937.
  • Eddie Norman, Heaven and Charing Cross, Player's Theatre, 1938.
  • Peter Mansky, A Room in Red, White, and Blue, Repertory Players at the Savoy Theatre, 1938.
  • Fletcher, The Heart Was Not Burned, Gate Theatre, 1938.
  • Henry Gow, Fumed Oak and Willy Banbury, Fallen Angels, both Ambassadors Theatre, 1949.
  • Shaw Festival of one-act plays, Arts Theatre, 1951.
  • Ilam Carve, The Great Adventure, Arts Theatre, 1951.
  • Sam and George Titmarsh, The House at Bury Hill, Queens Theatre, 1952.
  • Stefan, Satellite Story, Whitehall Theatre, 1954.
  • Sir Mark Evershed, Shadow of Fear, Wyndhams Theatre, 1956.
  • double bill, Fowle, The Dock Brief, Arthur Loudin, What Shall We Tell Caroline?, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, Garrick Theatre, London, 1958.
  • Arthur Crabb, Who's Your Father?, Cambridge Theatre, 1958.
  • Henry Wirtz, The Andersonville Trial, Mermaid Theatre, 1961.
  • title role, King John, the Old Vic Theatre Company at the Edinbrugh Festival, and at the Old Vic Theatre, London, 1961.
  • title role, Macbeth, Old Vic Theatre, 1961.
  • Stone, The Sky Is Green, Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon, 1963.
  • Dr. Neuross, Do You Know the Milky Way?, Hampstead Theatre Club, 1964.
  • title role, Nathan the Wise, Mermaid Theatre, 1967.
  • Proteus, The Apple Cart, Mermaid Theatre, 1970.
  • Pierre Lannes, The Lovers of Viorne, Royal Court Theatre, 1971.
  • Serebryakov, Uncle Vanya, Hampstead Theatre, 1979.
  • Incident at Tulse Hill, Hampstead Theatre, 1981.
  • Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM APPEARANCES
  • Barnacle Bill, 1941.
  • Blanche Fury, 1948.
  • London Belongs to Me (also known as Dulcimer Street), 1948.
  • It's Not Cricket, 1948.
  • Traveller's Joy, 1949.
  • Landfall, 1949.
  • The Spider and the Fly, 1949.
  • Quartette, 1949.
  • The Set Up, 1949.
  • The King's Breakfast, 1949.
  • Penang, 1949.
  • No Highway in the Sky, 1951.
  • The Net, 1951.
  • Eight O'Clock Walk, 1952.
  • Both Sides of the Law (also known as Street Corner), 1954.
  • The Man with a Million (also known as Million Pound Note), 1954.
  • Purple Plain, 1955.
  • Doctor at Sea, 1955.
  • Court Martial (also known as Carrington, V.C.), 1955.
  • Checkpoint, 1955.
  • The Night of the Demon, 1955.
  • Man with a Dog, 1955.
  • Simon and Laura, 1956.
  • 23 Paces to Baker Street, 1956.
  • The Captain's Table, 1960.
  • Our Man in Havana, 1960.
  • Sink the Bismark, 1960.
  • Two-Way Stretch, 1960.
  • The Mark, 1961.
  • Loss of Innocence (also know as Greengage Summer), 1961.
  • H.M.S. Defiant, 1961.
  • Time Bomb, 1961.
  • The Very Edge, 1963.
  • Paranoiac, 1963.
  • Downfall, 1964.
  • Hysteria, 1964.
  • The Uncle, 1964.
  • Operation Crossbow, 1965.
  • The Nanny, 1965.
  • Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines, 1965.
  • Heroes of Telemark, 1965.
  • The Legend of Dick Turpin, 1965.
  • After the Fox, 1966.
  • The Alphabet Murders, 1966.
  • The Long Duel, 1967.
  • The Eliminator, 1967.
  • Danger Route, 1968.
  • Negatives, 1968.
  • Attack on the Iron Coast, 1968.
  • The Torture Garden, 1968.
  • The Best House in London, 1969.
  • The Midas Run, 1969.
  • Some Girls Do, 1969.
  • The Touch of Love, 1969.
  • The Virgin and the Gypsy, 1970.
  • Sunday, Bloody Sunday, 1971.
  • Nicholas and Alexandra, 1971.
  • Countess Dracula, 1972.
  • The Day of the Jackal, 1973.
  • Luther, 1974.
  • The Night Callers, 1975.
  • Shout at the Devil, 1976.
  • Julia, 1977.
  • The Recluse, 1978.
  • From a Far Country: Pope John Paul II, 1981.
  • Mr. Love, 1981.
  • 84 Charing Cross Road, 1985.
  • Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES
  • Uncle Harry.
  • Day of the Monkey.
  • Miss Nabel.
  • Angel Pavement.
  • The Paraguayan Harp.
  • The Wild Bird.
  • Soldier Soldier.
  • Changing Values.
  • Maigret.
  • The Assassins.
  • Saturday Spectacular.
  • Vanishing Act.
  • A Chance in Life.
  • Virtue.
  • Somerset Maugham.
  • Three of a Kind.
  • Sapper.
  • Pig in the Middle.
  • Their Obedient Servants.
  • Long Past Glory.
  • Devil in the Wind.
  • Any Other Buisiness.
  • The Retired Colourman.
  • Sherlock Holmes.
  • Blackmail.
  • Knock on Any Door.
  • Danger Man.
  • Dr. Finley's Casebook.
  • How to Get Rid of Your Husband.
  • Talking to a Stranger.
  • A Slight Ache.
  • From Chekhov with Love.
  • Home Sweet Honeycomb.
  • St. Joan.
  • Julius Caesar.
  • Golden Days.
  • Marshall Petain.
  • The Lotus Eaters.
  • Fall of Eagles.
  • Carnforth Practice.
  • The Unofficial Rose.
  • Omnibus.
  • Balzac.
  • Love's Labour's Lost.
  • Angels.
  • Huggy Bear.
  • The Portrait.
  • The Crumbles Murder.
  • A Chink in the Wall.
  • Porridge.
  • For God's Sake.
  • Bosch.
  • Marie Curie.
  • Upchat Line.
  • Secret Army.
  • My Son, My Son.
  • Edward and Mrs. Simpson.
  • Gate of Eden.
  • Potting Shed.
  • Double Dealer.
  • Minder.
  • Agatha Christie Hour.
  • Chinese Detective.
  • The Old Men at the Zoo.
  • The Hope and the Glory.
  • Luther.
  • Love Song.

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