Here are 18 famous actors from United Kingdom were born in 1919:
Donald Pleasence (October 5, 1919 Worksop-February 2, 1995 Saint Paul de Vence) also known as Donald Henry Pleasence, Donald Pleasance, Don Pleasence, Donald Henry Pleasence, OBE or Donald Plesance was a British actor, soldier and voice actor. He had five children, Angela Pleasence, Miranda Pleasence, Lucy Pleasance, Polly Jo Pleasence and Jean Pleasence.
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Richard Todd (June 11, 1919 Dublin-December 3, 2009 Little Humby) also known as Richard Andrew Palethorpe-Todd, Richard Todd OBE or Richard Andrew Palethorpe Todd was a British actor, soldier and film director. He had five children, Seamus Palethorpe-Todd, Peter Palethorpe-Todd, Andrew Palethorpe-Todd, Flora Palethorpe-Todd and Jeremy Palethorpe-Todd.
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John Gregson (March 15, 1919 Liverpool-January 8, 1975 Porlock Weir) also known as Harold Thomas Gregson or Harold John Gregson was a British actor.
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Nigel Stock (September 21, 1919 Malta-June 23, 1986 London) also known as Nigel Hector Munro Stock or Stock, Nigel was a British actor and military officer. He had one child, Robert Stock.
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Maurice Browning (May 11, 1919-December 1, 1983 Middlesex) also known as Maurice Allen Albert Browning was a British actor.
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Ivor Barry (April 12, 1919 Merthyr Tydfil-December 12, 2006 Woodland Hills) was a British actor. He had one child, Bronwen Barry.
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Don Smoothey (April 11, 1919 Fulham-) is a British actor and comedian.
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Maxwell Reed (April 2, 1919 Larne-August 16, 1974 London) was a British actor.
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Michael Langham (August 22, 1919 Bridgwater-January 15, 2011 Cranbrook) otherwise known as Michael Seymour Langham was a British actor, television director, film director and theatre director. He had one child, Chris Langham.
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Ian Wallace (July 10, 1919 London-October 12, 2009 Highgate) also known as Wallace, Ian, Ian Bryce Wallace or Ian Bryce Wallace, OBE was a British singer and actor. He had two children, Rosemary Wallace and John Wallace.
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David Kossoff (November 24, 1919 Hackney Central-March 23, 2005 Hatfield, Hertfordshire) was a British actor and screenwriter. His children are called Simon Kossoff and Paul Kossoff.
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Alan Young (November 19, 1919 North Shields-) also known as Angus Young or Al Young is a British actor and voice actor.
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Shaun Sutton (October 14, 1919 Hammersmith-May 14, 2004 Norfolk) a.k.a. Shaun Alfred Graham Sutton or Shaun Alfred Graham Sutton OBE was a British screenwriter, actor, television producer, television director and film producer.
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Humphrey Lestocq (January 23, 1919 Chiswick-January 29, 1984 London) also known as Humphrey Lestocq Gilbert was a British actor.
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Darcy Conyers (July 19, 1919 Tanganyika-November 1, 1973) a.k.a. D'Arcy Conyers was a British film producer, film director, actor, screenwriter and television director.
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Peter Butterworth (February 4, 1919 Bramhall-January 16, 1979 Coventry) also known as Butterscotch or Peter William Shorrocks Butterworth was a British actor, comedian and soldier. He had two children, Tyler Butterworth and Emma Butterworth.
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Robin Bailey (October 5, 1919 Hucknall-January 14, 1999 London Borough of Wandsworth) a.k.a. William Henry Mettam Bailey was a British actor. He had one child, Simon Bailey.
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Mark Singleton (March 2, 1919 England-July 1, 1986 London) also known as Mark Frederick Singleton was a British actor.
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