A. Bromley Davenport (actor)
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Who is A. Bromley Davenport?
A. Bromley Davenport: Arthur Henry Bromley-Davenport, better known as A. Bromley Davenport, was an English actor born in Baginton, Warwickshire, England, UK.
- also known as Arthur Henry Bromley-Davenport, Bromley Davenport, Arthur Bromley Davenport
- born on (147 years ago) in Baginton, child of William Bromley-Davenport and Augusta Elizabeth Campbell
- nationality: United Kingdom
- education: Eton College
- profession: Actor
- died on (68 years ago) in London
- played Sir Andrew Gale in "The Iron Stair"
- played Sir John Cope in "Bonnie Prince Charlie"
- played Priest in "The Stolen Necklace"
- played Sir John Truwode in "The Return of Raffles"
- "Lord Camber's Ladies"
- "Second Thoughts"
- played Jenks in "The Melody-Maker"
- played Gaston de Brisson in "The Face at the Window"
- played Menkenburg in "Love, Life and Laughter"
- "Glorious Youth"
- played Romanovitch in "Spangles"
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