Bransby Williams

Actor - Great Britain
Born August 14, 1870 in Hackney, London, GB
Died December 3, 1961 in London

Bransby Williams was born on August 14, 1870 in Hackney, London, GB. He was an English Actor, known for Tomorrow we live (1942), Easy Virtue (1927), The Greatest Wish in the World (1918), Bransby Williams's first movie on record is from 1918. Bransby Williams died on December 3, 1961 in London. His last motion picture on file dates from 1942.

Bransby Williams Filmography [Auszug]
1942: [/ /1] Tomorrow we live (At Dawn we die) (Cast), Directed by George King, with , Karel Stepanek, Hugh Sinclair,
1927: [] Easy Virtue (Cast), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Isabel Jeans, , ,
1918: [02.00] The Greatest Wish in the World (Cast: Father O'Leary), Directed by Maurice Elvey, with , ,

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