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He co-wrote the screenplay for No Way Back (1949 in which he starred, with the director Stefan Osiecki. Terence De Marney died in 1971, aged 63, after an accidental fall in front of a train in the London Underground. He was buried in the family.
In later years he appeared in a revival of. Gerald Du Maurier 's Trilby. He also appeared on radio as the. Count of Monte Cristo, and was the first actor to portray. Leslie Charteris ' Simon Templar on radio, when The Saint debuted on Radio.
Cheyney. In 1930 he played Gustave in The Lady of the Camellias, and toured South Africa as Raleigh in Journey's End. In 1934 he played Tybalt in. Romeo and Juliet at the Open Air Theatre, and Giovanni in 'Tis Pity She's a Whore at the.
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Terence De Marney ( ) was a British film, stage, radio and television actor, as well as theatre director and writer. Contents The son of Violet Eileen Concanen and Arthur De Marney, and the grandson of noted. Victorian lithographer Alfred Concanen, his career in the.
The Unholy Quest (1934) and The Mystery of the Mary Celeste (1935 the latter opposite Bela Lugosi. His distinctive looks seemed to fit the macabre and he would continue to appear in horror films throughout his career including Pharaoh's Curse (1957 the Boris Karloff vehicle.
With his brother he alternated as Slim Callaghan in Meet Slim Callaghan at the Garrick Theatre and carried on the same role in the play's sequel Slim Carves, which he produced and directed. De Marney wrote the play, Wanted for Murder in 1946 which was.
His later film appearances were Separation, The Strange Affair and All Neat in Black Stockings (all 1968). Director edit In 1931 he became director of the Connaught Theatre, Worthing, and in 1932, with his brother, the actor Derrick De Marney, he founded the Independent Theatre.