Lester Matthews

W1siziisijiwmtivmtivmtcvmdkvntyvmjcvmzi1l3rdvwpxshncu0zpngc3tm5izfdswdf0vhk3zy5qcgcixsxbinailcj0ahvtyiisijqwmhg2mda+il1d
Age: 114
Birthplace: Nottingham, England, UK

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lester Matthews (June 6, 1900 - June 5, 1975) was an English actor born in Nottingham, England, UK. In his career, he made more than 180 appearances in film and on television. He was on occasion erroneously credited as Lester Mathews and especially in later years was sometimes known as Les Matthews. He died on the 6 June 1975 in Los Angeles, California. He was cremated. His ashes were scattered into the Pacific Ocean. He appeared on television many times including an episode of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour entitled "Completely Foolproof" (original air date: March 29, 1965).

Description above from the Wikipedia Lester Matthews, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

 
Movie Character Year
Ruroqavmxvllbkvm7oqb9illbco Werewolf of London Paul Ames 1935
Aleerxjk57q4ddky945h2lc3i8g The Raven Dr. Jerry Holden 1935
8qj2hrq4f3rcu2wizlbz6lfncbq Across the Pacific Canadian Major 1942
Rglrty1tgumehltf6zrz0qml9g2 Against All Flags Sir Cloudsley 1952
Glznjpyuk6chco1xnmutbznklzi Man in the Attic Chief Insp. Melville (as Lester Mathews) 1953
1wrgdcydjodtajerhtan8ul9iqv Bad for Each Other Dr. Homer Gleeson 1953
Ocygsslms48srzagf1op7zufrn1 Jungle Man-Eaters Comm. Kingston 1954
1srflvpprablflmyyquhbxyj6en King Richard And The Crusaders Archbishop of Tyre / Narrator 1954
Sdhurlwamfjiifjghyyvyxcxnct Assault on a Queen Doctor 1966