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Jack McNaughton

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Birthday: Dec 22, 1905

Birthplace: Mitcham, Surrey, England, UK

Jack McNaughton was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. McNaughton found his beginnings in film with roles in "They Made Me a Fugitive" (1947), the Margaret Lockwood crime feature "Trent's Last Case" (1952) and "The Man With a Million" (1953). McNaughton next focused his career on film, appearing in "Father Brown" (1954) with Alec Guinness, the James Hayter comedy adventure "The Pickwick Papers" (1954) and the thrilling adaptation "The Purple Plain" (1955) with Gregory Peck. He also appeared in the Richard Attenborough comedy "Private's Progress" (1956), "The Camp on Blood Island" (1958) and the Diana Dors crime adaptation "Tread Softly Stranger" (1958). Later in his career, McNaughton acted in "Up the Creek!" (1958) with David Tomlinson. McNaughton passed away in February 1990 at the age of 85.

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No Score Yet 69% Mania Stallholder (Character) - 1959
No Score Yet 60% The Purple Plain Sgt. Ralph Brown (uncredited) (Character) - 1954
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Hour of 13 Ford (Character) - 1952
No Score Yet No Score Yet Cheer the Brave Unknown (Character) - 1951
No Score Yet No Score Yet London Belongs to Me Jimmy (Character) - 1948
No Score Yet 82% I Became a Criminal Soapy (Character) - 1947

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