Richard Ainley

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Birthday: Dec 22, 1910
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The son of British stage star Henry Ainley, Richard Ainley made his own theatrical debut in 1928. At first he billed himself as Richard Riddle, presumably to avoid accusations of nepotism. He made his first film appearance in 1936, playing Sylvius in Paul Czinner's production of As You Like It (his father also appeared in the film as the Grand Duke). Signed to a Hollywood contract by Warner Bros. in 1940, he spent most of the war years playing stereotypical "Brits," usually gentlemen of leisure. Richard Ainley ended his movie career in 1949 to concentrate on his stage work.



No Score Yet Above Suspicion Peter Galt 1943
No Score Yet I Dood It Larry West 1943
No Score Yet White Cargo Worthing 1942
No Score Yet Knockout Allison 1941
No Score Yet Here Comes Happiness Jelliffe Blaine 1941
No Score Yet Knockout Allison 1941
No Score Yet Shining Victory Dr. Hale 1941
No Score Yet Lady with Red Hair Lou Payne 1940
No Score Yet Gang 1933 Whipple 1938
No Score Yet As You Like It Sylvius 1936


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