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Tommy Trinder

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In 1975, after decades of entertaining British audiences on stage, screen, radio, and television, actor and writer Tommy Trinder was designated a Commander in the Order of the British Empire. He got his start appearing in London revues when he was only 13. By the time he was 17, Trinder had become the star of Archie Pitt's comical traveling variety shows. From there the young performer found popularity in various local theaters, clubs, and dance halls. Trinder made his film debut in 1938. Over his long career, he headlined acts at the London Palladium more than any other entertainer.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Barry McKenzie Holds His Own
  • Arthur McKenzie
1974
100% The Damned (These Are the Damned)
  • Actor
1963
No Score Yet You Lucky People
  • Tommy Smart
1955
No Score Yet Bitter Springs
  • Tommy
1950
No Score Yet Fiddlers Three
  • Tommy Taylor
1944
No Score Yet Champagne Charlie
  • George Leybourne/Champagne Charlie
1944
No Score Yet The Bells Go Down
  • Tommy Turk
1943
No Score Yet The Foreman Went to France (Somewhere in France)
  • Tommy Hoskins
1942
No Score Yet Sailors Three
  • Tommy Taylor
1940
No Score Yet Three Cockeyed Sailors
  • Tommy Taylor
1940
No Score Yet Laugh It Off
  • Tommy Towers
1940
No Score Yet Save a Little Sunshine
  • Will
1938
No Score Yet Almost a Honeymoon
  • Peter Dibley
1938

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