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Birth date: June 13, 1887, Marylebone, United Kingdom
Death date: June 30, 1953, Westminster, United Kingdom
Birth place: London, England, UK
Profession:Actor
Children:Pamela Barnard

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Ivor Barnard (13 June 1887 – 30 June 1953) was an English stage, radio and film actor. He was an original member of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, where he was a notable Shylock and Caliban. He was the original Water Rat in the first London production of A. A. Milne's "Toad of Toad Hall". In 1929 he appeared on stage as Blanquet, in "Bird in Hand" at the Morosco Theatre in New York, after a successful run in the London's West End (Laurence Olivier was the young juvenile). The part had been specially written for him by John Drinkwater.He appeared in 84 films between 1921 and 1953. He appeared in the Alfred Hitchcock film The 39 Steps in 1935. In 1943, he played the stationmaster in the Ealing war film Undercover. He also appeared as Wemmick in David Lean's Great Expectations (1946), as the Chairman of the Workhouse, in Lean's film of Oliver Twist (1948). One of his last film appearance was as Major Jack Ross in John Huston's Beat the Devil (1953), with Humphrey Bogart and Peter Lorre. Wikipedia

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Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Beat the Devil1953Maj. Jack Ross
Malta Story1953Old Man (uncredited)
Sea Devils1953Benson
Hot Ice1952Edwin Carson
A Cradle of Willow1952TV MovieMaster Clampett
Time, Gentlemen, Please!1952Timothy Crouch
The Importance of Being Earnest1952Coach Driver (uncredited)
For the Children1951TV SeriesMartin
Hell Is Sold Out1951Taxi Driver (uncredited)
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre1951TV SeriesMr. Booth
Madeleine1950Mr. Murdoch
Paper Orchid1949Eustace Crabb
The Queen of Spades1949Bookseller
Sin of Esther Waters1948John Randall
Dulcimer Street1948Mr. Justice Plymme
Oliver Twist1948Chairman of the Board
So Evil My Love1948Mr. Watson
Mrs. Fitzherbert1947Rev. Burt
So Well Remembered1947Spivey
Great Expectations1946Mr. Wemmick
Appointment with Crime1946Jonah Crackle
The Grand Escapade1946Fisherman
What Do We Do Now?1945Ted Goof
Caesar and Cleopatra1945Second Nobleman
The Wicked Lady1945Clergyman at Hanging
Query1945Woody
Vacation from Marriage1945Chemist
Great Day1945Bailiff
Don't Take It to Heart1944Bus-Driver
Her Man Gilbey1944Mr. Quiel
Hotel Reserve1944P. Molon, chemist [druggist]
Escape to Danger1943Henry Waud
Underground Guerrillas1943Stationmaster
The Silver Fleet1943Admiral
The New Lot1943ShortPhotographer (uncredited)
The Saint's Vacation1941Emil
Quiet Wedding1941Bass (uncredited)
The House of the Arrow1940Jean Cladel
The Stars Look Down1940Wept
Cheer Boys Cheer1939Naseby
One Night, One Day...1939TV MovieJohnny
The Silver Box1939TV MovieClerk of the Court
Passion, Poison and Petrifaction1939TV MovieThe Doctor
The Chance of a Lifetime1939TV MovieCorky Legg, a one-legged gossip
The Coffin1939TV MovieWill Endicott
Katharine and Petruchio1939TV MovieGrumio
Bees on the Boat-Deck1939TV MovieFletherington
Eye Witness1939Short
Oh Dear Uncle!1939ShortUncle Goodman
The Ringer1938TV MovieSamuel Hackitt
Everything Happens to Me1938Martin
What a Man!1938Mayor
The White Chateau1938TV Movie
Rococo1938TV ShortThe Rev. Simon Underwood (1939 version)
Bird in Hand1938TV MovieMr. Blanquet
Pygmalion1938Sarcastic Bystander
Black Magic1938TV MovieForbes
The Beautiful One1938TV MovieHaya
Victoria the Great1937Assassin
Storm in a Teacup1937Watkins
Double Exposures1937Mather
Farewell to Cinderella1937Mr. Temperley
I Married a Spy1937Baldhead
The Mill on the Floss1937Mr. Moss
Dreams Come True1936uncredited
The House of the Spaniard1936Mott
The Man Behind the Mask1936Hewitt
Foreign Affaires1935Count
Someday1935Hope
Mister Hobo1935Vagrant (uncredited)
The 39 Steps1935Political Meeting Chairman (uncredited)
The Village Squire1935Mr. Worsford
The Price of Wisdom1935Bonny
Death at a Broadcast1934Joseph Higgins (uncredited)
Brides to Be1934John Boyle
Alexandra1934Ivanoff
Love, Life & Laughter1934Troubetski
The Roof1933Arthur Stannard
The Wandering Jew1933/ICastro
Sleeping Car1933Durande
Waltz Time1933Falke, the Bat
The Crime at Blossoms1933A late visitor
The Good Companions1933Eric Tipstead
Blind Spot1932Mull
Illegal1932Albert
Sally in Our Alley1931Tod Small
The Skin Game1931Man at Auction (uncredited)
The Skin Game1921Dawker

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
A People Eternal1939Castro

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#Fact
1Thin, ferrety-faced character actor who excelled at playing twitchy, nervous little men or underhanded, sneaky types. At his best, playing Wemmick in 'Great Expectations' (1946) and the unpleasant Major Ross in John Huston's 'Beat the Devil'(1953).
2Father-in-law of Hugh Munro.
3Father of Pamela Barnard.
4Grandfather of David Munro and Tim Munro.
5Screen and stage actor.


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