Henry Kendall



Place of birth:

Streatham Hill, London, England, UK:


From Wikipedia Henry Kendall, (28 May 1897 – 9 June 1962) was an English stage and film actor, theatre director and an immaculately stylish revue artiste. Kendall was born in London in 1897 and educated at the City of London School. He made his first appearance on the stage in September 1914 at the Lyceum Theatre, playing a 'super' in Tommy Atkins. He had a distinguished war career, serving as a Captain in the Royal Air Force from 1916 to 1919, and on demobilisation was awarded the Royal Air Force Cross. He played the leading role of Reggie Ogden in the film The Shadow in 1933, and also starred in Alfred Hitchcock's 'bravest failure', Rich and Strange, US title East of Shanghai (1931).

Film Credits

Nothing Barred (1961)
as Parson
An Alligator Named Daisy (1955)
as Valet
The Voice of Merrill (1952)
as Ronald Parker
Helter Skelter (1949)
as Lord Bruce Carlton
29 Acacia Avenue (1945)
as Mr Wilson
The Butler's Dilemma (1943)
as Carmichael
The Mysterious Mr. Davis (1939)
as Julian Roscoe
School for Husbands (1937)
as Geoffrey Carter
Take a Chance (1937)
as Archie Burton
The Amazing Quest of Ernest Bliss (1936)
as Lord Honiton
Lend Me Your Wife (1935)
as Tony Radford
Death on the Set (1935)
as Cayley Morden / Charlie Marsh
Three Witnesses (1935)
as Leslie Trent
Death At Broadcasting House (1934)
as Rodney Fleming
This Week of Grace (1933)
as Lord Clive Swinford
Great Stuff (1933)
as Archie Brown
Timbuctoo (1933)
as Benedict Tichbourne
The Shadow (1933)
as Reggie Ogden
Counsel's Opinion (1933)
as Logan
King of the Ritz (1933)
as Teddy Smith
The Ghost Camera (1933)
as John Gray
The Man Outside (1933)
as Harry Wainwright
Watch Beverly (1932)
as Victor Beverly
Mr. Bill the Conqueror (1932)
as Sir William Normand
The Innocents of Chicago (1932)
as Percy Lloyd
The House Opposite (1932)
as Hobart
Rich and Strange (1931)
as Fred Hill
The Flying Fool (1931)
as Vincent Floyd
French Leave (1930)
as Lt. George Graham
Devil's Gate (2017)
Associate Producer
The Lost Tape: Andy's Terrifying Last Days Revealed (2004)
Line Producer