Moore Marriott
Date of Birth
Jan 01, 1884
Birth Place:
Drayton, England


Making his screen debut in 1908's Dick Turpin, Moore Marriott eventually appeared in over 300 British films. A leading man in his earliest endeavors, Marriott began playing irascible, oftimes senile old codgers while still in his early 40s. He is best-remembered for his work as doddering, toothless Jeremiah Harbottle in such Will Hay comedies as Oh, Mr. Porter (1938) and Ask a Policeman (1939). Moore Marriott's last screen role was Uncle Pensternon in 1949's The History of Mr. Polly. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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