Frank Cellier was an English actor.
Frank Cellier was born on February 23rd, in Surbiton, Surrey, England, United Kingdom. His zodiac sign was Pisces.
He died on Monday, September 27th, 1948 at the age of sixty-four (64) in London, England, United Kingdom.
As an actor, Frank Cellier has been seen in movies such as "Quiet Weekend", released in 1946 in which he plays Adrian Barrasford, "The Man Who Changed His Mind" (1936) (Lord Haslewood), "The Passing of the Third Floor Back" (1935) in which he portrays Wright, "The 39 Steps" (1935) (character: Sheriff Watson), "Sixty Glorious Years" (1938) in which he plays Lord Derby, and "Easy Money" (1948).
Directed by: B. Knowles, starring J. Warner, M. Fielding, Y. Owen, J. Watling...
Directed by: H. French, starring D. Farr, F. Cellier, M. Fielding, G. Thorpe...
Sixty Glorious Years
Directed by: H. Wilcox, starring A. Neagle, A. Walbrook, C. Aubrey Smith, W. Rilla...
The Man Who Changed His Mind
Directed by: R. Stevenson, starring B. Karloff, A. Lee, J. Loder, F. Cellier...
The Passing of the Third Floor Back
Directed by: B. Viertel, starring C. Veidt, A. Lee, R. Ray, F. Cellier...
The 39 Steps
Directed by: A. Hitchcock, starring R. Donat, M. Carroll, L. Mannheim, G. Tearle...
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