William Mervyn was a Kenyan actor.
William Mervyn was born William Pickwood on January 3rd, in Nairobi, Kenya. His zodiac sign was Capricorn.
He died on Friday, August 6th, 1976 at the age of sixty-four (64) in London, England, United Kingdom.
As an actor, William Mervyn has worked on movies such as "The Railway Children", released in 1970 in which he plays Old Gentleman, "The Ruling Class" (1972) playing Sir Charles Gurney, "Salt and Pepper" (1968) (Prime Minister), "Carve Her Name with Pride" (1958) (Maurice Buckmaster), "Carry on Henry" (1971) as Physician, and "Upstairs and Downstairs" (1959) in which he plays Kingsley.
The Ruling Class
Directed by: P. Medak, starring P. O'Toole, A. Sim, A. Lowe, H. Andrews...
Carry on Henry
Directed by: G. Thomas, starring S. James, K. Williams, C. Hawtrey, J. Sims...
The Railway Children
Directed by: L. Jeffries, starring D. Sheridan, B. Cribbins, W. Mervyn, I. Cuthbertson...
Salt and Pepper
Directed by: R. Donner, starring S. Davis Jr., P. Lawford, M. Bates, I. Rodgers...
Upstairs and Downstairs
Directed by: R. Thomas, starring M. Craig, A. Heywood, M. Demongeot, J. Robertson Justice...
The 39 Steps
Directed by: R. Thomas, starring K. More, T. Elg, B. De Banzie, B. Jones...
Carve Her Name with Pride
Directed by: L. Gilbert, starring V. McKenna, P. Scofield, J. Warner, D. Grey...
Directed by: C. Frend, starring A. Guinness, I. Browne, M. Denham, P. Herbert...
The Long Arm
Directed by: C. Frend, starring J. Hawkins, J. Stratton, D. Alison, M. Brooke...
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