Laurence Baskcomb was an English actor.
Laurence Baskcomb was born on October 13th, in London, England, United Kingdom. His zodiac sign was Libra.
He died on Monday, February 12th, 1962 at the age of seventy-eight (78) in London, England, United Kingdom.
As an actor, Laurence Baskcomb played in movies such as The Drum, released in 1938 in which he portrays Zarullah, The History of Mr. Polly (1949) portraying Mr. Rumbold, Knight Without Armour (1937) playing Commissar.
The History of Mr. Polly
, starring J. Mills, B. Ann Davies, M. Jenkins, F. Currie...
Directed by: Z. Korda, starring Sabu, R. Massey, R. Livesey, V. Hobson...
Knight Without Armour
Directed by: J. Feyder, starring M. Dietrich, R. Donat, I. Vanbrugh, H. Lomas...
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