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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Stop Press Girl

Stop Press Girl

Release Date: Thursday, June 2 1949 (73 years ago)
Portrait of Sally Ann HowesSally Ann Howes
Jennifer Peters
Sally Ann Howes was:
Portrait of Gordon JacksonGordon Jackson
Jock Melville
Gordon Jackson was:
Portrait of Basil RadfordBasil Radford
The Mechanical Type
Basil Radford was:
Portrait of Naunton WayneNaunton Wayne
The Mechanical Type
Naunton Wayne was:
Portrait of James Robertson JusticeJames Robertson Justice
Arthur Peters
James Robertson Justice was:
Portrait of Sonia HolmSonia Holm
Angela Carew
Sonia Holm was:
Portrait of Nigel BuchananNigel Buchanan
Roy Fairfax
Nigel Buchanan was:
Portrait of Joyce BarbourJoyce Barbour
Aunt Mab
Joyce Barbour was:
Portrait of Campbell CottsCampbell Cotts
John Fairfax
Campbell Cotts was:
Portrait of Cyril ChamberlainCyril Chamberlain
Cyril Chamberlain was:
Portrait of Julia LangJulia Lang
Carole Saunders
Julia Lang was:
Portrait of Percy WalshPercy Walsh
Editor, Evening Comet
Percy Walsh was:
Portrait of Oliver BurtOliver Burt
Editor, Morning Sun
Oliver Burt was:
Portrait of Kenneth MoreKenneth More
Police Sgt. 'Bonzo'
Kenneth More was:
Portrait of Humphrey LestocqHumphrey Lestocq
Radio Commentator
Humphrey Lestocq was:
Portrait of Vincent BallVincent Ball
Hero in cinema sequence
Vincent Ball was:
Portrait of Anne ValeryAnne Valery
Heroine in cinema sequence
Anne Valery was:
Portrait of Michael GoodliffeMichael Goodliffe
Michael Goodliffe was:
Portrait of Michael BalfourMichael Balfour
Crook (uncredited)
Michael Balfour was:
Portrait of John BoxerJohn Boxer
Pub Landlord (uncredited)
John Boxer was:
Portrait of Fred GriffithsFred Griffiths
Truck Driver (uncredited)
Fred Griffiths was:
Portrait of Sam KyddSam Kydd
Railway Ticket Clerk (uncredited)
Sam Kydd was:
Portrait of Arthur LoweArthur Lowe
Archibald (uncredited)
Arthur Lowe was:
Portrait of Jack MayJack May
Newspaper Seller (uncredited)
Jack May was:
Portrait of William MervynWilliam Mervyn
Cinema Manager (uncredited)
William Mervyn was:
Portrait of Douglas SealeDouglas Seale
Jeweller's Assistant (uncredited)
Douglas Seale was:
Portrait of André van GyseghemAndré van Gyseghem
Ex-Editor of Evening Comet (uncredited)
André van Gyseghem was:
Portrait of Jack VyvyanJack Vyvyan
Hotel Porter (uncredited)
Jack Vyvyan was:
Portrait of Patrick WaddingtonPatrick Waddington
Airline Director (uncredited)
Patrick Waddington was:
Portrait of Michael WardMichael Ward
Hairdressers' Manager (uncredited)
Michael Ward was:
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