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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex

The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex

Release Date: Saturday, November 11 1939 (82 years ago)
Portrait of Bette DavisBette Davis
Queen Elizabeth
Bette Davis was:
Portrait of Errol FlynnErrol Flynn
The Earl of Essex
Errol Flynn was:
Portrait of Olivia de HavillandOlivia de Havilland
Lady Penelope Gray
Olivia de Havilland was:
Portrait of Donald CrispDonald Crisp
Francis Bacon
Donald Crisp was:
Portrait of Alan HaleAlan Hale
The Prince of Tyrone
Alan Hale was:
Portrait of Vincent PriceVincent Price
Sir Walter Raleigh
Vincent Price was:
Portrait of Henry StephensonHenry Stephenson
Lord Burghley
Henry Stephenson was:
Portrait of Henry DaniellHenry Daniell
Sir Robert Cecil
Henry Daniell was:
Portrait of James StephensonJames Stephenson
Sir Thomas Egerton
James Stephenson was:
Portrait of Nanette FabrayNanette Fabray
Mistress Margaret Radcliffe
Nanette Fabray was:
Portrait of Ralph ForbesRalph Forbes
Lord Knollys
Ralph Forbes was:
Portrait of Robert WarwickRobert Warwick
Lord Mountjoy
Robert Warwick was:
Portrait of Leo G. CarrollLeo G. Carroll
Sir Edward Coke
Leo G. Carroll was:
Portrait of Guy BellisGuy Bellis
Lord Charles Howard (uncredited)
Guy Bellis was:
Portrait of Jacob DanceJacob Dance
Essex's Soldier (uncredited)
Jacob Dance was:
Portrait of Forrester HarveyForrester Harvey
Bit Part (uncredited)
Forrester Harvey was:
Portrait of Holmes HerbertHolmes Herbert
Majordomo (uncredited)
Holmes Herbert was:
Portrait of I. Stanford JolleyI. Stanford Jolley
Spectator Outside Whitehall Palace (uncredited)
I. Stanford Jolley was:
Portrait of Doris LloydDoris Lloyd
Handmaiden (uncredited)
Doris Lloyd was:
Portrait of John SuttonJohn Sutton
Capt. Armand of the Queen's Guard (uncredited)
John Sutton was:
Portrait of Rosella TowneRosella Towne
Lady of the Court (uncredited)
Rosella Towne was:
Portrait of Maris WrixonMaris Wrixon
Lady of the Court (uncredited)
Maris Wrixon was:
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