Wednesday 13 February 2013

Martin Boddey

Born: 16 April 1907, Stirling, Scotland
Died: 24 October 1975, London, England
A West End actor who gradually moved into films and then television.  Often played policemen or magistrates.  Aside from acting, Martin Boddey is also known as the founding chairman of the cricket charity The Lord Taverners, which was founded in 1950.  He was also made president of the charity in 1953 and 1971.
No Place for Jennifer (1950) as Barrister's Clerk (uncredited)
Martin Boddey is the middle person sitting in the background of this scene, over the right shoulder of William Fox. Guy Middleton is on the far right.
Cloudburst (1951) as Desk Sergeant, Mac
Seated, with Robert Preston.

There's Always a Thursday (1957) as Sergeant (Credited as Martin Boddy)

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