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Garry Marsh’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

Garry Marsh was an English stage and film actor. Born Leslie Marsh Gerahty, Marsh began acting on the stage at the age of fifteen. He started off in films as a leading man but later became a character actor playing self-important roles.

Garry Marsh

Best Known For Movie: Scrooge
Born: June 21, 1902, St Margarets, London, United Kingdom
Filmography: It’s the Only Way to Go (1970), Arthur! Arthur! (1969), The Avengers (1968), Dial M for Murder (1967), Misleading Cases (1967), Ouch! (1967), The Forsyte Saga (1967), Where the Bullets Fly (1966), Frankie Howerd (1966), The Flying Swan (1965), Ring of Treason (1964), Man of the World (1962), BBC Sunday-Night Play (1962), Upgreen – And at ‘Em (1960), Trouble with Eve (1960), Don’t Tell Father (1959), The Errol Flynn Theatre (1956), ITV Play of the Week (1956), Who Done It? (1956), Johnny You’re Wanted (1956), Man of the Moment (1955), Aunt Clara (1954), Double Exposure (1954), Those People Next Door (1953), Murder Will Out (1952), The Big Frame (1952), Jungle Treasure (1951), The Magic Box (1951), The Madame Gambles (1951), Worm’s Eye View (1951), Something in the City (1950), Someone at the Door (1950), Miss Pilgrim’s Progress (1949), Mystery at the Burlesque (1949), Paper Orchid (1949), Forbidden (1949), Badger’s Green (1949), William Comes to Town (1948), Things Happen at Night (1948), My Brother’s Keeper (1948), Daybreak (1948), Good-Time Girl (1948), Just William’s Luck (1947), Dancing with Crime (1947), Frieda (1947), Code of Scotland Yard (1947), While the Sun Shines (1947), A Girl in a Million (1946), I See a Dark Stranger (1946), Notorious Gentleman (1945), Pink String and Sealing Wax (1945), Dead of Night (1945), I’ll Be Your Sweetheart (1945), To Hell with Hitler (1940), Hoots Mon (1940), Return to Yesterday (1940), Old Mother Riley Joins Up (1940), Shadows of the Underworld (1939), The Secret Four (1939), Let’s Be Famous (1939), Trouble Brewing (1939), The Ringer (1938), George Takes the Air (1938), This Man Is News (1938), Convict 99 (1938), Break the News (1938), The Claydon Treasure Mystery (1938), I See Ice (1938), Three on a Weekend (1938), The Dark Stairway (1938), A Romance in Flanders (1937), It’s a Grand Old World (1937), Leave It to Me (1937), The Angelus (1937), Melody and Romance (1937), Intimate Relations (1937), The Vicar of Bray (1937), All In (1936), The Man in the Mirror (1936), The Amazing Adventure (1936), When Knights Were Bold (1936), A Wife or Two (1936), Debt of Honour (1936), Charing Cross Road (1935), Scrooge (1935), Department Store (1935), Murder on the Set (1935), Night Mail (1935), Full Circle (1935), Mr. What’s-His-Name? (1935), Inside the Room (1935), Three Witnesses (1935), Widow’s Might (1935), Josser on the Farm (1934), The Green Pack (1934), Gay Love (1934), Money Mad (1934), Warn London (1934), It’s a Cop (1934), Rolling in Money (1934), The Silver Spoon (1934), Ask Beccles (1933), The Love Nest (1933), Two Wives for Henry (1933), That’s a Good Girl (1933), Falling for You (1933), The Lost Chord (1933), Forging Ahead (1933), Taxi to Paradise (1933), Don’t Be a Dummy (1932), Fires of Fate (1932), The Maid of the Mountains (1932), C.O.D. (1932), Number 17 (1932), After Office Hours (1932), The Star Reporter (1932), Postal Orders (1932), Keepers of Youth (1931), Stamboul (1931), The Professional Guest (1931), Dr. Josser, K.C. (1931), Stranglehold (1931), The Man They Couldn’t Arrest (1931), The Dreyfus Case (1931), Uneasy Virtue (1931), The Eternal Feminine (1931), Third Time Lucky (1931), Night Birds (1930), Long Odds (1922), Heroes of Comedy (1995), To See Such Fun (1977).
Astrological Sign: Gemini
Occupation: Film Actor
Died: March 6, 1981, London, United Kingdom
Spouse: Muriel Martin-Harvey
Siblings: Digby George Gerahty
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)

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