Person    | Male  Born 1874  Died 1935

George Grossmith, Jnr

Categories: Theatre

Actor-manager and playwright. His father of the same name was also in show business. Often partnered Edmund Payne on stage (on Grossmith's right knee in this photo).

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George Grossmith, Jnr

London County Council George Grossmith, 1874 - 1935, actor-manager, lived here.

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