Person    | Male  Born 26/3/1873  Died 11/4/1934

Sir Gerald du Maurier

Categories: Theatre

Actor-manager. Born at 27 Church Row, the last and fifth child of George du Maurier. As a child he would pose for his father's drawings. A close associate of J M Barrie he was the first actor to play Captain Hook in Peter Pan. Father of Daphne. The Du Maurier cigarette brand was a paid endorsement deal with Imperial Tobacco (see also Olivier). Died at 20 Devonshire Place. Buried in the family grave close to his birthplace.

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