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Alan Napier

Alan NapierAKA Alan Napier-Clavering

Born: 7-Jan-1903
Birthplace: Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
Died: 8-Aug-1988
Location of death: Santa Monica, CA [1]
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Buried, Chapel of the Pines Crematory, Los Angeles, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Alfred on Batman

Cousin of Neville Chamberlain.

[1] Berkley East Convalescent Hospital, Santa Monica, CA.

Wife: Gip Dickens (d. 1961, one daughter)
Daughter: Jennifer Napier Nichols
Daughter: Jennifer Raine Bissell (stepdaughter)

    University: Clifton College
    University: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

    Stroke 1987

    Batman Alfred Pennyworth (butler, 1966-68)
    Don't Call Me Charlie Gen. Steele (1962-63)

    The Bastard (22-May-1978)
    QB VII (29-Apr-1974)
    Batman (30-Jul-1966) · Alfred
    The Loved One (11-Oct-1965) · English Club Official
    36 Hours (28-Jan-1965) · Col. Peter MacLean
    Signpost to Murder (4-Dec-1964) · The Vicar
    Marnie (22-Jul-1964) · Mr. Rutland
    The Sword in the Stone (25-Dec-1963) [VOICE]
    The Premature Burial (7-Mar-1962) · Dr. Gideon Gault
    Tender Is the Night (19-Jan-1962)
    Journey to the Center of the Earth (16-Dec-1959) · Dean
    Island of Lost Women (May-1959)
    Until They Sail (8-Oct-1957) · Prosecution
    The Mole People (Dec-1956)
    Miami Expose (Sep-1956) · Ray Sheridan
    The Court Jester (27-Jan-1956) · Sir Brockhurst
    Moonfleet (24-Jun-1955) · Parson Glennie
    Desirée (17-Nov-1954)
    Julius Caesar (4-Jun-1953) · Cicero
    Young Bess (21-May-1953) · Robert Tyrwhitt
    Big Jim McLain (30-Aug-1952)
    The Strange Door (8-Dec-1951) · Count Grassan
    The Blue Veil (26-Oct-1951)
    Across the Wide Missouri (1-Oct-1951) · Capt. Humberstone Lyon
    The Highwayman (12-Aug-1951)
    The Great Caruso (16-Apr-1951) · Jean de Reszke
    Tarzan's Peril (13-Mar-1951) · Peters
    Double Crossbones (22-Jan-1951)
    Tripoli (9-Nov-1950)
    Master Minds (20-Nov-1949)
    Challenge to Lassie (31-Oct-1949)
    The Red Danube (22-Sep-1949) · The General
    Manhandled (25-May-1949) · Alton Bennet
    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (7-Apr-1949) · High Executioner
    Tarzan's Magic Fountain (5-Feb-1949) · Douglas Jessup
    My Own True Love (2-Feb-1949)
    Criss Cross (12-Jan-1949)
    Joan of Arc (11-Nov-1948) · Earl of Warwick
    Macbeth (1-Oct-1948)
    Johnny Belinda (14-Sep-1948) · Defense Attorney
    Hills of Home (1948) · Sir George
    The Lone Wolf in London (13-Nov-1947) · Monty Beresford
    Forever Amber (10-Oct-1947)
    Unconquered (24-Sep-1947)
    Driftwood (15-Sep-1947) · Dr. Adams
    Lured (28-Aug-1947)
    Adventure Island (13-Aug-1947)
    Ivy (26-Jun-1947)
    Fiesta (12-Jun-1947) · The Tourist
    Sinbad the Sailor (17-Jan-1947) · Aga
    The Strange Woman (25-Oct-1946)
    A Scandal in Paris (19-Jul-1946) · Houdon
    Three Strangers (28-Jan-1946) · David Shackleford
    Isle of the Dead (1-Sep-1945) · St. Aubyn
    Hangover Square (7-Feb-1945) · Sir Henry Chapman
    Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (15-Nov-1944) · Mr. Parker
    The Uninvited (16-Oct-1944) · Dr. Scott
    Ministry of Fear (16-Oct-1944) · Dr. Forrester
    The Hairy Ape (2-Jul-1944) · MacDougald)
    Action in Arabia (18-Feb-1944)
    Mademoiselle Fifi (1944)
    Lost Angel (23-Dec-1943) · Dr. Woodring
    Lassie Come Home (10-Oct-1943) · Jock
    Assignment in Brittany (11-Mar-1943) · Sam Walls
    Random Harvest (17-Dec-1942) · Julian
    Eagle Squadron (16-Jun-1942)
    The House of the Seven Gables (29-Feb-1940) · Fuller
    The Invisible Man Returns (12-Jan-1940) · Willie Spears
    We Are Not Alone (25-Nov-1939)
    The Four Just Men (Jun-1939)

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