Jameson Thomas

Jameson Thomas

  • Born on
    • March 24th, 1888
  • Died on
    • January 10th, 1939
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jameson Thomas (born Thomas Roland Jameson; 24 March 1888 – 10 January 1939) was an English film actor. He appeared in 82 films between 1923 and 1939. In 1929 he starred in Piccadilly opposite Anna May Wong. At the time, Piccadilly was not well received, but has since been recognised as one of the best films of the late British silent era. Thomas moved to Hollywood, where he appeared in minor roles in various films until his death. He played "King" Westley, the fortune-hunting husband/fiancé of Claudette Colbert, in Frank Capra's comedy It Happened One Night.

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Acting (11 Credits)

1937One Hundred Men and a Girl as Russell
1937Souls at Sea as Pelton (uncredited)
1936Mr. Deeds Goes to Town as Mr. Semple (uncredited)
1935The Last Outpost as Cullen
1935Charlie Chan in Egypt as Dr. Anton Racine
1935The Lives of a Bengal Lancer as Hendrickson
1934It Happened One Night as King Westley
1933The Invisible Man as Hospital Doctor (uncredited)
1932Three Wise Girls as Arthur Phelps
1929Piccadilly as Valentine Wilmot
1928The Farmer's Wife as Samuel Sweetland

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