Sydney King born Sidney William Howell (1900–1969) was an English stage & screen actor whose career spanned five decades. He was originally a tailors model but found his true forte after the The First World War appearing as a supporting actor in an early stage production of “The Better ‘Ole” He appeared in 15 films between 1931 and 1958 and numerous stage plays and productions from the 1920’s onwards. He was linked romantically to actress Mollie Hare during his early career. He also had TV parts in the 1950’s & 60’s in “White Hunter”, “Dixon of Dock Green” & “Softly Softly”. A member of the actors Green Room Club in London, he married actress Ena Dorne in 1939. He died in Kensington London in 1969 and was buried at Kensal Green Cemetery.
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