Ian Fleming

Active - 1926 - 1967  |   Born - Sep 10, 1888 in Melbourne, England  |   Died - Jan 1, 1969 in London, England, UK  |   Genres - Drama, Crime, Mystery, Comedy

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Not to be confused with the famed espionage novelist of the same name, Australian-born actor Ian Fleming was one of the best and longest-established character players in British films. On stage since the age of sixteen, Fleming made his first film, Second to None in 1926--and his last, Return of Mr. Moto, in 1965. The actor's cinematic stock in trade was a fussy dignity who disguised hidden strength. In this, Ian Fleming was an ideal Dr. Watson opposite Arthur Wontner in a series of British Sherlock Holmes films produced in the mid '30s.

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