Dennis Price Actor

Dennis Price is a 58 years old actor from United Kingdom from Twyford. Dennis Price was born on June 23, 1915 (died on October 06, 1973, he was 58 years old) in Twyford as Dennistoun Franklyn John Rose-Price.

Dennis Price



Dennis Price was an English actor remembered for his role Louis Mazzini in the film Kind Hearts and Coronets and for his portrayal of the omniscient valet Jeeves in 1960s television adaptations of P. G. Wodehouse's stories.
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Birth name of Dennis Price is Dennistoun Franklyn John Rose-Price
Is Dennis Price still alive?

No, he died on 10/06/1973, 49 years ago. He was 58 years old when he died. He died in Guernsey


His mother is Dorothy Patience Verey and his father is Brig.-Gen. Thomas Rose Price. His mother died at the age of (Dennis was 54 years old). () and Brig.-Gen. Thomas Rose Price was 39 years old when Dennis born.


Dorothy Patience Verey
Mother: Dorothy Patience Verey
Brig.-Gen. Thomas Rose Price
Father: Brig.-Gen. Thomas Rose Price


Joan Schofield Temperley

Joan Schofield Temperley

He married with Joan Schofield Temperley on Thursday, June 29th, 1939. Dennis Price was 24 years old. Married for 84 years, 2 months.


He had one child, Tessa .


Dennis Price Movies (94)

There are 94 movies of Dennis Price.

His first feature film was Vampyros Lesbos (2000, as Dr. Alwin Seward). He was 84 when he starred in this movie. Since 2000, he has appeared in 94 feature films. The last one is Go for a Take (1972). In this movie, we watched him in the Dracula, actor character .

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Dennis Price movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

Dennis Price TV Shows (10)

His first TV Show was Studio One (1948).

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He graduated from Copthorne Preparatory School, Radley College and Worcester College

What was Dennis's zodiac sign?

Dennis Price zodiac sign was cancer.

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