Bruce Belfrage

Bruce Belfrage (30 October 1900 – August 1974) was an English actor and BBC radio newsreader.wikipedia
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A Sleeping Clergyman

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Belfrage is reported as performing on stage in London with The Strolling Players in February 1923 He played in a notable triumph—A Sleeping Clergyman—with Robert Donat in 1933 and in BBC radio plays in 1934.

Joan Henley

He was married to the actress Joan Henley with whom he had a son, Julian Rochfort Belfrage.
Joan Henley married Bruce Belfrage in 1930 and they had a son, Julian Belfrage, who became an actor's agent.

Cedric Belfrage

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His younger brother was the author and journalist Cedric Belfrage.
Cedric was the younger brother of actor and BBC newsreader Bruce Belfrage (1900–1974).

Julian Rochfort Belfrage

Julian Belfrage
He was married to the actress Joan Henley with whom he had a son, Julian Rochfort Belfrage.
Julian Rochfort Belfrage was born in London on 19 February 1934, the son of Bruce Belfrage, who read the nine o'clock news during World War II, and the actress Joan Henley.

Nicolas Belfrage

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Belfrage's sister was Sally Belfrage, his uncle was Bruce Belfrage and his great uncle was Bryan Powley.

Sally Belfrage

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Her father's brother was Bruce Belfrage, the BBC Newsreader during World War II, and her great uncle was Bryan Powley, the actor.

Actor

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Bruce Belfrage (30 October 1900 – August 1974) was an English actor and BBC radio newsreader.

BBC

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Bruce Belfrage (30 October 1900 – August 1974) was an English actor and BBC radio newsreader.

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Bruce Belfrage (30 October 1900 – August 1974) was an English actor and BBC radio newsreader.

Marylebone

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Bruce Belfrage was born in Marylebone, London.

Gresham's School

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He was educated at Gresham's School before taking an honours degree in modern languages at St John's College, Oxford.

St John's College, Oxford

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He was educated at Gresham's School before taking an honours degree in modern languages at St John's College, Oxford.

Robert Donat

Belfrage is reported as performing on stage in London with The Strolling Players in February 1923 He played in a notable triumph—A Sleeping Clergyman—with Robert Donat in 1933 and in BBC radio plays in 1934.

2LO

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He was a broadcaster in the early days of 2LO at Savoy Hill, and in 1935 joined the BBC as a casting director and later became a news reader and announcer.