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Maurice Braddell

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Maurice Braddell
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Maurice Lee Braddell

(1900-11-23)23 November 1900
Died28 July 1990(1990-07-28) (aged 89)
Ashford, Kent, England
  • Actor
  • author
  • art restorer

Maurice Lee Braddell (23 November 1900 – 28 July 1990) was an English actor, author and art restorer.[1][2]

Maurice Braddell was born in Folkestone, Kent, England, and lived in New York City for much of his life.[3] He was the son of Sir Thomas Braddell and Lady Violet Nassau (Kirby) Braddell. The Braddell family had a long association with the Straits Settlements (Singapore) where they served as lawyers and judges. Maurice Braddell married Jean Shannon (Macleod) Harman of Chesham, Bucks who had previously taken the name Braddell. As well as acting in both silent films and talkies, Braddell wrote the 1935 farce of the same name on which the 1936 film, It's You I Want is based.[3][4][5]

Over 40 years later, he was retired from films and working as an art restorer, living in New York's East Village, when he was cast in Andy Warhol's 1968 film, Flesh.[3][6]



Year Title Role Notes
1928 A Window in Piccadilly Harry
1928 Dawn British Airman
1928 Not Quite a Lady Geoffrey Cassilis
1929 Master and Man Dick Waring
1929 Latin Quarter Mario
1930 The School for Scandal Careless
1931 Her Reputation Eric Sloane
1932 Men of Tomorrow Allan Shepherd
1936 Things to Come Dr. Harding
1968 Flesh The Artist
1971 Women in Revolt Candy's Father (final film role)



  1. ^ "Maurice Braddell".
  2. ^ "Maurice Braddell - Theatricalia".
  3. ^ a b c "Maurice Braddell, 89, An Actor and Writer". 6 August 1990. Retrieved 5 May 2016.
  4. ^ League, The Broadway. "Maurice Braddell – Broadway Cast & Staff - IBDB".
  5. ^ "It's You I Want (1936)".
  6. ^ "Maurice Braddell - Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos - AllMovie". AllMovie.

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