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Ronald Ward

Ronald Ward
Born April 1901
Eastbourne, Sussex
 United Kingdom
Died March 1978
London, England
 United Kingdom
Years active 1931–1956

Ronald Ward was a British actor who appeared in more than twenty British films between 1931 and 1956.[1] He was born in Eastbourne in 1901 as Ronald William Ward, and made his screen debut in the 1931 film Alibi.[2] He was married to the actress Betty Baskcomb and was the father of Theo Ward.

Selected filmography


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