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H. Cooper Cliffe
19 July 1862
|Died||2 May 1939 (aged 76)|
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Alice Belmont Cooper|
|Relatives||Violet Kemble-Cooper (niece)|
Lillian Kemble-Cooper (niece)
Henry Cooper Cliffe (19 July 1862 – 1 May 1939) was a British stage and screen actor a member of a distinguished family of English actors, his father was Clifford Cooper, mother Agnes Kemble, and his brother was Frank Kemble Cooper. Frank's daughter Violet was a niece. His wife was Alice Belmore. He had an illustrious career on stage in classical roles. Late in life he began appearing in silent film during the World War I years.
- The Face in the Moonlight (1915)
- The Final Judgment (1915)
- Gold and the Woman (1916)
- The Kiss of Hate (1916)
- Arms and the Woman (1916)
- Extravagance (1916)
- The Argyle Case (1917)
- Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman (1917)
- Half an Hour (1920)
- The Blue Pearl (1920)
- The Devil's Garden (1920)
- The Woman God Changed (1921)
- Love's Redemption (1921)
- His Children's Children (1923)
- Monsieur Beaucaire (1924)
- Who Was Who in the Theatre: 1912-1976, originally published in annual editions by John Parker; 1976 edition edited and published by Gale Research Co.
- Silent Film Necrology, 2nd edition, by Eugene Michael Vazzana, c.2001
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