Francis Pierlot

 

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Francis Pierlot was a stage and film actor with over 90 film credits. The Massachusetts-born actor's first film credit was in 1914, but he did not begin appearing in films full-time until 1940, when he was 63 years old. He specialized in playing grey-haired well dressed characters in small parts including judges, priests and lawyers. One of Pierlot's larger roles was as Jean Simmons' manservant in his final film, the biblical epic The Robe

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Francis Pierlot

Born 1875-07-15 (147 years ago) in Massachusetts. Dead 1955-05-11 (79 years).

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Francis Pierlot was a stage and film actor with over 90 film credits.

The Massachusetts-born actor's first film credit was in 1914, but he did not begin appearing in films full-time until 1940, when he was 63 years old. He specialized in playing grey-haired well dressed characters in small parts including judges, priests and lawyers. One of Pierlot's larger roles was as Jean Simmons' manservant in his final film, the biblical epic The Robe.

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