Wilfred Lucas


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Wilfred Lucas was an actor and director. He was born in Norfolk County on 30 January 1871. Wilfred Lucas passed away 5 December 1940, he was 69 years. He is known for Modern Times (1936), Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939), A Chump at Oxford (1940), Dodge City (1939) and Edison, the Man (1940).

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Wilfred Lucas

Born 1871-01-30 (150 years ago) in Norfolk County. Dead 1940-12-05 (69 years).

Name From To Relationship type
Sylvia M.(Gifta: 1929–) 1929 Gifta
Bess Meredyth(Gifta: 1917–1927) 1917 1927 Gifta
Louise Perine(Gifta: 1898-10-10–) 1898-10-10 Gifta

E. Adeline Reynolds, Daniel Lucas

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Wilfred Lucas was a Canadian-born American stage actor who found success in film as an actor, director, and screenwriter.

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