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Born
Barry Leonard Graham Reay-Mackey

8 January 1906
Died12 December 1985 (aged 79)
Chelsea, London, England, U.K.
OccupationActor
Years active1933–1955
Spouse(s)Natalie Hall
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Barry MacKay (8 January 1906 – 12 December 1985) was a British actor.[1][2]

He was most prominently seen in light comedic roles in the British cinema of the 1930s and is perhaps best known as Jessie Matthews' leading man in Evergreen (1934), Gangway (1937) and Sailing Along (1938).[3] On Stage he performed at the Comedy Theatre, London, in the Green Room Rags of 2 December 1934; opposite Ann Todd in the sketch Every Twenty Thousand Years.

Other notable roles include Lieutenant Somerville in Brown on Resolution (1935) and as Fred, Scrooge's nephew, in MGM's film A Christmas Carol (1938), the latter being one of two films he made in the US; the other was the lead role in a B-picture, Smuggled Cargo (1939).[2] After these films and serving in the Canadian navy during WW II, followed by stage work, there was a long gap in his film career until he reappeared as a character actor in the 1950s, making his last film (TimeslipItalyempty spaces the blog. a.k.a. The Atomic Man ) in 1955.[3][4]

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Barry also appeared in the 1954 Sheldon Reynolds produced Sherlock Holmes television series.[5] He portrayed Reggie 'Sardines' Taunton in episode 17; 'The Case of the Laughing Mummy'.[6]

Filmography[edit]

YearFilmRoleNotes
1933The 1002nd NightGanemFilm debut, Voice
1934EvergreenTommy Thompson
Passing ShadowsJim Lawrence
The Private Life of Don JuanRodrigo
Forbidden TerritoryMichael Farringdon
1935Oh, Daddy!Jimmy Ellison
Me and MarlboroughDick Welch
The Private SecretaryDouglas Cattermole
Brown on ResolutionLieutenant Somerville
1937The Great BarrierSteve
Glamorous NightAnthony Allan
GangwayBob Deering
Who Killed John Savage?Anthony Benedict
1938Sailing AlongSteve Barnes
A Christmas CarolFred
1939Smuggled CargoGerry Clayton
1952The Pickwick PapersMr. Snubbins
1953Grand National NightSergeant Gibson
Knights of the Round TableGreen Knight's SquireUncredited
1955Orders are OrdersR. S. M. Benson
Sherlock HolmesReggie TauntonEpisode: The Case of the Laughing Mummy
TimeslipInspector HammondFinal film, Uncredited

References[edit]

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  1. ^'Barry MacKay'. IMDb.
  2. ^ ab'Barry Mackay'.
  3. ^ abMcFarlane, Brian; Slide, Anthony (14 August 2017). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth Edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN9780719091391 – via Google Books.
  4. ^'Barry Mackay'. TVGuide.com.
  5. ^'Sherlock Holmes (1954) (a Titles & Air Dates Guide)'. epguides.com.
  6. ^'The Case of the Laughing Mummy (1955)'.

External links[edit]

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  • Barry MacKay on IMDb
  • Barry MacKay at Allmovie


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