Dennis Neilson-Terry

Dennis Neilson-Terry was a British actor who starred in a number of films between 1917 and 1932. He was born in London on 21 October 1895 to actress Julia Neilson and her husband, actor Fred Terry; his older sister was actress Phyllis Neilson-Terry. He played Inspector Hanaud in The House of the Arrow in 1930. He died in Bulawayo, Rhodesia on 14 July 1932 at the age of 36.[1] [2] He was the father of actress Hazel Terry.

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