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Syd Walker (1886–1945)

Syd Walker was born on March 22, 1886 in Salford, England. He was an actor, known for Over She Goes (1937), Sweet Devil (1938) and Old Bill Through the Ages (1924). He died on January 13, 1945 in Hove, East Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Over She Goes Inspector Giffnock
Sweet Devil Belton


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 1939 What Would You Do, Chums?
Syd Walker
 1939 Who Is Guilty?
Det. Insp. Davidson
 1939 The Amazing Mr. Forrest
 1938 Hold My Hand
Inspector Rogers
 1938 King of the Congo (TV Movie)
 1938 Oh Boy!
 1938 Sweet Devil
 1937 Over She Goes
Inspector Giffnock
 1937 Let's Make a Night of It
Policeman (uncredited)
 1936 Public Nuisance No. 1
Policeman (uncredited)
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
Stage Doorman
 1924 Old Bill Through the Ages
Old Bill
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 1937 Over She Goes (performer: "We Policemen Think We Police Are Grand")
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 1938 Cabaret (TV Series)
Himself - Comedian
- Episode dated 26 March 1938 (1938) ... Himself - Comedian
- Episode dated 22 March 1938 (1938) ... Himself - Comedian
 1938 Variety (TV Series)
Himself - Comedian
- Episode dated 15 January 1938 (1938) ... Himself - Comedian

Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Ralph Benatsky and Robert Stolz's musical, "White Horse Inn," was performed in a Prince Littler production at the Streatham Hill Theatre in Streatham Hill, London, England with Betty French in the cast. S.A. Locke was director. See more »

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Comic stage, screen and radio actor of the 1930's. Though born in northern England, he specialised in cockney characters. See more »


Catchphrase: "What would you do, chums?"

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