Trevor Howard

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Trevor Wallace Howard-Smith (29 September 1913 – 7 January 1988), known as Trevor Howard, was an English actor. After varied stage work, he achieved star status with his role in the film Brief Encounter (1945), followed by The Third Man (1949). This led to many popular appearances on film and TV.

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Commemorated on 3 plaques

Harrogate Theatre. Opened on 13 January 1900 as the Grand Opera House, designed by F.A. Tugwell, with a fine foyer frieze by Frances Darlington added later, the building was refurbished in the mid 1970s and 2007-9 and is home to theatrical activities that have flourished in Harrogate since the 1760s. Performers who have appeared here include Sarah Bernhardt, Mrs Patrick Campbell, Charlie Chaplin, Sonia Dresdel, Trevor Howard, George Robey, Ellen Terry, Arnold Ridley, Fats Waller, Ken Dodd, Martin Shaw, Ben Kingsley and Eddie Izzard. Home of the White Rose Players 1933-1955.

Oxford Street, Harrogate, United Kingdom where they performed

Centenary Of Cinema 1996 #050

Former pupils of Clifton College Michael Redgrave, Trevor Howard, John Cleese and John Housman [full inscription unknown]

Clifton College, Bristol, United Kingdom where they attended school

Centenary Of Cinema 1996 #094

Trevor Howard [full inscription unknown]

Elstree Film Studios, Borehamwood, United Kingdom where they acted and worked