Michael Trubshawe

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Michael Trubshawe
Born Michael Arthur T. Trubshaw
(1905-12-07)7 December 1905
Chichester, Sussex, England, UK
Died 21 March 1985(1985-03-21) (aged 79)
Sussex, England, UK
Years active 1950-1971
Spouse(s) Margaret Louise McDougall (1932-?) (divorced)
Cecilia Tower (1943-?)

Michael Trubshawe (7 December 1905 – 21 March 1985)[1] was a British actor and former officer in the Highland Light Infantry Regiment of the British Army. Trubshawe was very close friends with the famous British actor David Niven, serving together at Malta and Dover, and was best man for both of Niven's weddings, and is constantly referred to in Niven's memoirs The Moon's a Balloon, where Niven refers to finding out he would be working with him in The Guns of Navarone as 'A lovely bonus for me.'

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