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|Born||Thomas Chatto St John Sproule
1 September 1920
Elstree, Hertfordshire, England, UK
|Died||8 August 1982
London, England, UK
Thomas "Tom" Chatto (1 September 1920 – 8 August 1982) was a British actor. He made some 28 appearances between 1957 and his death. Chatto appeared mostly in films, including Oscar Wilde (1960) in which he played the Clerk of Arraigns. He had a minor role in the pilot episode of Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) in 1969 in the episode, My Late Lamented Friend and Partner.
Born Thomas Chatto St John Sproule, Chatto was also well known for his role in the 1969 Guy Hamilton film, Battle of Britain. According to a London Palladium souvenir brochure from a 1970 production of Alladin, he was trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. During the war he was commissioned in the Indian Army. He is also the great-grandson of the founder of Chatto and Windus, the well-known publishers. After the war he maintained the family interest in books and became a director of the firm of book sellers, Pickering and Chatto. His work in the theatre includes Fings ain't Wot they used to be, My Fair Lady, Number 10, The young visitors, Hushabye, and The man who power over women. He has appeared on TV in Honey Lane, The Expert, and Happy ever after. In 1969 he appeared with Tommy Steele, Mary Hopkins in Dick Whittington and with Alec Guinness in the play Time out of Mind.
- The Girl in the Picture (1957)
- Quatermass 2 (1957)
- Oscar Wilde (1960)
- The Boys (1962)
- It! (1966)
- The Frozen Dead (1967)
- Battle of Britain (1969)
- My Lover My Son (1970)
- Assault (1971)
- When Eight Bells Toll (1971)
- Galileo (1974)
- The Romantic Englishwoman (1975)
- The Human Factor (1979)
- Walker, Tim (15 June 2012). "The Queen's niece Lady Sarah Chatto mourns the death of agent to the stars". The Telegraph.
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