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Kenneth Kent (20 April 1892 - 17 November 1963), sometimes Keneth Kent, was an English actor.
Kent, who was born in Liverpool, is most notable for portraying the emperor Napoleon in the 1948 film Idol of Paris, he also appeared in the war films Dangerous Moonlight (1941) and Night Train to Munich (1940). He died in London.
- Queer Cargo (1938) - Vibart
- Luck of the Navy (1938) - Col. Suvaroff
- At the Villa Rose (1940) - Inspector Hanaud
- Night Train to Munich (1940) - Controller
- The House of the Arrow (1940) - Inspector Hanaud
- Dangerous Moonlight (1941) - Andre De Guise
- The Idol of Paris (1948) - Emperor Napoleon
- A Time to Kill (1955) - Dr. Cole (final film role)
- "Keneth Kent". BFI.
- Hal Erickson. "Idol of Paris (1948) - Leslie Arliss - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie". AllMovie.
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