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Full Name Alfie Bass
Profession Movie Actor
Date of Birth April 10 , 1916
Place of Birth Bethnal Green
Birth Country United Kingdom
Birth Sign Aries
Dead or Alive Died
Death Date 1987-07-15

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Alfie Bass is one of the famous Movie Actor, who was born on the memorable day of April 10 in the year 1916. Hailing from the vibrant city of England, Alfie Bass is a proud citizen of United Kingdom.

Stage, film and radio actor who appeared in the 1951 film, The Lavender Hill Mob, and the 1958 film, A Tale of Two Cities. Later in his career, he played roles in Moonraker and Revenge of the Pink Panther.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Alfie Bass continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Alfie Bass
Popular As: Alfie Bass
First Name: Alfie
Last Name: Bass
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 10
Birth Year: 1916
Death Date: 1987-07-15
Death Day: July 15
Death Year: 1987
Cause of Death: Natural Causes
Manner of Death: Myocardial Infarction
Place of Death: London Borough of Barnet, United Kingdom


He worked as a tailor’s apprentice, a messenger boy, and a shop-window display filler when he was 14.

He joined the Middlesex regiment as a dispatch rider after WWII began.


He was married to Beryl Bryson until his death in 1987. They had two children together. He began his acting career with Paul Robeson in the late 1930s film, Plant in the Sun.

Alfie Bass Timeline

Bass's acting career began at London's Unity Theatre in the late 1930s, appearing in Plant in the Sun alongside Paul Robeson, and as the pantomime King in Babes In the Wood. .
In 1936 he took part in the Battle of Cable Street, in which activists attempted to prevent a march through the East End by the British Union of Fascists.
In 1946, he married Beryl Bryson, a dressmaker, in Liverpool.
During the 1950s, he continued to direct shows at Unity, and on one occasion appeared in court (along with Vida Hope), charged with putting on a play without a licence.
He also appeared in a number of feature films including The Lavender Hill Mob (1951), Hell Drivers (1957), A Tale of Two Cities (1958) and Alfie (1966) starring Michael Caine and Shelley Winters.
In 1955, Bass recorded the novelty song "Pity the Downtrodden Landlord".