Harry Fowler ' The Army Game ' Film, Stage and T.V. Signed Cards Autograph £10.00
This is an In Person signed white card 5.5" x 4" by the English actor.
Harry James Fowler, MBE (born 10 December 1926, Lambeth, London) is an English actor in film and TV. He started in juvenile roles, most notably in the first recognised Ealing Comedy Hue and Cry, made in 1947. Fowler later married one of his co-stars in the film, Joan Dowling, who committed suicide in 1954. During the Second World War he was an Aircraftman in the RAF, playing the same role in the film Angels One Five as a cheerful cockney, a character he used in other appearances, often with a humorous slant, notably the TV series The Army Game. His easily recognizable voice was frequently used for TV commercials. He was awarded an MBE in 1970, as part of Harold Wilson's Resignation Honours.