Jimmy Asser

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He had been on stage since he was five years old. Had a promising career in legitimate and variety theatre in England but his career was interrupted by World War II, for which he volunteered. After being invalidated out in 1941, he became a drama teacher for the London County Council and produced many successful children's show. He performed in The Amorous Prawn at the Alexander Theatre in September 1961. He played the role of Private Albert Huggins.


Sources

Alexander Theatre program of the run of The Amorous Prawn in September 1961, no. 154.


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