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Hubert, son of Hubert, was born on December 10, 1890 in Clapton, London. He changed his name to Frederick George Merritt at some point when he took up acting as a career.
He was known for playing authority figures, such as police, and is known for Q Planes (1939), The Case of the Frightened Lady (1940) and The Persuaders! (1971). He died on August 27, 1977 in Parliament Hill, Hampstead, London.
His probate record shows him as ‘Hubert Gotts or George Merritt shows him living in Lissendon Gardens, London.
He decided to study German theatre in Magdeburg, Germany in and was interned for four years at Ruhleben. His ICRC card and log entry for Ruhleben show his details.
This is him in Goodbye Mr Chips 1939 with Robert Donat
His career his documented on these sites and more: