180-8 JUN 1948 TAL ORDELL

Tal Ordell

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Talone Ordell (1880–1948), better known as Tal Ordel, was an Australian actor, writer and director. He worked extensively on stage and screen as an actor in the 1910s and 1920s, playing Dad Rudd twice for Raymond Longford and Dad Hayseed – a similar role – three times for Beaumont Smith. He was the original “Ginger Mick” in the stage version of The Sentimental Bloke. He toured Australia with Marie Tempest.[1]

He turned director with The Kid Stakes (1927), based on the cartoon character Fatty Finn. In the 1930s he worked more in radio as a writer and actor.[2]

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  • On Our Selection – actor
  • The Sentimental Bloke – actor
  • Kangaroo Flat (1926) – author
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Talone Ordell, better known as Tal Ordel, was an Australian actor, writer and director. He worked extensively on stage and screen as an actor in the 1910s and 1920s, playing Dad Rudd twice for Raymond … Wikipedia
Born: 1880, Kolkata
Died: June 8, 1948, Waverley, Australia
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