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Arthur Howard Bonser was an English organist and pianist

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  • The younger brother of stage and film star Leslie Howard, Arthur Howard began his own screen career in 1947. Never as big a name as his brother, Howard was generally seen in minor roles as clerks, schoolmasters, and the like. Undoubtedly his best film opportunity was as Arthur Ramsden in the droll Ealing comedy The Happiest Days of Your Life (1950). He…

    Arthur Howard, an illustrator of note, is best known as the illustrator of the Mr. Putter and Tabby series by Cynthia Rylant. He has also written and illustrated three picture books of his own, including , an ABA Pick of the Lists. He lives in New York City.

  • The younger brother of stage and film star Leslie Howard, Arthur Howard began his own screen career in 1947. Never as big a name as his brother, Howard was generally seen in minor roles as clerks, schoolmasters, and the like. Undoubtedly his best film opportunity was as Arthur Ramsden in the droll Ealing comedy The Happiest Days of Your Life (1950). He also enjoyed a measure of fame as fussy Professor Pettigrew on the BBC radio and TV comedy series Whack-O. Arthur Howard continued popping up in fleeting cameos in films like Another Country (1984) until the early '90s.

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    Arthur Howard Cole
    February 11, 1941  -  May 23, 2015


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Arthur Howard, Actor: Moonraker

Dr. Arthur Howard Nichols grew up in Boston's North End where he referred to himself as a "North End hooligan." This "hooligan" graduated from Harvard College in 1862 and Harvard Medical School in 1866. Following medical school, he continued his studies in Paris, Vienna, and Berlin. In 1869, he married Elizabeth Fischer Homer with whom he had three daughters and one son, Sidney, who sadly died at age six. In 1885, Dr. Nichols purchased, in his wife's name, the "Bulfinch house" that would later become the Nichols House Museum. While Dr. Nichols held many eccentric interests, his passion was hand bell ringing, which he passed on to his daughter Margaret.