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Max Miller (1895-1963), Music hall entertainer

Max Miller (Thomas Henry Sargent)

Sitter in 3 portraits
'The Cheeky Chappie', most celebrated comedian of the music hall from the 1920s to 1950s; with Billy Smart's Circus before the First World War; made his London début in variety in 1922; master of innuendo with a genius for timing.

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P351

Max Miller

by (Edward) Russell Westwood
cream-toned bromide print, 1930s?
NPG P351

x21348

Max Miller

by Unknown photographer
hand-coloured bromide print, circa 1938
NPG x21348

x27593

Max Miller

by Unknown photographer
bromide print, 1950s
NPG x27593

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