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Vosper made his stage debut in 1919 and was best known for playing urbane villains
- She married the tennis star "Bunny" Austin in 1931, whom she met on a cruise liner while travelling to the US to appear in a stage production of Frank Vosper's "Murder on the Second Floor", opposite her close friend Laurence Olivier
Frank Vosper died in 1937
Vosper drowned on 6 March 1937 when he fell from the ocean liner "SS Paris"
- Best had appeared on television as early as 1938, in a production of the play "Love from a Stranger", adapted from the Agatha Christie short story "Philomel Cottage" by Frank Vosper
Banned by the Lord Chamberlain after a performance at the Strand Theatre featuring Atholl Fleming, it remained unperformed until 1948, when it premiered at Wyndham's Theatre in London, with Miles Malleson, George Rose, Robert Flemyng and Kathleen Michael