Will Fyffe

  1. Cecil Kellaway, The Luck of the Irish, 1947.    Oh, Hollywood – what a stupid  idea!  A Scotsman as an Irish leprechaun with the proverbial pot o’ gold.  Inevitably, Horace was inevitably aimed at  Film City’s very own leprechaun, Barry Fitzgerald.  He was not keen. Kellaway was a perfect substitute. (Strange that no one thought of booking Fitzgerald’s actor brother, Arthur Shields).

 Birth year: 1885Death year: 1947Other name: Casting Calls:  1