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|Subject: Sadly, his brother in that film, child actor Vincent Winter, later primarily working behind the camera, died at young age of 50, from a heart attack in 1998. -As for Whiteley, as adult he became a respected art historian. ...
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Date Posted: Wednesday, May 20, 11:25:03am
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VIDEO from his biggest success, "The Little Kidnappers" (1953).
's message, "Only 7 screen credits to his young Whiteley's career, I'd never heard of the Scottish-born actor before, who was out of the business by 21. ..." on Wednesday, May 20, 11:03:53am
Jon Whiteley, as adult he became a respected art historian at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England, writing his doctorate on the French painter Paul Delaroche, and catalogued all the French Drawings in the Ashmolean, and authored and co-authored several books on artists including Ingres, Puvis de Chavannes and Claude Lorrain. …
...He published a book on the Ashmolean's Stringed Instruments in 2009, and was working on a catalogue of the later French paintings in the Museum. His wife was art historian Linda Whiteley; the couple have two children. He was made a chevalier (knight) of the French Order of Arts and Letters in May 2009.
Winter archival 1998 obit ...
(L-R) Winter and Whiteley -RIP ...