• John Laurie

    John Laurie

    John Paton Laurie (25 March 1897 – 23 June 1980) was a Scottish actor. Throughout a long career, Laurie performed a wide range of theatre and film work. He is perhaps best remembered to modern audiences for his role as Private Frazer in the sitcom Dad's Army (1968–1977). Laurie appeared in scores of feature films with directors such as Alfred Hitchcock, Michael Powell, and Laurence Olivier, generally playing bit-parts or supporting roles rather than leading roles. He was also a stage actor (particularly in Shakespearean roles) and speaker of verse, especially of Robert Burns.

  • John Laurie Boulevard

    John Laurie Boulevard / McKnight Boulevard is a major east-west arterial road and expressway in north Calgary, Alberta. The two roadways function together as a major crosstown route between the northwest and northeast quadrants and are part of Calgary's Skeletal Road Network.

  • Laurie John (Jack) Ferguson

  • Sir John Laurie, 6th Baronet

    Major General Sir John Emilius Laurie, 6th Baronet CBE DSO (12 August 1892 − 10 January 1983) was a British Army officer.

  • Mount John Laurie

    Mount John Laurie

    Mount John Laurie is a mountain in the Canadian Rockies, located in the Canadian province of Alberta.

  • John Minet Laurie

  • John Wimburn Laurie

    John Wimburn Laurie CB (1 October 1835 – 19 May 1912) was a soldier and political figure in Nova Scotia, Canada for thirty years and then returned to England. He was the father of George Brenton Laurie.

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