David. 1909–83, British film actor and author. His films include The Prisoner of Zenda (1937), Around the World in 80 Days (1956), Casino Royale (1967), and Paper Tiger (1975). He wrote the autobiographical The Moon's a Balloon (1972) and Bring on the Empty Horses (1975)
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How to use Niven in a sentence
Other members included editors of the Daily Express and the Daily Mail, as well as Kim Philby, Peter Ustinov, and David Niven.
Other members included the editors of the Daily Express and the Daily Mail, as well as Kim Philby, Peter Ustinov, and David Niven.
British writer John Niven has a novel, The Second Coming, that sounds very similar to yours, coming out around the same time.
The Park Avenue social whirl, Christmas sailing in the Caribbean, then off to Gstaad and drinks with David Niven?
Niven has created an unredeemable monster of a narrator, but a very funny one, indeed.
Did I tell you of a female relative, Niven (whom he would never see), saying that she would come and streek him after he died?Spare Hours | John Brown
It was very hot in the little West African factory where trader Niven lay dying.
Niven was well known in this afflicted colony years ago, and there is gold up yonder.
Turning presently, he saw that Niven was wide awake and looking out to sea.
Niven sank into sleep or unconsciousness presently, and Maxwell sat beside him considering what he had heard.