A. W. Baskcomb (1879 – 1939) was a British stage actor known for his comedy roles. He also appeared in several films. On stage he originated the role of Slightly in J.M. Barrie's 1904 play Peter and Wendy, continuing to play it for the next seven years. Other appearances included the Edwardian musical The Gay Gordons and Frederick Lonsdale's The Street Singer.
His daughter was the actress Betty Baskcomb.