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Sonnie Hale (1902–1959)

Sonnie Hale was born on May 1, 1902 in London, England as John Robert Hale-Monro. He was an actor, known for First a Girl (1935), Evergreen (1934) and The Phantom Strikes (1938). He was married to Mary Kelsey, Jessie Matthews and Evelyn Laye. He died on June 9, 1959 in London. See full bio »

Died:

(age 57) in London, England, UK

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Filmography

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 1946 London Town
Charlie de Haven
 1939 Let's Be Famous
Finch
 1936 It's Love Again
Freddie Rathbone
 1935 Marry the Girl
Wally Gibbs
 1935 First a Girl
Victor
 1934 Wild Boy
Billy Grosvenor
 1934 Are You a Mason?
Frank Perry
 1934 A Song for You
Charlie, Gatti's male secretary
 1934 Evergreen
Leslie Benn
 1933 Early to Bed
Helmut
 1932 Be Mine Tonight
Alexander Koretsky
 1927 On with the Dance (Short)
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Other Works:

He acted in WB Friedlander and C. Conrad's musical, "Mercenary Mary," at the London Hippodrome in London, England with Peggy O'Neil, AW Baskcomb, Eileen Redcott, Frank Masters, Lew Hearn, Paddy Dupres, Ardath De Sales, Betty Garson, Janette Dietrich, Margaret Campbell, and Billy Rego in the cast. Leonard Hornsey was conductor. See more »

Alternate Names:

Robert Monro

Height:

5' 8" (1.73 m)
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Personal Quote:

(On women in wartime): Be truly feminine. This does not mean to say that you must be fluffy in looks or mind. But to-day there is a danger of too much back-slapping and loud voices among the fair sex -- and how I hate it.

Trivia:

Horn-rimmed British comedy star of Cochran and Coward revues, pantomime and musicals, on stage from 1921. Hale forsook the theatre for films in the mid-1930's, having signed as actor/writer/director for Gaumont British. His screen career came to a sudden end in 1938, following the cancellation of a projected musical he had written for Jessie Matthews ("Asking for Trouble"). See more »

Star Sign:

Taurus

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