(1939) He acted in Dodie Smith's play, "Call It A Day," at the Embassy Theatre in London, England with Irene Arnold, Marjorie Stewart, and Denis Carew in the cast. Peter Dearing was director.
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Tall, debonair British matinée idol, in films as romantic lead from 1916. Acted in films on both sides of the Atlantic. His first big successes were in Hollywood, where a street was named after him, leading to 'Chateau Marmont', a recreated gothic castle in which the rich and famous could rent a room for up to $750 per month...