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Lionel Braham and Reginald Owen in A Christmas Carol (1938)Reginald Owen in A Christmas Carol (1938)Robert Young, Rose Hobart, Reginald Owen, and Cyril Ring in Lady Be Good (1941)Elizabeth Allan, Edna May Oliver, and Reginald Owen in A Tale of Two Cities (1935)Ronald Colman, Edna May Oliver, Reginald Owen, Henry B. Walthall, and Donald Woods in A Tale of Two Cities (1935)June Lockhart, Lynne Carver, Terry Kilburn, Barry MacKay, and Reginald Owen in A Christmas Carol (1938)D'Arcy Corrigan and Reginald Owen in A Christmas Carol (1938)Leo G. Carroll and Reginald Owen in A Christmas Carol (1938)Leo G. Carroll and Reginald Owen in A Christmas Carol (1938)Lionel Braham and Reginald Owen in A Christmas Carol (1938)Gene Lockhart and Reginald Owen in A Christmas Carol (1938)Margaret Bannerman, Jennifer Jones, and Reginald Owen in Cluny Brown (1946)Myrna Loy, Robert Montgomery, and Reginald Owen in Petticoat Fever (1936)Claire Dodd, Robert Montgomery, Reginald Owen, and Cora Witherspoon in Three Loves Has Nancy (1938)Robert Montgomery and Reginald Owen in Three Loves Has Nancy (1938)Jean Harlow, Robert Taylor, and Reginald Owen in Personal Property (1937)Alan Mowbray and Reginald Owen in Where Sinners Meet (1934)Robert Young, Jeanette MacDonald, Grant Mitchell, Reginald Owen, and Ethel Waters in Cairo (1942)Tom Conway, Philip Dorn, Barry Fitzgerald, and Reginald Owen in Tarzan's Secret Treasure (1941)Reginald OwenJean Arthur, Joel McCrea, and Reginald Owen in Adventure in Manhattan (1936)Reginald Owen in A Study in Scarlet (1933)Gloria Stuart, Edmund Lowe, and Reginald Owen in The Girl on the Front Page (1936)Reginald Owen and Anna May Wong in A Study in Scarlet (1933)Ricardo Cortez, Kay Francis, Warner Oland, Reginald Owen, and Renee Whitney in Mandalay (1934)Boris Karloff, Robert Young, George Arliss, Florence Arliss, Arthur Byron, Paul Harvey, Holmes Herbert, Alan Mowbray, Reginald Owen, Ivan F. Simpson, C. Aubrey Smith, Helen Westley, and Loretta Young in The House of Rothschild (1934)Bing Crosby, Kitty Carlisle, Reginald Owen, Alison Skipworth, and Roland Young in Here Is My Heart (1934)Jean Harlow, Walter Catlett, Louise Closser Hale, Halliwell Hobbes, Reginald Owen, and Robert Williams in Platinum Blonde (1931)Jean Harlow, Louise Closser Hale, Reginald Owen, and Robert Williams in Platinum Blonde (1931)Nigel Bruce, Robert Cummings, Ruth Hussey, Reginald Owen, and C. Aubrey Smith in Free and Easy (1941)Judy Garland, Billie Burke, Fanny Brice, Lynne Carver, Allan Jones, and Reginald Owen in Everybody Sing (1938)Dolores del Rio and Reginald Owen in Madame Du Barry (1934)June Clyde, Alan Mowbray, Reginald Owen, and Anna May Wong in A Study in Scarlet (1933)Reginald Owen in A Christmas Carol (1938)Reginald Owen in A Study in Scarlet (1933)George Arliss, Doris Kenyon, Margaret Lindsay, Alan Mowbray, and Reginald Owen in Voltaire (1933)Melvyn Douglas, Marjorie Main, Reginald Owen, and Norma Shearer in We Were Dancing (1942)Beryl Mercer, Robert Montgomery, and Reginald Owen in Lovers Courageous (1932)Basil Rathbone, Elizabeth Allan, Walter Catlett, Ronald Colman, Edna May Oliver, Reginald Owen, Henry B. Walthall, Donald Woods, and Blanche Yurka in A Tale of Two Cities (1935)Clark Gable, Joan Crawford, Mona Barrie, Reginald Owen, and Franchot Tone in Love on the Run (1936)Judy Garland, Billie Burke, Fanny Brice, Lynne Carver, Allan Jones, Adia Kuznetzoff, and Reginald Owen in Everybody Sing (1938)Judy Garland, Fanny Brice, Allan Jones, Reginald Owen, and Helen Troy in Everybody Sing (1938)Judy Garland, Billie Burke, Lynne Carver, Reginald Gardiner, Allan Jones, and Reginald Owen in Everybody Sing (1938)Randolph Scott, Charles Laughton, Barbara Britton, and Reginald Owen in Captain Kidd (1945)Reginald Owen, Robert Williams, and Loretta Young in Platinum Blonde (1931)
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Biography

Born August 5th, 1887 in England, Reginald Owen was probably Hollywood's busiest character actor - making more than 80 films. He was educated in England at Sir Herbert Tree's Academy of Dramatic Arts. Owen excelled and made his professional debut also in England at the age of 18. He came to New York in the early 1920s and started working on ... See full bio »
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