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Also Known As: Died: July 29, 1941
Born: April 14, 1889 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Selby, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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Began career working on stage
1937:
Film acting debut in Britain
1938:
Hired by Warner Bros. as a contract player
1938:
Earliest US film credits include "White Banners" and "When Were You Born?"
1939:
Earliest romantic lead in Hollywood, "King of the Underworld," opposite Kay Francis and Humphrey Bogart
1940:
Played his best-remembered role, that of attorney Howard Joyce, in the melodrama, "The Letter"; received Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actor
1940:
Starred as the detective in "Calling Philo Vance"
1941:
Played first and last leading role in Hollywood, "Shining Victory"; received top billing alongside Geraldine Fitzgerald
1941:
Last film, "International Squadron"

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