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Marius Goring

Marius Goring

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Also Known As: Died: September 30, 1998
Born: May 23, 1912 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Isle of Wight, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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1925:
Stage acting debut in "Crossings"
1931:
Toured France and Germany as part of the English Classical Players
1936:
Made first film appearances in uncredited bit parts in "Rembrandt" and "The Amateur Gentleman"
1939:
Directed "A Doll's House" and "Lady Fanny" at the Duke of York Theatre in London
1940:
Served in Foreign Office of British Army
1946:
Appeared in "Stairway to Heaven/A Matter of Life and Death", starring David Niven and Kim Hunter; first teaming with Emeric Pressburger and Michael Powell
1948:
Starred as love interest Julian Craster in the Powell-Pressburger dance film "The Red Shoes"
1954:
Appeared in "The Barefoot Contessa" alongside Humphrey Bogart and Ava Gardner
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Played the title role in the British television series "The Scarlet Pimpernel" (ITV in England, syndicated in the USA); also was an executive producer
1957:
Acted in the Powell-Pressburger war adventure film "Night Ambush", playing a kidnapped Nazi general, one of many World War II German roles
1960:
Appeared in the fact-based "Exodus" starring Paul Newman and Eva Marie Saint
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Was vice president of the British actor's union Equity
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Played Dr John Hardy, a forensic scientist in "The Expert" a popular drama series aired on BBC-2
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Was again vice president of Equity
1978:
Starred in the Claudia Cardinale film "La Petite Fille en Velours Bleu/The Little Girl in Blue Velvet"
1978:
Appeared on American telelvision in NBC's historical docudrama "Holocaust"
1980:
Portrayed King George V in the British miniseries "Edward and Mrs. Simpson"
1982:
Starred in the Nottingham Playhouse production of Ibsen's "Peer Gynt" and in the Old Vic Theatre's "Zaide"
1983:
Appeared in the British TV presentation of "Cymbeline"
1986:
Played Magnus in a London production of "The Applecart" and performed in the Canterbury Cathedral Theatre's "Mystery Plays"
1988:
Appeared in "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt" at London's Queen's Theatre
1989:
Final screen appearance in small role in the Molly Ringwald comedy "Strike It Rich"

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