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Also Known As: Died: August 16, 1993
Born: May 6, 1913 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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1933:
Made film debut in a bit part in "A Southern Maid"
1935:
Began as a repertory actor; worked with companies in Hull and Birmingham
1936:
Acted in the Malvern Theatre Festivals
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Acted on the London stage with Vivien Leigh in "Serena Blandish"
1939:
Film career began in earnest with "So This Is London"
1942:
Began playing leading roles in British films
1943:
Vaulted to star status with his role in "The Man in Grey", which also made stars of Phyllis Calvert, Margaret Lockwood and James Mason
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Served with the Black Watch regiment during WWII; invalided out
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Was voted one of Great Britain's top ten boxoffice stars in annual "Motion Picture Herald-Fame" poll in 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949
1949:
Signed with MGM
1950:
First American film, "King Solomon's Mines"
1955:
Returned briefly to Great Britain to co-star opposite wife Jean Simmons in "Footsteps in the Fog"
1956:
Became an American citizen
1957:
Left MGM
1958:
Returned to Great Britain to make two films
1962:
Began making films in Italy with his roles in "Sodom and Gomorrah" and "The Swordsman of Siena"
1965:
Began making films in West Germany
1969:
TV-movie debut, "Any Second Now"
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Starred as Colonel Alan MacKenzie opposite James Drury and Doug McClure on the NBC western series "The Men from Shiloh"
1972:
Played Sherlock Holmes in a TV-movie adaptation of "The Hound of the Baskervilles"
1982:
Played Prince Philip in the TV-movie, "The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana"
1988:
Made final feature film, "Hell Hunters"
1991:
Made final stage appearance opposite Rex Harrison and Glynis Johns in an adaptation of Somerset Maugham's "The Circle"
1992:
Appeared in the made-for-Cinemax interview documentary, "Ava Gardner"

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