Biographies Of The Players MAR-MIL


MARGETSON, Arthur. B. London, April 27, 1897. Ed. Royal Masonic School, Bushey, Herts. M. Vera Lennox.

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Began his career as a clerk at Lloyd’s but veiy soon discovered that be had not only theatrical inclinations, but also theatrical talents. Stage debut, Edinburgh, 1917, as the footman in Theodore and Company. Acting success came to him easily because nine months later he was billed as Captain Laverdet in Telling the Tale, in London. Went to New York 1922. Film debut, Other People’s Sins (Assoc Pic Pro, 1931).

Also Played in : Many Waters (B.I.P.), Flat No. 9 (Twickenham).

MARION, George, Sen. B. San Francisco, Cal., July 16, i860. Grey hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 7 in. Wt. 11 st. 11 lb. Ed. San Francisco University of Stagecraft.

Is a veteran of the American screen and stage. Following extensive tours in the United States and in England, entered motion pictures in 1914.

Played in : Anna Christie (M.G.M.), The Sedbat (M.G.M.), Barber John’s Boy (Warner), A Lady’s Morals (M.G.M.), The Losing Game (Radio), Hook, Line and Sinker (Radio), Evangeline (U.A.), Jenny Lind (M.G.M.), The Lost Lady (F.N.), Six Hours to Live (Fox),

MARIS, Mona. B. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Black hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 6 in. Wt. 8 st. 6 lb. Ed. public school at Buenos Aires ; French Convent near Lourdes, France.

Began her screen career with famous U.F.A. Company in Germany. Having made four pictures, journeyed to Hollywood. Soon she was playing for Warner Bros. Under a Texas Aloon is among her early films for that company.

Also Played in : Romance of the Rio Grande (Fox), Arizona Kid (Fox), One Mad Kiss (Fox), The Seas Beneath JFox), The Passionate Plumber (M.G.M.), South of the Rio Grande (Col), The Man Called Back (Tiffany), Once in a Lifetime (Univ).

MARITZA, Sari. Real name, Patricia Detering-Nathan. B. China, 1911. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 1¾ in. Wt. 7 st. 5 lb. Ed. London, Paris, Berlin and Switzerland.

Film debut in Vienna. She was seen by Vivian Gaye, an English actress on holiday, and brought over to this country. First screen appearance in England, Greek Street (Gau-Brit, 1931). American film debut, Forgotten Commandments (Para, 1932).

Also Played in : No Lady (Gau-Brit),

Monte Carlo Madness (U.F.A.), The Water Gypsies (A.R.P.), Two Way Street (Nettlefold), Evenings for Sale (Para).

MARMONT, Percy. B. Gunnersbury,

London. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht.

6 ft. Wt. 11 st. 1 lb. Ed. St. Anne’s,

Surrey. Married; 1 son, 2 dau.

Studied law, but before qualifying decided to change his career and obtained stage work. Among his earliest films are Street of Forgotten Men (Para, 1925), and Aloma (Para).

Also Played in : If Winter Comes (Fox), Stronger Will (Excellent), The Shooting of Dan McGrew (M.G.), Introspection (Fogwell) .Silver King (Gains), T he Squeaker (B.L.), Yellow Stockings (Para-Brit), Cross Roads, (Para-Brit), Rich and Strange (B.I.P.), The Blind Spot (W.B.-F.N.), The Silver Greyhound (W.B.-F.N.).

MARRIOTT, Moore. B. West Drayton,

Middlesex. Dark hair and eyes. Ht.

5 ft. 6£ in.

Made his first appearance on the stage as a dancer when five years of age. Has since been featured in numerous British films, one of his most notable being The Lyons Mail (Twickenham, 1931).

Also Played in : The Monkey’s Paw (Artistic), London Love (Bromhead), Passion Island (Pathe), Second to None (Gau-Brit), Carry On (Britannia), Every Mothers’ Son (Britannia), Huntingtower (Welsh - Pearson), Flying Scotsman (B.I.P.), Kissing Cup’s Race (Butcher), (B.I.P.), The Water Gypsies (A.R.P.), Lady from the Sea (B.I.P.), Widdecombe Fair (B.I.P.), Dance Pretty Lady (B.I.F.), Nine Till Six (A.R.P.), The Crooked Lady (Eric Hakim), Song of the Rhine (Delta).

MARSH, Garry. Real name, Gerahty, B.

St. Margaret’s, Kent, May 21, 1902.

Brown hair and eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt.

14 st. Ed. Richmond and Dover. M.

(1) Adele Lawson ; dissolved, 1925 ; (2)

Muriel Martin-Harvey, 1926. »

Was originally a farmer, but later turned from this to the stage, making his debut in The Dowry (1917). Later was offered a part in Night Birds (B.I.P., 1929), his first film.

Also Played in : Uneasy Virtue

(B.I.P.), Dreyfus (B.I.P.), Keepers of Youth (B.I.P.), Postal Orders (W.B.-F.N.), Star Reporter (Fox-British), Stamboul (Para-Brit), No. 17 (B.I.P.), After Office Hours (B.I.P.), The Alan they Couldn't Arrest (Gains), Stranglehold (W.B.-F.N.), The Professional Guest (Fox-Brit), C.O.D. (Jackson), Maid of the Alountains (B.I.P.).

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MARSH, Joan. Real name, Nancy Ann Kosher. B. Portersville, Cal., July 10,

1914. Daughter of the renowned cameraman, Charles Roslier. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 2 in. Wt. 7 st. 6 lb. Ed. public and private schools.

On the stage at nine months old. Later went into films, one of her earliest appearances being in Daddy Long Legs (F.N.), when she was about three.

Also Played in : Pollyartna (F.N.), Young Mrs. Winthrop (Lasky), A Woman's Weapons (Lasky), King of Jazz (Univ), Little Accident (Univ), The Leather-Pushers (Uuiv), All Quiet on the Western Front (Univ), Inspiration (M.G.M.), Eyes of the World (U.A.), Shipmates (M.G.M.), Meet the Wife (Col), Three Girls Lost (Fox), A Tailor Made Man (M.G.M.), Dance Fools Dance (M.G.M.), Maher of Men (Col), Are You Listening? (M.G.M.), Politics (M.G.M.), Wet Parade (M.G.M.), Bachelor’s Affairs {Eos), Obey the Law (Col).

MARSH, Mae. B. Madrid, New Mexico, Nov. 9, 1S95. Ed. Convent in San Francisco. M. Louis Lee Armes ; 2 dau., Mary and Marguerite ; 1 son, Brewster.

Began her screen career in 1912 as an extra and was for many years one of Hollywood’s leading lights. Came to England, 1922, and again in 1925 to appear in the British film The Rat. Retired some years ago to devote the whole of her time and attention to her children. Has since returned to play the mother-role in Over the Hill (Fox, 1932).

Also Played in : Paddy The Next

Best Thing (Gains), The Birth of a Nation (U.A.), Intolerance (U.A.), The White Rose (U.A.), Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (Fox), That’s My Boy (Col).

MARSH, Marian. Real name, Violet Krauth. B. Trinidad, Oct. 17, 1913. Blonde hair, grey eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 2 in. Wt. 7 st. 4 lb. Ed. Hollywood High School.

A small part in Whoopee (U.A., 1930) led to her first important role, in Svengali (Warner, 1931).

Also Played in : The Mad Genius

(Warner), Five Star Final (Warner), The Road to Singapore (Warner), Under Eighteen (Varner), Beauty and the Boss (Warner), Alias the Doctor (F.N.), Without Consent (F.N.), Strange Justice (Radio), Free, White and Twenty-One (Radio).

MARSHALL, Herbert. B. London, May 23, 1890. Dark hair, blue eves. Ed.

St. Mary’s College, Harrow. M. (r) Mollie Maitland ; dissolved ; (2) Edna Best (1929).

Was originally employed by a City firm of chartered accountants, but abandoned figures for a theatrical career. Stage debut, 1911. Subsequently made several journeys to New York where his popularity is as great as it is here.

Played in : Murder (B.I.P.), The

Calendar (Gains-B.L.), Michael and Mary (Gains), Secrets of a Secretary (Para), The Faithful Heart (Gains), Blonde Venus (Para), The Honest Finder (Para), MumsieQN. &.F.), Evenings for Sale (Para).

MARSHALL, Tully. B. Nevada City; Cal., April 13, 1864. Grey hair ana brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 9½ in. Ed. University of Santa Clara, Cal.

Long experience of the stage preceded his film debut in 1916, when he played prominent role in Intolerance (U.A.), later in The Covered Wagon (Para), and Merry Widow (M.G.M.). '

Also Played in : He Who Gets Slapped (M.G.M.), Trail of '98 (M.G.M.), Redskin (Para), The Torrent (Cosmo), Ponjola (F.N.), Richard the Lion-hearted (F.N.), For Sale (F.N.), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Univ), Twinkletoes (F.N.), Alias Jimmy Valentine (M.G.M.), The Thunderbolt (Para), Tiger Rose (Warner), Conquest (Warner), The Bridge of San Luis Rev (M.G.M.), The Mysteriou. Dr. Fu Manchu (Para), Skin Deep (Warner), Murder Will Out (F.N.), The Big Trail (Fox), Numbered Men (F.N.), One Night at Susie’s (F.N.), Burning Up (Para), Mammy (Warner), She Couldn't Say No (Warner), Under a Texas Moon (Warner), Common Clay (Fox), Virtuous Husband (Univ), Fighting Caravans (Para), The Millionaire (Warner), The Unholy Garden (U.A.), Tom Sawyer (Para), The Honourable Mr. Wong (Warner), Arsene Lupin (M.G.M.), City Sentinels, Beast of the City (M.G.M.), Scarf ace (Col), Justice for Sale (M.G.M.), Strangers of tie Evening (Tiffany), Cabin in the Cotta'll (Warner), Two-Fisted Law (Col), Merrily

U~e Go To-/ (Para), Grand Hotel

(M.G.M.), Exposure (Premier), Merry Go Round (Univ), Hurricane Express (Mascot), Red Dust (M.G.M.), Central Park (Warner).

MARX BROTHERS. Arthur (Harpo). B. Nov. 21, 1893.

Julius (Groucho). B. Oct. 2, 1895. M. Ruth Johnstone ; 1 son, Arthur ; 1 dau., Miriam.

Leonard (Chico). B. Mar. 22, 1891. M. Betty Carb ; 1 dau., Maxine.

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Herbert (Zeppo). B. Feb. 25, 1901. M. Marion Benda.

Were first introduced to the stage by their mother and aunt with whom they formed a company and became known as Six Musical Mascots. Later they toured as The Four Nightingales, and then as The Four Marx Brothers. They are all regarded as expert musicians—Groucho particularly being rated as one of the best guitar players in America. Harpo, who gets his name from playing the harp, also performs with equal facility on the piano the flute and the trombone. Chico is also a piano expert and caricaturist ; Zeppo specializes in the saxophone but also takes delight in playing the) piano, 'cello and flute. Were first introduced to the screen by Paramount, for whom they made Ccccanuts

(1929).

Also Played in : Animal Crackers

(Para), Monkey Business (Para), Horse Feathers (Para).

MASON, Haddon. B. London, Feb. 21, 1S98. Fair hair, blue eyes. Ed. St. George’s College, Weybridge ; University College, London. M. Maudie Dunham, 1924 ; 1 daughter.

Stage debut, Virgin Queen, (1922). Film debut, Lady in High Heels (1923).

Also Played in : Palaver (B.I.F.),

God’s Clay (Rooke), Woman in White (B. & D.), Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel (B. & D.), Lady of the Lake (FitzPatrick), A Peep Behind the Scenes (Broadwest), London Melody (Audible), Castle Sinister (Filmo), The Yellow Mask (B.I.P.), Contraband Love (Para-Brit), The Shadow Between (B.I.P.), Inquest (New Era).

MASON, Shirley. B. Brooklyn, New York, 1901. Brown hair, light-grey eyes. Ht. 4 ft. 11 in. Wt. 6 st. 10 lb. Ed. privately.

Began theatrical career at a very early age. Later played important parts in Rip Van Winkle, Passers By and Poor Little Rich Girl. Screen career began with Edison.

Also Played in : The Tell-Tale Step (Edison); The Awakening of Ruth (Edison), The Final Close-up (Para), The Apple Tree Girl (Edison), Come On In (Para), Good-bye Bill (Para), The Wall Invisible, Gosh Darn The Kaiser, The Rescuing Angel (Para), The Winning Girl (Para), Treasure Island (Para), Her Elephant Man (Fox), Molly and I (Fox), Love’s Harvest (Fox), Merely Mary Ann (Fox), Girl of My Heart (Fox), Flame of Youth (Fox), Little Wanderer (Fox), Wing Toy (Fox), The Lamplighter

(Fox), The New Teacher (Fox), Shirley of the Circus (Fox), Very Truly Yours (Fox), The Ragged Heiress (Fox), Love Bound (Fox), Queenie (Fox), Light of the Desert (Fox), Youth Must Have Love (Fox), The Eleventh Hour (Fox), Curlytop (Fox), Jackie (Fox), The Scarlet Honeymoon (Fox’), Scandal Proof (Fox), What Fools Men (F.N.), So This is Paris (Warner), Sally in our Alley (Col), Stranded (Sterling), Rich Men’s Sons (Col), The Flying Marine (Col), Anne Against the World (Rayart) Dark Skies (Univ).

MASSEY, Raymond. B. Toronto, Canada, Aug. 13, 1896. Ed. Appleby School, Ont.; Toronto College; Ballio! College, Oxford. M. (1) Peggy, daughter of Admiral Sir Sidney Freemantle ; div; (2) Adrianne Allen.

Served during the Great War as Captain in the Canadian Field Artillery, and was wounded. Made his first professional stage appearance in London, 1922, as Jack in In the Zone. Has also produced numerous plays. After brief experience in the British film studios, travelled with his wife to America, where he has since been featured in The Old Dark House (Univ., 1932).

Also Played in : Speckled Band (Stoll), The Face at the Window (Twickenham, sound Version).

MATHER, Aubrey. B. Minchinhamp-ton, Glos, Dec. 17, 18S5. Grey hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. Ed. Charterhouse ; Trinity College, Cambridge. Stage debut in Hamlet, 1905. After a long and successful career on the stage, turned his attention to screen work, in which he made his debut with B.I.P in 1930.

Played in : Young Woodley (B.I.P.),

Aren’t We All? (Para-Brit), The Impassive Footman (A.R.P.), Love on the Spot (A.R.P.), Tell Me To-Night (Gau-Brit).

MATIESON, Отто. B. Copenhagen, Denmark, March 27, 1S93. Brown hair and eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 9 in. Ed. Copenhagen High School. M. Isabella La More. D. Feb., 1932.

Was first seen as a professional actor in Denmark, then in Germany and London. Film debut in Britain, but it was not until he ventured to America that he became more widely known. His gift for characterization had set him firmly on the road of fame, when he was unfortunately killed in a motoring accident.

Played in : A Soldier’s Plaything

Biographies of the Flayers (MAT-MEH)

(Warner), Maltese Falcon (Warner), Men of the Sky (F.N.), Scaramouche (M.G.M.), Napoleon and Josephine (M.G.M.), The Dangerous Maid (F.N.), The Salvation Hunters (U.A.), The Beloved Rogue (U.A.), Captain Blood (Vita), Bride of the Storm (Warner), Surrender (Univ), The Last Moment (M.G.M.), The Tell-Tale Heart, The Woman from Moscow (Para), Napoleon’s Barber (Fox), Strange Cargo (Pathe), Prisoners (F.N.), General Crack (W’arner), Golden Dawn (Warner), Behind Closed Doors (Col), Last of the Lone Wolf (Col), Conspiracy (Radio), Beau Ideal (Radio), Show of Shows (Warner).

MATTHEWS, Jessie. B. London, Mar. ii, 1907. Brown hair, brown eyes. M. (1) Henry Lytton jun. ; div.; (2) Sonnie Hale, 1931.

Made her first professional stage appearance in The Music Box Revue, London. Many successes followed, and it was not long before her charming personality and dancing ability won for her a prominent place among British film stars.

Played in : Out of the Blue (B.I.P.), There Goes the Bride (Gains-B.L.), Man from Toronto (Gains), The Midship-maid (Gau-Brit), Good Companions (Gau-Brit.).

MATTHEWS, Lester. B. Nottingham, Dec. 3, 1900. Brown hair, brown eyes. Ht. 6ft. 2 in. Wt. 12 st. 10 lb. Ed. Waverley, Nottingham ; Paston, North Walsham. M. Frances Elizabeth Walper.

Made his theatrical debut at the Royal Theatre, Nottingham (1916). Parts on the London stage followed this and eventually a screen role in Creeping Shadows (B.I.F., 1931).

Also Played in : Shivering Shocks

(B.I.P.), The Man at Six (B.I.P.), Gipsy Blood (B.I.P.), Fires of Fate (B.I.P.), The Old Man (B.L.), The Wickham Mystery (Samuelson), Indiscretions of Eve (B.I.P.), Alone at Last (W.B.-F.N.). Priscilla the Rake (Sound City).

MAUDE, Cyril. B. London, April 24, 1S62. Grey hair, blue eyes. Ht.

5 ft. 8J in. Wt. 10 st. 5 lb. Ed. Charterhouse School. M. (1) Winifred Emery ; div. 1924 ; (2) Mrs. P. H. Trew. Is perhaps one of the most famous veterans of the London stage, and has frequently played before the Royal Family. Has also travelled extensively in America, where he has since appeared in the film of Grumpy (Para, 1930), which he has played on the stage 1300 times.

Also Played in : These Charming

People (Para-Bril).

MAUDE, Joan. B. Riekmansworth, Jan. 16, 1909. P. Charles Maude and Nancy Price. Red hair, green eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 5 in. Wt. 9 st. 9 lb. Ed. Belstead House School, Aldeburgh ; 70 Rue de la Tour, Paris, lias contrived since the beginning of her career in 1921 to share her interests equally between the stage and screen. Was seen first in public as a dancer.

Played in : In a Monastery Garden

(Twickenham), Hobson’s Choice (B.I.P.), Alone at Last (W.B.-F.N.).

MAYNARD, Ken. B. Mission, Texas. Black hair, grey eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 12 st. 12 lb. Married.

Was first attracted by the active, adventurous life of circus folk, and a1 the age of fourteen ran away from home to join a touring wagon-show. Found by his father and induced to take a course in civil engineering. Held the record as the youngest civil engineer in the American army. Returned to his first love and was heard of again in 1923 as a rider in the Ringling Brothers Circus. His sensational riding with this company ultimately led to his screen career.

Played in Janice Meredith (M.G.), Fifty Thousand Dollars Rcwaul (Elfet), California Mail (F.N.), Cheyenne (F.N.), The Glorious Trail (F.N.), The Lawless Legion (F.N.), The Royal Rider (F.N.), The Wagon Master (Univ), Sen or Americano (Univ), Kettle Creek (Univ), The Fighting Legion (Univ), Lucky Larkin (Univ), Mountain Justice (Univ), Parade of the JITs/ (Univ), Sons of the Saddle (Univ), Arizona Terror (Tiffany), Branded Men (Univ), Pocatello Girl (Tiffany), Range Law (Tiffany), Sunset Trail (Univ), Texas Gunfighter (Tiffany), Whistling Dan (W.W.),King of the Range (Tiffany), Alias the Bad Man (Tiffany), Llell Fire Austin (Tiffany), Come on, Tarzan (Tiffany), Between Fighting Men (Tiffany), Fargo Express (Tiffany), Tombstone Canyon (Tiffany).

MEHAFFEY, Blanche. B. Cincinnati, Ohio, July 28, 1907. Red hair, grejr-blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 3 in. Wt. 8 st.

7 lb. Ed. private school. M. (1) George Hanson ; div.; (2) Ralph Like, July, 1932.

Has so far had two years’ stage experience and five on the screen. Was first heard of as an actress in the Follies of 1923.

Played in : Smilin’ Guns (Univ),

Soul of the Slums (Mayfair), Is These Justice? (W.W.), Mounted Fury (WAV.), Sally of the Subway (Mayfair), Passpoit to Paradise (Mayfair), The Samaritcn (Univ), Denny of the Railroad (Intel-national). Alias Mary Smith (Mayfair).

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MEIGHAN, Thomas. B. Pittsburg, Pa., April 9, 1888. Dark hair,

blue eyes. Ht. 6 ft. 1 in. Wt. 12 st. 12 lb. Ed. Pittsburg High School ; St. Mary’s College. M. Florence Ring, 1913. In his late teens adopted the stage as his profession, soon after coming to London. First important screen role was in The Miracle Man (Para, 1919).

Also Played in : The Bachelor Daddy (Para), Coining Through (Warner), Manslaughter (Para), Civilian Clothes (Para), Conrad in Quest of his Youth (Para), Frontier of iJte Stars (Pasa), Irish Luck (Para), The New Klondyhe (Para), Tin Gods (Para), We’re All Gamblers (Para), The City Gone Wild (Para), The Racket (Para), The Argyle Case (Warner), Cheaters At Play (Fox), Skyline (Fox), Young Sinners (Fox), Madison Square Garden (Para).

MENJOU, Adolphe. Full name, Adolphe Jean Menjou. B. Pittsburg, Pa., February 18, 1890. Dark brown hair, dark blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. Wt. 10 st. 7 lb. Ed. Culver Military Academy, Indiana ; Cornell University, New York. M. (1) Kathryn Conn Tinsley ; div.; (2) Kathryn Carver ;

May, 1928 ; adopted son, Harold.

Two years’ experience of the stage preceded his entry into motion pictures. Among his best known early films are : The Sheik (Para, 1921), and The Three Musketeers (U.A., 1921). A Woman of Paris (U.A.), directed by Charles Chaplin, proved him a talented artiste.

Also Played in : The Valentine Girl

(Para), Kiss (M.G.M.), Moth (Selznick), Afarriage Circle (Warner), The Eternal Flame (F.N.), Through the Back Door (U.A.), Rupert of Hentzau (M.G.), For Sale (F.N.), Are Parents People? (Para), King of Main Street (Para), Blonde or Brunette ? (Para), Gentleman of Paris (Para), Grand Duchess and the Waiter (Para), Social Celebrity (Para), His Private Life (Para), His Tiger Lady (Para), Marquis Preferred (Para), Fashions in Love (Para), Morocco (Para), Friends and Lovers (Radio), Two White Arms (Eric Hakim), Prestige (Radio), Diamond Cut Diamond (Eric Hakim), Bachelor Affair (Fox), Night Club Lady (Co\),New Moon (M.G.M.), Front Page (U.A.), Great Lover (M.G.M.), Farewell to Anns (Para). Forbidden (Col.) The Easiest Way (M.G.M.), Men Call it Love (M.G.M.), Marviage Interlude (Univ), A Gust of Wind (London Film Pro.)

MERKEL, Una. B. Covington, Ivy., Dec. 10, 1907. Blonde hair, blue eyes.

Ht. 3 ft. 5 in. Wt. 7 st. 10 lb. Ed. Philadelphia. M. R. L. Burla, Jau., 1932.

Although many years ago she had played a small part in D. W. Griffith’s White Rose, it was not until she had achieved success on the stage that she received her first prominent part in motion pictures. Having seen her on the stage, Griffith brought her back to the studios to play an important part in Abraham Lincoln (U.A., 1930).

Also Played in : Eyes of the World

(U.A.), Bat Whispers (U.A.), Command Performance (Tiffany), Six Cylinder Love (Fox), The Maltese Falcon (Warner), The Bargain (F.N.), Daddy Long Legs (Fox), Don’t Bet on Women (Fox), Private Lives (M.G.M.), The Silent Witness (Fox), She Wanted a Millionaire (Fox), Impatient Maiden (Univ), Secret Witness (Col), Alan Wanted (Warner), Impossible Lover (M.G.M.), Red-Headed Woman (M.G.M.), Way of Life (Warner), Second Fiddle (Radio).

METAXA, Georges. B. Bucharest, Rumania, Sept. 11, 1899. Ed. Bucharest University. M. Helene Valoary. Son of a former judge in the High Court of Bucharest. Trained as a lawyer, practising in Rumania for a brief period before the war. After the war, attained the position of chef de cabinet to the Agricultural Minister of Rumania. He would, no doubt, still have been interested in a diplomatic career, but for the inspiring encouragement given him by an American impresario, who induced him to come to London to take up a theatrical career, which he did with almost instantaneous success. Before making his film debut in America, was seen in six London productions, among them being Will O’ The Whispers, Wake Up and Dream, and, perhaps his greatest success, Bittei Sweet, opposite Peggy Wood. Film debut, Secrets of a Secretary (Para, 1931).

MIDDLETON, Charles. B. Elizabethtown, Kentucky, Oct., 3, 1S84. Brown hair, blue eyes. Pit. 6 ft. Wt. 11 st. 11 lb. Ed. Chattanooga, Tenn. Married ; 1 dau., Leora, b. 1917.

First attracted attention as a stage artiste, then later in motion pictures, which he entered about nine years ago.

Played in : Beau Bandit (Radiol,

Way Out West (M.G.M ), Kongo (M.G.M.) Bellamy Trial (M.G.M.), The Far Call (Fox), Welcome Danger (Para), The Frame (Vita), Christmas Knight (Vita), Alexander Hamilton (Warner), Blonde Reporter {Toy), Caught Plastered (Radio), The Lost Lady (F.N.), Palmy Days (U.A.), A Dangerous

Biographies of the Players (MIL)

Affair (Col), Beau Chumps (M.G.M.), Strange Love of Molly Louvain (F.N.), Mystery Ranch (Fox), Hell’s Highway (Radio), Breach of Promise (W.W.), I am a Fugitive (Warner), Silver Dollar (Warner).

MILJAN, John. B. Lead City, S.

Dakota, Nov. 9. Dark hair, dark eyes.

Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 11 st. 6 lb. Ed. Lead

City High School ; St. Martin’s College. M. Victorie Lowe, 1928 ; 1 son,

John, 1932. Adopted 2 sons of

Creighton Hale, 1932.

Was on the stage fourteen years before making his screen debut with Fox in 1922, one of his earliest films being Love Letters. The screen’s “ most consistent villain.”

Also Played in: The Lone Wolf

(Pathe), Romance Ranch (Fox), The Painted Lady (Fox), Empty Hearts (Radio), Phantom of the Opera (Univ), Sackcloth and Scarlet (Para), Flaming Waters

(Radio), The Devil’s Circus (M.G.M.),

The Amateur Gentleman (F.N.), Almost

a Lady (Pathe), Footloose Widows (Warner), My Official Wife (Warner), Lovers (M.G.M.), Rough House Rosie (Para), The Yankee Clipper (Pathe), Wolf’s

Clothing (Warner), Old San Francisco (Warner), What Happened to Father (Warner), Sailor’s Sweetheart (Warner), The Desired Woman (Warner), Sailor

Izzy Murphy (Warner), Silver Slave (Warner), Lady be Good (F.N.), Husbands

for Rent (Warner), The Crimson City (Warner), The Little Snob (Warner),

Glorious Betsy (Warner), Tender Loin (Warner), Land of the Silver Fox (Warner), Women they Talk about (Warner), Terror (Warner), The Home Towners (Warner), The Desert Song (Warner),

Hard Boiled Rose (Warner), Inspiration (M.G.M.), Stark Mad (Warner), Queen of the Night Chib (Warner), Speedway (M.G.M.), The Voice of the City (M.G.M ), The Eternal Woman (Col), Times Square (Gotham), Fashions in Love (Para), Innocents of Paris (Para), Untamed (M.G.M.), Devil May Care (M.G.M.),

Our Blushing Brides (M.G.M.), Iron Man (Univ), Secret Six (M.G.M.), Gentleman’s Fate (M.G.M.), The Sea Bat (M.G.M.), The Unholy Three (M.G.M.), Show Girl in 'Hollywood (F.N.), His Night Out (Vita), Lights and Shadows (M.G.M.), Son of India (M.G.M.), Rise of Helga (M.G.M.), Emma (M.G.M.), The Great Meadow (M.G.M.), War Nurse (M.G.M.), Remote Control (M.G.M.), Within the Law (M.G.M.), Politics (M.G.M.), West of Broadway (M.G.M.), Hell Divers (M.G.M.), Beast of the City (M.G.M.),

Arsene Lupin (M.G.M.), Wet Parade (M.G.M.), Are You Listening ? (M.G.M.), Justice for Sale (M.G.M.), Grand Hotel (M.G.M.), The Rich are Always With Us (Warner), Unashamed (M.G.M.), Kid From Spain (U.A.).



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