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Herbert Marshall

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Herbert Marshall’s Biography

He was born in England by Percy F. Marshall and Ethel May Turnercon. After graduating from St. Mary’s College in Harlow, he worked for a while as a shop assistant.

The war

After his debut in theater in 1911, at the outbreak of the First World War he joined the London Scottish regiment, where he served alongside other famous comrades, great British actors such as Basil Rathbone, Ronald Colman and Claude Rains. On the front he was seriously injured in the leg during the Battle of the Somme (1916); the limb was amputated and replaced with a wooden prosthesis that Marshall always kept hidden throughout his long acting career.

At the end of the conflict he returned to play in the London theater circuit, where he would have continued for twenty years; in the meantime he made his debut in the cinema in 1927 in the film Mumsie by Herbert Wilcox, which will remain the only silent film played by Marshall. In 1930 he acted in Homicide !, one of the films shot in Britain by Alfred Hitchcock, in the part of a repentant juror who, after helping to condemn a woman to death, saves her after a relentless investigation.

In Hollywood

Nearing forty, Marshall moved to Hollywood, where he obtained a small part in the film The Letter (1929) by Jean de Limur, who would play again in the Malaysian Ombre remake (1940), alongside Bette Davis, for directed by William Wyler. Thanks to his deep voice and his excellent diction, Marshall was active in many films during all the thirties, playing alongside great stars. In 1931 he settled permanently in Hollywood, reaching steadily the American actress Edna Best, who had married on February 26, 1928 and from which he will divorce on February 7, 1940.

To this period belong his most famous and popular interpretations, in films such as competent Manch (1932) by Ernst Lubitsch, Venus blonde (1932) by Josef Von Sternberg, alongside Marlene Dietrich, in the part of his husband.

Beginning in the 1940s, Marshall offered more dramatic performances in such films as The Prisoner of Amsterdam (1940), the first Hollywood film by Hitchcock, in which he played an envoy on behalf of the United States with the mission to foil a secret plot hatched by an unspecified foreign power, identifiable with Nazi Germany. After the aforementioned Malaysian Ombre, he was again at the side of Bette Davis in Piccole volpi (1941). Another intense interpretation was that of Scott Chavez in the famous western duel in the sun (1946) by King Vidor.

In 1947, after divorcing his third wife Lee Russell, he married the actress Boots Mallory, alongside whom he remained until the latter’s death on 1 December 1958.

In the fifties his appearances on the big screen were more sporadic, but contemplating some important science fiction films produced and screened by Ivan Tors, among which are to be counted Exploratori del infinito (1954) and Attacco at the US space base (1954) by director Herbert L. Strock, filmed the same year. Since the late ’50s, Marshall began to appear in the first prize games of American television, making use of his long experience as a theatrical actor, and his television success was crowned with participation in some TV series, among which 77 Sunset Strip, produced by Warner Bros, one of the first detective series.

In 1960 he married for the fifth time with Dee Anne Kaufmann, who remained by his side until his death, which took place for a heart attack, on January 22, 1966.

Herbert Marshall Short biodata & net worth

Her/His Height 6 feet (183 cm)
Her/His Weight 166 lbs (75.3 kg)
Her/His Eyes Color Light brown
Hair Color Dark brown
First Name Herbert
Last Name Marshall
Birthday 23 May, 1890
Place of Birth London, England UK
Date Of Death 22 January, 1966 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, CA
Death Cause Heart Attack
Citizenship English
Ethnicity White
Orientation Straight

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