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Michael Rennie

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Michael Rennie’s Biography

Prior to his artistic career, Michael Rennie had been a car salesman and a factory manager. The meeting with the cast director of Gaumont made him get a job as a stunt double by Robert Young in the film Love and Mystery (1936).

From the second half of the thirties he participated in dozens of films, often without being accredited and for a certain period he worked in theater to refine his acting technique. In 1941 he played a major role in Ships with Wings and achieved a certain fame with the film I’ll Be Your Sweethearts (1945) and The Beautiful Adventurer (1945), both starring alongside Margaret Lockwood. In the same year he played the role of a centurion in Caesar and Cleopatra by Gabriel Pascal.

He moved to Hollywood in the early fifties, he was entrusted with the part of Klaatu, the evolved alien protagonist of Ultimatum alla Terra (1951), the classic of science fiction directed by Robert Wise who had a huge success of cassette and was distinguished from most sci-fi films of the time for the accuracy of the packaging and for the effectiveness with which he managed to convey to the public a message warning humanity to put a stop to its aggressive tendencies. Rennie, with his tall stature and his severe and sharp features, gave an interpretation of great intelligence and charm of the mysterious Klaatu who, in human form, hides in a board and makes friends with a boy and his mother ( Patricia Neal).

Rennie’s American career continued with prominent roles in the most varied genres of films, from the literary drama The Miserables (1952), in which he played the role of Jean Valjean, to the adventure of colonial setting of the Kyber (1953), to the biblical dramas like La tunica (1953), in the role of the apostle Peter and the gladiators (1954), up to the historical costume movie Désirée (1954), in which he played French marshal Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte .

Back in England by now famous, he had the part of Harry Lime in the television series The third man and that of Captain John Winter in the adventure film The Challenge of the Third Man (1959) by Ken Annakin.

In the last part of his career, Rennie continued to wander in the most diverse genres of film, from the sci-fi, Lost World (1961) by Irwin Allen, to the comedy Intrighi at the Grand Hotel (1967) by Richard Quine. to the action film Bersaglio mobile (1967) by Sergio Corbucci, to the war adventure The Devil’s Brigade (1968) by Andrew V. McLaglen (1968), in the role of US general Mark Wayne Clark. In 1969 he also played the role of the perfidious Sandman (or Doctor Sonnambula) in the television series Batman.

Michael Rennie Short biodata & net worth

Height 6′ 4" (193 cm)
Whole Name Eric Alexander Rennie
Place of Birth Idle near Bradford, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
Birthday August 25, 1909
date of death June 10, 1971
location of death Harrogate, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
cause of death Aortic aneurysm
Star Sign Virgo
Citizenship British
Ocupation(s) Actor

Michael Rennie Net worth – $1.7 Million

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