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Roland Young’s Biography
Born in London, his grandfather had been an architect. After completing his studies first at Sherborne College, Dorset, and then at London University, he was admitted to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. His acting career began in London’s West End in the 1908 Find the Woman show.
In 1912, F moved overseas to try his career on Broadway, where he debuted in the Hindle Wakes show. His debut was well received, to the point that the theatrical author Clare Kummer wrote for him two brilliant comedies, Good Gracious Annabelle! and A Successful Calamity, which Young played respectively in 1916 and 1917. He became a US citizen, served during the First World War with the US Army.
On his return from the war, on September 5, 1921 he married the daughter of Kummer, Marjorie, from whom he divorced on October 18, 1940. After a period in which he shuttled between New York and London, he debuted on the great screen with the silent film Sherlock Holmes (1922), directed by Albert Barker, in which he played the role of Dr. Watson, alongside John Barrymore in the role of the famous detective.
However, the film did not immediately open the way for Hollywood studios. After signing a contract with Metro Goldwyn Mayer, which allowed him to play his first sound film, Lo Spectrum Green (1929), Young was sold first to Warner Bros and later to 20th Century Fox, taking part in the second half of the thirty years to numerous brilliant comedies that finally made him gain popularity and consensus of critics and audience. Among his most successful roles is that of Cosmo Topper, the goggle businessman grappling with the ghosts of his clients (Cary Grant and Constance Bennett) in the comedy The Way of the Impossible (1937), for which obtained an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Young will later resume the role of Cosmo Topper in two sequels, Journey into the Impossible (1938) and Una bionda in paradiso (1941).
In the mid-forties, Young also made his debut on the radio, turning out to be a great radio actor, and partnered with Cornelia Otis Skinner in the radio series William and Mary.
Roland Young Short biodata & net worth
|Height||5′ 6" (168 cm)|
|Place of Birth||London, England, UK|
|Birthday||November 11, 1887|
|date of death||June 5, 1953|
|location of death||New York, New York|
|cause of death||Natural Causes|
|College(s)||University of London|
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