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Herbert Marshall was an English actor from the 1920s to the 1960s. He was born in 1890, and lost a leg in World War I, but adapted to his disability really well. He initially studied to be an accountant, but he fell in love with stage acting, and except for appearing in one silent movie in England in 1927, he spent 20 years performing on the stage there before he considered the movies. He was just shy of 40 when he made his first American movie, The Letter in 1929, and American audiences loved his voice and his acting! He was a wonderful leading man in the 1930s, and seamlessly transitioned to supporting roles in the 1940s and later, and he had a memorable cameo role in The Fly in 1958. Some of his other movies include: Trouble in Paradise, The Little Foxes, and Foreign Correspondent. He passed away in 1966 at the age of 75.
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