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  1. Louis Hayward - Wikipedia

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    Louis Hayward died on 21 February 1985 at the age of 75 in Palm Springs, California from lung cancer. Hayward publicly stated that his more than five-decade-long habit of smoking three packs of cigarettes daily was the likely cause of his cancer.

  2. Louis Hayward - IMDb

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    Louis Hayward, Actor: And Then There Were None. From his birthplace in South Africa, Louis Charles Hayward was brought to England and was educated there and on the Continent. He spent a short time managing a London nightclub, displayed some acting talent and decided on acting, and was quickly tapped by playwright Noël Coward, who became his patron. Matinee-idol-handsome, Hayward developed his ...

  3. Louis Hayward - Biography - IMDb

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    Mini Bio (1) From his birthplace in South Africa, Louis Charles Hayward was brought to England and was educated there and on the Continent. He spent a short time managing a London nightclub, displayed some acting talent and decided on acting, and was quickly tapped by playwright Noël Coward, who became his patron.

    • Louis Charles Hayward
    • 5' 10½" (1.79 m)
    • March 19, 1909 in Johannesburg, South Africa
  4. Louis Hayward - Turner Classic Movies

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    Here is the American one-sheet movie poster for Columbia Pictures' Ladies in Retirement (1941), starring Ida Lupino, Louis Hayward, and Evelyn Keyes. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.

  5. Louis Hayward | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Born in Johannesburg, Louis Hayward lived in South Africa and was educated in France and England, including Latymer Upper School in London. He spent some time managing a night club but wanted to act and bought into a stock company. He became a protege of Noël Coward and began appearing in London in plays such as Dracula and Another Language; he also started being cast in some British films of the early 1930s.Hayward came to Broadway in 1935 with a production of Noël Coward's Point Valaine working with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. It only ran a short time, after which Hayward moved to Hollywood. He started getting work almost immediately, gaining great attention in the prologue of Anthony Adverse (1936). He was then cast as the first screen incarnation of Simon Templar in Leslie Charteris' The Saint in New York.In 1938 he starred in The Duke of West Point for producer Edward Small who signed him to make three films over the next five years, meaning he was unable to reprise his part...

    Hayward married actress/director Ida Lupino November 17, 1938, in a quiet civil ceremony held in the Santa Barbara courthouse. After Louis returned from the war he was drastically different (he was suffering from depression most likely caused by post traumatic stress disorder) and this caused a strain in the marriage. They were divorced in 1945. He then met Peggy Morrow and after dating for a while they married on May 29, 1946. They divorced just 4 years later on March 13, 1950. Louis Hayward had one son, Dana (who died in 2007), with his third wife, June Hanson (who died in 1998). He was posthumously reported to have had a long-standing homosexual relationship with playwright/screenwriter Noël Cowardin biographies of the latter.

    Louis Hayward died in Palm Springs, California, from lung cancer, aged 75, blaming his illness on a five-decade habit of smoking three packs of cigarettes daily. At Hayward's request, he had no funeral or memorial service.

    Wise, James E.; Anne Collier Rehill (1999). "LouisHayward". Stars in the Corps: Movie actors in the United States Marines (2nd edition ed.). Naval Institute Press. pp. 27–34. ISBN 978-1-55750-949-9...

  6. Louis Hayward (1909-1985) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Actor. Born Seafield Grant in Johannesburg, South Africa. He made his Broadway debut in Point Valaine in 1934 and won the 'New York Critics Circle Award'. His first Hollywood movie was The Flame Within in 1935. Other film credits include Anthony Adverse, The Man in the Iron Mask and The Son of Monte Cristo. He was...

    • 19 Mar 1909, Johannesburg, City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality, Gauteng, South Africa
    • 21 Feb 1985 (aged 75), Palm Springs, Riverside County, California, USA
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    Hayward married actress/director Ida Lupino November 17, 1938, in a quiet civil ceremony held in the Santa Barbara courthouse. After Louis returned from the war he was drastically different (he was suffering from depression most likely caused by post traumatic stress disorder) and this caused a strain in the marriage. They were divorced in 1945. He then met Peggy Morrow and after dating for a while they married on May 29, 1946. They divorced just 4 years later on March 13, 1950. Louis Hayward had one son, Dana (who died in 2007), with his third wife, June Hanson (who died in 1998). He was posthumously reported to have had a long-standing homosexual relationship with playwright/screenwriter Noël Coward in biographies of the latter.

    Louis Hayward died in Palm Springs, California, from lung cancer, aged 75, blaming his illness on a five-decade habit of smoking three packs of cigarettes daily. At Hayward’s request, he had no funeral or memorial service.

    The Man Outside(1933)
    A Feather in Her Hat(1935)
    Trouble for Two(1936)
    Anthony Adverse(1936)

    Born in Johannesburg, Louis Hayward lived in South Africa and was educated in France and England, including Latymer Upper School in London.Latymer Upper School; A History of the School and its Foundation, Nigel Watson He spent some time managing a night club but wanted to act and bought into a stock company. He became a protege of Noël Coward and began appearing in London in plays such as Dracula and Another Language; he also started being cast in some British films of the early 1930s. Hayward came to Broadway in 1935 with a production of Noël Coward’s Point Valaine working with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. at IBDB It only ran a short time, after which Hayward moved to Hollywood.Louis Hayward Longs for Adventurous Life Kingsley, Grace. Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 06 Mar 1939: 20. He started getting work almost immediately, gaining great attention in the prologue of Anthony Adverse (1936). He was then cast as the first screen incantation of Simon Temp...

  7. TogetherWeServed - Capt Louis Hayward

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    In 1954, Hayward produced and starred in the 39-week television series The Lone Wolf (1954) (aka "Streets of Danger") after buying exclusive rights to several of Louis Joseph Vance's original "Lone Wolf" stories. He also produced the British series The Pursuers (1961) and the American The Survivors (1969).

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