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Ray Milland

Ray MillandAKA Reginald Alfred John Truscott-Jones

Born: 3-Jan-1907
Birthplace: Neath, Wales
Died: 10-Mar-1986
Location of death: Torrance, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Lung
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered in the Pacific Ocean)

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: Wales
Executive summary: The Lost Weekend

Military service: Royal Household Cavalry (3 years)

Wife: Malvina Webber (m. 30-Sep-1932, until his death, one son, one daughter adopted)
Son: Daniel David
Daughter: Victoria (adopted)

    Oscar for Best Actor 1946 for The Lost Weekend
    Golden Globe 1946 for The Lost Weekend
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1620 Vine St. (television)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1625 Vine St. (motion pictures)
    Endorsement of General Electric 1953
    Naturalized US Citizen

    TELEVISION
    Markham Roy Markham (1959-60)
    Meet Mr. McNulty Prof. Ray McNulty (1953-55)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS DIRECTOR
    Hostile Witness (Nov-1968)
    Panic in Year Zero! (5-Jul-1962)
    The Safecracker (5-Mar-1958)
    Lisbon (17-Aug-1956)
    A Man Alone (17-Oct-1955)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    The Sea Serpent (1984)
    Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land (27-Feb-1983)
    The Dream Merchants (12-May-1980)
    The Attic (1980)
    Survival Run (23-May-1979)
    The Darker Side of Terror (3-Apr-1979)
    Game for Vultures (1979)
    Oliver's Story (Dec-1978)
    Blackout (28-Jun-1978)
    Slavers (24-Feb-1978)
    Cruise Into Terror (3-Feb-1978)
    The Uncanny (24-Aug-1977)
    The Last Tycoon (15-Nov-1976) · Fleishacker
    Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby (29-Oct-1976)
    Aces High (30-Sep-1976) · Brig. Whale
    The Swiss Conspiracy (14-May-1976)
    Rich Man, Poor Man (1-Feb-1976)
    Escape to Witch Mountain (21-Mar-1975)
    The Dead Don't Die (14-Jan-1975)
    Gold (7-Sep-1974)
    Terror in the Wax Museum (May-1973)
    The House in Nightmare Park (1973)
    The Thing with Two Heads (19-Jul-1972)
    Frogs (10-Mar-1972) · Jason Crockett
    Embassy (1972)
    Love Story (16-Dec-1970)
    Company of Killers (1970)
    Hostile Witness (Nov-1968) · Simon Crawford, Q.C.
    Quick, Let's Get Married (1964)
    X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (18-Sep-1963) · Dr. James Xavier
    Panic in Year Zero! (5-Jul-1962) · Harry Baldwin
    The Premature Burial (7-Mar-1962) · Guy Carrell
    The Safecracker (5-Mar-1958)
    High Flight (17-Sep-1957)
    The River's Edge (11-Apr-1957) · Nardo Denning
    Three Brave Men (Dec-1956)
    Lisbon (17-Aug-1956) · Capt. Robert John Evans
    A Man Alone (17-Oct-1955)
    The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing (1-Oct-1955)
    Dial M for Murder (29-May-1954) · Tony Wendice
    Let's Do It Again (17-Jul-1953) · Gary Stuart
    Jamaica Run (22-Apr-1953) · Patrick Fairlie
    The Thief (15-Oct-1952) · Allan Fields
    Something to Live For (7-Mar-1952)
    Bugles in the Afternoon (4-Mar-1952) · Kern Shafter
    Rhubarb (30-Aug-1951)
    Night Into Morning (8-Jun-1951)
    Circle of Danger (17-Apr-1951)
    Close to My Heart (1-Jan-1951) · Brad Sheridan
    Copper Canyon (22-Sep-1950)
    A Life of Her Own (1-Sep-1950) · Steve Harleigh
    A Woman of Distinction (1-Mar-1950) · Professor Alexander Stevenson
    It Happens Every Spring (10-Jun-1949) · Vernon Simpson
    Alias Nick Beal (4-Mar-1949)
    Miss Tatlock's Millions (19-Nov-1948)
    The Big Clock (9-Apr-1948)
    So Evil My Love (3-Mar-1948)
    Variety Girl (29-Aug-1947) · Himself
    Golden Earrings (27-Aug-1947) · Col. Ralph Denistoun
    The Imperfect Lady (25-Apr-1947)
    California (14-Jan-1947) · Trumbo
    The Well-Groomed Bride (10-May-1946)
    The Lost Weekend (16-Nov-1945) · Don Birnam
    Kitty (16-Oct-1945)
    The Uninvited (16-Oct-1944) · Roderick Fitzgerald
    Ministry of Fear (16-Oct-1944) · Stephen Neale
    Till We Meet Again (30-Aug-1944)
    Lady in the Dark (10-Feb-1944)
    The Crystal Ball (22-Jan-1943)
    Forever and a Day (21-Jan-1943)
    Star Spangled Rhythm (18-Dec-1942) · Himself
    The Major and the Minor (16-Sep-1942)
    Reap the Wild Wind (19-Mar-1942) · Stephen Tolliver
    Skylark (19-Nov-1941)
    I Wanted Wings (26-Mar-1941)
    Arise, My Love (16-Oct-1940)
    The Doctor Takes a Wife (15-Jun-1940) · Dr. Timothy Sterling
    Irene (23-Apr-1940) · Don Marshall
    French Without Tears (2-Feb-1940)
    Everything Happens at Night (22-Dec-1939)
    Beau Geste (2-Aug-1939)
    Men with Wings (16-Jul-1938)
    Her Jungle Love (13-Apr-1938)
    Wise Girl (31-Dec-1937) · John O'Halloran
    Ebb Tide (17-Nov-1937)
    Easy Living (7-Jul-1937)
    Wings Over Honolulu (16-May-1937)
    Bulldog Drummond Escapes (1937)
    The Jungle Princess (24-Dec-1936)
    Three Smart Girls (20-Dec-1936)
    The Big Broadcast of 1937 (6-Oct-1936)
    Next Time We Love (30-Jan-1936)
    The Glass Key (15-Jun-1935)
    The Gilded Lily (25-Jan-1935)
    Charlie Chan in London (12-Sep-1934)
    We're Not Dressing (26-Apr-1934) · Prince Michael Stofani
    Bolero (23-Feb-1934)
    Payment Deferred (7-Nov-1932)
    Blonde Crazy (14-Nov-1931) · Joe Reynolds
    Ambassador Bill (13-Nov-1931)
    Just a Gigolo (6-Jun-1931)
    The Bachelor Father (10-Jan-1931) · Geoffrey Trent

Author of books:
Wide-Eyed in Babylon: An Autobiography (1974, memoir)


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