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Ronald Colman
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Born in Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey
Born on 9th of February 1891
Died on 19th of May 1958

Born 1891. Died 1958 - English film and stage actor.

Made screen debut in Hollywood in The Live Wire (1919). Popular romantic leading man for three decades successfully surviving the transition to the sound era. Films included The White Sister (1923), A Tale of Two Cities (1935) and The Prisoner of Zenda (1937).

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