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Raymond Massey

Raymond MasseyAKA Raymond Hart Massey

Born: 30-Aug-1896
Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Died: 29-Jul-1983
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Pneumonia
Remains: Buried, Beaverdale Memorial Park, New Haven, CT

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

Nationality: Canada
Executive summary: Things to Come

Military service: Canadian Army (Field Artillery, WWI, France, wounded, Maj., invalided 1943)

Brother: Vincent Massey (Governor-General of Canada, b. 1887, d. 1967)
Wife: Margery Fremantle (m. 1921, div. 1929, one child)
Son: Geoffrey Massey
Wife: Adrianne Allen (m. 1929, div. 1939, one son, one daughter)
Son: Daniel Massey (actor, b. 10-Oct-1933, d. 25-Mar-1998)
Daughter: Anna Massey (actress, b. 11-Aug-1937, d. 3-Jul-2011)
Wife: Dorothy Whitney (m. 1939, until his death)

    High School: Appleby College, Oakville, Ontario
    High School: Upper Canada College
    University: University of Toronto
    University: Balliol College, Oxford University

    Kappa Alpha Society
    Naturalized US Citizen
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6708 Hollywood Blvd. (television)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1719 Vine St. (motion pictures)

    Dr. Kildare Dr. Leonard Gillespie (1961-66)

    Mackenna's Gold (18-Mar-1969) · The Preacher
    How the West Was Won (1-Nov-1962) · Abraham Lincoln
    The Queen's Guards (17-Oct-1961)
    The Fiercest Heart (26-Mar-1961)
    The Great Impostor (3-Feb-1961)
    The Naked and the Dead (6-Aug-1958) · Gen. Cummings
    Omar Khayyam (23-Aug-1957) · The Shah
    Seven Angry Men (27-Mar-1955) · John Brown
    East of Eden (9-Mar-1955) · Adam Trask
    Battle Cry (2-Feb-1955) · Maj. Gen. Snipes
    Prince of Players (11-Jan-1955)
    The Desert Song (20-May-1953) · Yousseff
    Carson City (13-Jun-1952) · Big Jack Davis
    Come Fill the Cup (24-Oct-1951)
    David and Bathsheba (10-Aug-1951)
    Sugarfoot (11-Feb-1951)
    Dallas (30-Dec-1950) · Will Marlow
    Barricade (24-Mar-1950) · Boss Kruger
    Chain Lightning (18-Feb-1950) · Leland Willis
    Roseanna McCoy (12-Oct-1949)
    The Fountainhead (2-Jul-1949) · Gail Wynand
    Mourning Becomes Electra (19-Nov-1947) · Ezra Mannon
    Possessed (26-Jul-1947) · Dean Graham
    A Matter of Life and Death (1-Nov-1946) · Abraham Farlan
    Hotel Berlin (2-Mar-1945) · Arnim von Dahnwitz
    God Is My Co-Pilot (21-Feb-1945) · Maj. Gen. Claire L. Chennault
    The Woman in the Window (26-Jan-1945) · Frank Lalor
    Arsenic and Old Lace (23-Sep-1944) · Jonathan Brewster
    A Canterbury Tale (21-Aug-1944) [VOICE]
    Action in the North Atlantic (12-Jun-1943) · Capt. Steve Jarvis
    Desperate Journey (26-Sep-1942) · Maj. Otto Baumeister
    Reap the Wild Wind (19-Mar-1942) · King Cutler
    Dangerously They Live (24-Dec-1941)
    Forty-Ninth Parallel (8-Oct-1941) · Andy Brock
    Santa Fe Trail (13-Dec-1940) · John Brown
    Abe Lincoln in Illinois (12-Feb-1940) · Abe Lincoln
    The Drum (10-Apr-1938) · Prince Ghul
    The Hurricane (9-Nov-1937) · DeLaage
    The Prisoner of Zenda (2-Sep-1937) · Back Michael
    Under the Red Robe (May-1937)
    Fire Over England (8-Jan-1937) · Philip of Spain
    Things to Come (20-Feb-1936) · John Cabal
    The Scarlet Pimpernel (23-Dec-1934) · Chauvelin
    The Old Dark House (20-Oct-1932) · Philip Waverton
    The Speckled Band (5-Mar-1931)

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