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Boris Karloff – Karloff and terrible horror movies 1930-40 Master’s. British film and theater actor, the star of his time. The creator of the classic images in horror movies – Monster from “Frankenstein” and Imhotep in “The Mummy.” He is known for the film “Bride of Frankenstein”, “Black Saturday, or The Three Faces of Fear”, “Scarface” and many others. Winner of the two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – for his contribution to the film industry for the development and contribution to the development of television.
Biography
William Henry Pratt (real name of the actor) was born November 23, 1887 in London, England. He passed away on February 2, 1969 March in 81 years in Midhurst, England.
He was born in a large family, and the ninth, the youngest child of the family. William always felt cared for by older brothers and sisters who took care of his younger brother and helped to complete their studies, especially when my mother died. Before the birth of William’s family lived in India, his father worked in the British customs in India, and maternal grandfather served in the Horse Artillery in Bombay.
William has many unique family – so, great aunt, Henry had Anne Leonouens which life events have become the basis of the musical “The King and I” and the movie “Anna and the King of Siam.”
Henry studied at Enfildskoy elementary school, then moved to Appingemskuyu school attended private school Merchant Taylors in Northwood, London and King’s College. He was fond of theater with 9 years, acting in amateur productions. But at first, like brothers, William wanted to be a diplomat. Gradually, acting classes and amateur performances began to substitute for him to study, and to 21 years, Henry has strengthened the idea that wants to do acting and nothing else. At 21, he left Britain, was in Canada, Australia, shooting silent movies playing in theaters. In the 1920s he became one of the founders of the theater in Hobart, Tasmania. Since the beginning of the theatrical career of Henry took the pseudonym Boris Karloff, fearing that his creative attempts may hinder diplomatic career brothers.
In 1919th he moved to Hollywood and began to appear in the movie. In the same year, he starred in “Ride the Lightning” in a small role. Occasional appearance became his lot almost a decade – Karloff was in demand, often filmed, but it was not a movie star.
Sharp has happened in 44 years. In 1931, screens out the famous movie “Frankenstein” by James Whale. Boris auditioned and got the role in the film Monster. The tape was a hit, and subsequently won a cult status. 44-year-old Boris Karloff not only became famous, but also began to receive invitations to leading roles in horror movies. So, he became a star of genre cinema. Actor Karloff called disastrous and Master of horror, his voice with records, a person faced with posters and newspaper pages. In addition to the image of the Beast, which he created in the films “Frankenstein” cycle Karloff went into film history as the creator of the image of the vibrant Egyptian magic buried alive and the priest Imhotep in the cult tape Karl Freund’s “The Mummy” (1932).
Throughout his acting career, Boris played in almost two hundred films and TV series.
Boris Karloff was married six times. At Grace Harding, Montana Lawren Williams, Helen Vivian Sul, Dorothy Stein, Evelyn Hope Helmor, Olivier de Wilton. His marriage ended in divorce. Boris was only one child in a marriage – from the fourth wife Dorothy Stein had a daughter Sara Karloff.
At the house where he was born, Boris Karloff (presumably a house number 36 Forest Hill Road, East Dulwich, London, biographers are still arguing), the memorable “blue plate” – a special label for the historical significance of buildings in the UK.

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