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Errol Flynn, American actor. He was born in Hobart, Tasmania. He studied at several prestigious schools in Australia and England, and from the majority was expelled. With 15 years he worked as a clerk in a shipping company, the ship’s cook, a diver – Pearl Fishers, served in the police, and was succeeded by a number of other professions. Then he tried his luck as a prospector, but to no avail. Becoming a tobacco plantation manager in New Guinea, he also took up journalism, but again failed to sit for a long time in one place.
In 1933 in Australia, he played the role of Fletcher Christian in the semi-documentary film “By ‘Bounty’» (In the Wake of the Bounty), and then went to London and entered the theater troupe.
Plucking stage experience, he starred in the low-budget film “Murder in Monte Carlo» (Murder at Monte Carlo, 1935). He was offered a contract in Hollywood and in the same year he became a movie star, replacing the last-minute Robert Donat in the title role in the film “Captain Blood» (Captain Blood).
A tall, athletically built, handsome, it is ideal for the adventure genre and been irresistible in romantic roles. In a series of paintings he had a few years of playing, in fact, one and the same way, changing only the historical periods: “Charge of the Light Brigade» (The Charge of the Light Brigade, 1936), “The Prince and the Pauper» (The Prince and the Pauper , 1937), “The Adventures of Robin Hood» (The Adventures of Robin Hood, 1938), “The Private lives of Elizabeth and Essex» (The Private lives of Elizabeth and Essex / Elizabeth The Queen, 1939), “Sea Hawk» (The Sea Hawk , 1940) and others.
Unlike most stars, Flynn went to the army. According to some sources, the doctors found him unfit for service due to chronic malaria, congenital heart defect, and the early stages of tuberculosis; on the other, he simply dodged the draft. Anyway, not all the spectators were able to take it to the heroic image in such films as “Desperate journey» (Desperate Journey, 1942) or “The goal – Burma» (Objective Burma !, 1946).
In 1952 he went to Europe, where he starred in a number of paintings, had no success:. “The Master of Ballantrae» (The Master of Ballantrae; England, 1953), etc. He returned to Hollywood in 1956 and received rave critical reviews for his portrayal of the alcoholic the film “The sun Also rises» (The sun Also rises, 1957, based on the novel by Ernest Hemingway).
Flynn died of a heart attack in Vancouver (Canada).