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British actor, real name Tuscott Reginal Alfred Jones, born on January 3, 1907 in Neath (Wales).
He was a versatile actor who starred in both comedies and dramas sophisticated, adventure films, thrillers or horror films and science fiction.
Ray Milland rose to prominence in romantic roles, appearing in titles like “Three Smart Girls” (1936) by Henry Koster, “The Ebb-Tide” (1937), adapted from the novel “Bajamar” by Robert Louis Stevenson who co-starred with Frances Farmer, “Alondra Sky” (1941) by Mark Sandrich, “a Lucky Girl” (1937) directed by Mitchell Leisen and co-starring Jean Arthur, and “the major and the Minor” (1942) the great Billy Wilder and female participation of Ginger Rogers.
After “Beau Geste” (1939), desert adventures with Gary Cooper, “Pirates of the Caribbean Sea” (1942), “The Intruder” (1944) or “The Scoundrel” (1945), a film with co- role of Paulette Goddard in Paramount, his great skills as a performer were rewarded in a new encounter with Wilder starring an unrepentant alcoholic masterful “Lost Weekend” (1945), with exemplary performance that earned him the Academy Award . His co-star in this last film was Jane Wyman.
Paradoxically, this victory marked the decline despite starring Milland good films as “The Clock Murderer” (1948), John Farrow black film with Charles Laughton and Maureen O’Sullivan, “It Happens Every Spring” (1949), ” Perfect crime “(1954), Alfred Hitchcock suspense master in which he played the husband of Grace Kelly,” the River’s Edge “(1957) or” the Man with X-ray eyes “(1963), film of science fiction directed by the great guru of the B series, Roger Corman, whom he had met a year earlier with a significant adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe, “Obsession” (1962).
In 1947 he played a British spy in Germany co-starring Marlene Dietrich “In Stripes Hand”, directed by Mitchell Ray Milland Leisen.crimen perfect grace kelly
He also tried his luck as a director in five films: “A Man Alone” (1955), “Lisbon” (1956), “Thief Hands Of Silk” (1958), “Infinite Panic” (1962) and “Hostile Witness” (1968 ).
The latter titles, played by himself, did not get too commercial impact.
Ray Milland died of lung cancer on March 10, 1986. He was 79 and left widow to his wife, Malvina Webber, whom he married in 1932 and with whom he had two sons, Daniel and Victoria, the latter adopted .

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