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Lumsden Hare Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Apr 27, 1875
  • Died: Aug 28, 1964

Despite his Irish background, no one could play the typical British gentleman, or gentleman's gentleman, better than Lumsden Hare. There was definitely something aristocratic about the erect, dignified 6'1" Hare, who played the Prince Regent in [[Feature~V95763~The House of Rothschild~thehouseofrothschild]] (1934) and the King of Sweden in [[Feature~V86679~Cardinal Richelieu~cardinalrichelieu]] (1935), not to mention countless military officers, doctors, and lawyers. A leading man in his younger days to [[Performer~P4290~Ethel Barrymore~ethelbarrymore]], Maude Adams, [[Performer~P220487~Nance O'Neil~nanceoneil]], and [[Performer~P21642~Maxine Elliott~maxineelliott]], Hare made his screen debut, as F. Lumsden Hare, in 1916 and continued to mix film with Broadway appearances through the 1920s. Relocating to Hollywood after the changeover to sound, Hare became one of the era's busiest, and finest, character actors, appearing in hundreds of film and television roles until his retirement in 1960. ~ Hans J. Wollstein, Rovi