Ray Milland, nom d'artiste de Reginald Truscott-Jones, est un acteur, réalisateur et producteur britannique, né le 3 janvier 1907 à Neath (Royaume-Uni), et mort le 10 mars 1986 à Torrance . Il est le premier acteur à recevoir, au premier festival de Cannes ( 1946 ), le premier prix d'interprétation masculine pour son rôle de l'écrivain alcoolique Don Birnam dans le film Le Poison de ...
Ray Milland, Actor: The Lost Weekend. Ray Milland became one of Paramount's most bankable and durable stars, under contract from 1934 to 1948, yet little in his early life suggested a career as a motion picture actor.
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Ray Milland became one of Paramount's most bankable and durable stars, under contract from 1934 to 1948, yet little in his early life suggested a career as a motion picture actor. Milland was born Alfred Reginald Jones in the Welsh town of Neath, Glamorgan, to Elizabeth Annie (Truscott) and Alfred Jones. He spent his youth in the pursuit of sports.
This is a filmography of Welsh actor Ray Milland, containing his work in theatrically released motion pictures as well as his extensive television credits.. Milland began his film career in United Kingdom in 1929 after serving three years as a guardsman in the Royal Household Cavalry, based in Lo
X: The Man with the X-ray Eyes is a 1963 American science fiction horror film, produced and directed by Roger Corman, from a script by Ray Russell and Robert Dillon. The film stars Ray Milland as a scientist who develops a method to extend the range of his vision, which results in unexpected complications.
Hitchcock, Grace Kelly, Ray Milland, Bob Cummings, and the entire cast of Dial M for Murder were just excellent. I have seen this movie so many times that I can practically say the sentence right along with the actor. But, good acting and a good plot never grow old.