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Louis Hayward

Source: nndb.com

Louis Hayward (19 March 1909 – 21 February 1985) was a British actor born in South Africa.

Born 'at Seafield Grant'not as, in Johannesburg, Hayward was a actually a little taller than average in his time, 154 pounds, a trifle over 5'10" with dark brown hair and blue eyes.

His screen work began in British films. His most notable role possibly is Leslie Charteris' The Saint in The Saint in New York. In 1939, he played a dual role in The Man in the Iron Mask.

During World War II, Hayward enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and commanded a photographic unit that filmed the Battle of Tarawa in a documentary titled With the Marines at Tarawa (winner of the 1944 Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject). Hayward was awarded the Bronze Star.

He also played the role of Philip Lombard in the 1945 version of And Then There Were None. In 1954, Hayward starred in the brief but impressive television series The Lone Wolf. His other work on television includes a role as a judge in an episode of the Alfred Hitchcock Hour series entitled "Day of Reckoning" (original air date 22 November 1962).

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