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JEFFREY LYNN (fue un actor de cine y teatro estadounidense)

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JEFFREY LYNN (nacido Ragnar Godfrey Lind ; 16 de febrero de 1909-24 de noviembre de 1995) fue un actor de cine y teatro estadounidense que trabajó principalmente durante la Edad de Oro de Hollywood y se estableció como uno de los principales talentos de su tiempo.

Biografía y carrera
Nacido y criado en Massachusetts, asistió a Bates College, antes de trabajar como profesor. Fue elegido para actuar en su primera película en 1938, lo que lo convenció de mudarse a Hollywood, California. Su segunda película, Four Daughters (1938), lo impulsó a la fama nacional con dos secuelas: Four Wives (1939) y Four Mothers (1941), con Lynn repitiendo su papel en cada una de ellas, junto con Daughters Courageous (1939), que incluía el mismo elenco pero tenía una historia diferente.

Estuvo en el centro de la controversia de proyección de Lo que el viento se llevó (1939); fue conocido como el principal contendiente para interpretar a Ashley Wilkes sin embargo, el director finalmente eligió a Leslie Howard en su lugar. A Lynn se le pidió que se uniera a James Cagney y Humphrey Bogart en The Roaring Twenties (1939), un gángster noir que le valió elogios de la crítica. Su éxito continuó con películas como The Fighting 69th (1940) en la que interpretó a la poeta-soldado Joyce Kilmer junto a Cagney, It All Came True (1940), All This, and Heaven Too (1940) y Million Dollar Baby (1941).

Su carrera cinematográfica quedó en suspenso para el draft de la Segunda Guerra Mundial , donde recibió una Estrella de Bronce por su servicio en Italia y Austria como capitán de inteligencia de combate. Regresó a la pantalla en 1948 y participó en la notablemente exitosa A Letter to Three Wives (1949), que pasó a ser nominada a mejor película en los Premios de la Academia de 1950 en horario de máxima audiencia . Un año más tarde se unió al elenco de Home Town Story (1951) junto a Marilyn Monroe . Sus créditos posteriores en la carrera cinematográfica incluyen: BUtterfield 8 (1960) junto con Elizabeth Taylor y Laurence Harvey.y Tony Rome (1967) con Frank Sinatra.

Lynn también comenzó a actuar en Broadway y apareció en obras como Any Wednesday (1966) y Dinner at Eight (1967). Más adelante en su carrera encontró un éxito de crítica mixto en la televisión protagonizando programas de éxito como Robert Montgomery Presents, Your Show of Shows , My Son Jeep (con el joven Martin Huston ) y Lux Video Theatre.

Muerte
Murió en noviembre de 1995 en Burbank, California por causas naturales y fue enterrado en Forest Lawn Memorial Park en Hollywood Hills.

Biography

JEFFREY LYNN (born Ragnar Godfrey Lind; February 16, 1909 – November 24, 1995) was an American film and stage actor who worked primarily during Hollywood’s Golden Age and established himself as one of the leading talents of his time.

Biography and career
Born and raised in Massachusetts, he attended Bates College, before working as a teacher. He was cast in his first movie in 1938, which convinced him to move to Hollywood, California. His second film, Four Daughters (1938), propelled him to national fame with two sequels: Four Wives (1939) and Four Mothers (1941), with Lynn reprising her role in each of them, along with Daughters Courageous (1939). , which included the same cast but had a different story.

He was at the center of the projection controversy of Gone with the Wind (1939); was known as the main contender to play Ashley Wilkes however the director ultimately cast Leslie Howard instead. Lynn was asked to join James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart in The Roaring Twenties (1939), a gangster noir that earned him critical acclaim. Her success continued with such films as The Fighting 69th (1940) in which she played poet-soldier Joyce Kilmer alongside Cagney, It All Came True (1940), All This, and Heaven Too (1940) and Million Dollar Baby (1941).

His film career was put on hold for the World War II draft, where he received a Bronze Star for his service in Italy and Austria as a combat intelligence captain. She returned to the screen in 1948 and was featured in the remarkably successful A Letter to Three Wives (1949), which went on to be nominated for best picture at the 1950 Academy Awards in prime time. A year later he joined the cast of Home Town Story (1951) alongside Marilyn Monroe. His later film career credits include: BUtterfield 8 (1960) along with Elizabeth Taylor and Laurence Harvey. And Tony Rome (1967) with Frank Sinatra.

Lynn also began acting on Broadway and appeared in such plays as Any Wednesday (1966) and Dinner at Eight (1967). Later in his career he found mixed critical success on television starring in hit shows like Robert Montgomery Presents, Your Show of Shows, My Son Jeep (with young Martin Huston), and Lux Video Theater.

Death
He died in November 1995 in Burbank, California of natural causes and was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in the Hollywood Hills.

Filmography
1938 when you were born
1938 Brooklyn Cowboy
1938 Four daughters
1939 Yes, my dear daughter
1939 Brave Daughters
1939 Spy Agent
1939 The Roaring Twenties
1939 A child is born
1939 Four wives
1940 The Fight 69
1940 It all came true
1940 All this and the sky too
1940 my love returned
1940 Money and Women
1940 Where the stars begin
1941 Four mothers
1941 Flight from destination
1941 Million Dollar Baby
1941 Underground
1941 Act of the Tropics
1941 The body disappears
1948 Black Bart
1948 For the love of Mary
1948 Whiplash
1949 A letter to three wives
1949 Strange Deal
1950 Captain China
1951 to the front
1951 Hometown History
1953 Checkmate
1953 Main Street to Broadway
1954 Door to Suspicion
1957 Lost Lagoon
1960 BUtterfield 8
1961 The spiral staircase
1967 Tony Rome.

Créditos: Tomado de Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeffrey_Lynn

⭐ Nació: 16/02/1909 ⚰ Murió: 24/11/1995

JEFFREY LYNN (nacido Ragnar Godfrey Lind ; 16 de febrero de 1909-24 de noviembre de 1995) fue un actor de cine y teatro estadounidense que trabajó principalmente durante la Edad de Oro de Hollywood y se estableció como uno de los principales talentos de su tiempo.

Biografía y carrera
Nacido y criado en Massachusetts, asistió a Bates College, antes de trabajar como profesor. Fue elegido para actuar en su primera película en 1938, lo que lo convenció de mudarse a Hollywood, California. Su segunda película, Four Daughters (1938), lo impulsó a la fama nacional con dos secuelas: Four Wives (1939) y Four Mothers (1941), con Lynn repitiendo su papel en cada una de ellas, junto con Daughters Courageous (1939), que incluía el mismo elenco pero tenía una historia diferente.

Estuvo en el centro de la controversia de proyección de Lo que el viento se llevó (1939); fue conocido como el principal contendiente para interpretar a Ashley Wilkes sin embargo, el director finalmente eligió a Leslie Howard en su lugar. A Lynn se le pidió que se uniera a James Cagney y Humphrey Bogart en The Roaring Twenties (1939), un gángster noir que le valió elogios de la crítica. Su éxito continuó con películas como The Fighting 69th (1940) en la que interpretó a la poeta-soldado Joyce Kilmer junto a Cagney, It All Came True (1940), All This, and Heaven Too (1940) y Million Dollar Baby (1941).

Su carrera cinematográfica quedó en suspenso para el draft de la Segunda Guerra Mundial , donde recibió una Estrella de Bronce por su servicio en Italia y Austria como capitán de inteligencia de combate. Regresó a la pantalla en 1948 y participó en la notablemente exitosa A Letter to Three Wives (1949), que pasó a ser nominada a mejor película en los Premios de la Academia de 1950 en horario de máxima audiencia . Un año más tarde se unió al elenco de Home Town Story (1951) junto a Marilyn Monroe . Sus créditos posteriores en la carrera cinematográfica incluyen: BUtterfield 8 (1960) junto con Elizabeth Taylor y Laurence Harvey.y Tony Rome (1967) con Frank Sinatra.

Lynn también comenzó a actuar en Broadway y apareció en obras como Any Wednesday (1966) y Dinner at Eight (1967). Más adelante en su carrera encontró un éxito de crítica mixto en la televisión protagonizando programas de éxito como Robert Montgomery Presents, Your Show of Shows , My Son Jeep (con el joven Martin Huston ) y Lux Video Theatre.

Muerte
Murió en noviembre de 1995 en Burbank, California por causas naturales y fue enterrado en Forest Lawn Memorial Park en Hollywood Hills.

JEFFREY LYNN (born Ragnar Godfrey Lind; February 16, 1909 – November 24, 1995) was an American film and stage actor who worked primarily during Hollywood’s Golden Age and established himself as one of the leading talents of his time.

Biography and career
Born and raised in Massachusetts, he attended Bates College, before working as a teacher. He was cast in his first movie in 1938, which convinced him to move to Hollywood, California. His second film, Four Daughters (1938), propelled him to national fame with two sequels: Four Wives (1939) and Four Mothers (1941), with Lynn reprising her role in each of them, along with Daughters Courageous (1939). , which included the same cast but had a different story.

He was at the center of the projection controversy of Gone with the Wind (1939); was known as the main contender to play Ashley Wilkes however the director ultimately cast Leslie Howard instead. Lynn was asked to join James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart in The Roaring Twenties (1939), a gangster noir that earned him critical acclaim. Her success continued with such films as The Fighting 69th (1940) in which she played poet-soldier Joyce Kilmer alongside Cagney, It All Came True (1940), All This, and Heaven Too (1940) and Million Dollar Baby (1941).

His film career was put on hold for the World War II draft, where he received a Bronze Star for his service in Italy and Austria as a combat intelligence captain. She returned to the screen in 1948 and was featured in the remarkably successful A Letter to Three Wives (1949), which went on to be nominated for best picture at the 1950 Academy Awards in prime time. A year later he joined the cast of Home Town Story (1951) alongside Marilyn Monroe. His later film career credits include: BUtterfield 8 (1960) along with Elizabeth Taylor and Laurence Harvey. And Tony Rome (1967) with Frank Sinatra.

Lynn also began acting on Broadway and appeared in such plays as Any Wednesday (1966) and Dinner at Eight (1967). Later in his career he found mixed critical success on television starring in hit shows like Robert Montgomery Presents, Your Show of Shows, My Son Jeep (with young Martin Huston), and Lux Video Theater.

Death
He died in November 1995 in Burbank, California of natural causes and was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in the Hollywood Hills.

Filmography
1938 when you were born
1938 Brooklyn Cowboy
1938 Four daughters
1939 Yes, my dear daughter
1939 Brave Daughters
1939 Spy Agent
1939 The Roaring Twenties
1939 A child is born
1939 Four wives
1940 The Fight 69
1940 It all came true
1940 All this and the sky too
1940 my love returned
1940 Money and Women
1940 Where the stars begin
1941 Four mothers
1941 Flight from destination
1941 Million Dollar Baby
1941 Underground
1941 Act of the Tropics
1941 The body disappears
1948 Black Bart
1948 For the love of Mary
1948 Whiplash
1949 A letter to three wives
1949 Strange Deal
1950 Captain China
1951 to the front
1951 Hometown History
1953 Checkmate
1953 Main Street to Broadway
1954 Door to Suspicion
1957 Lost Lagoon
1960 BUtterfield 8
1961 The spiral staircase
1967 Tony Rome.

Créditos: Tomado de Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeffrey_Lynn

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