- 1 July 1899
- Victoria Hotel, Scarborough, Yorkshire, England, UK
Charles Laughton was born in Scarborough, North Riding of Yorkshire, England, to Eliza (Conlon) and Robert Laughton, hotel keepers of Irish and English descent. He was educated at Stonyhurst, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (received gold medal). His first appearance on stage was in 1926. Laughton formed own film company, Mayflower Pictures Corp., with Erich Pommer, in 1937. He became and American citizen 1950. A consummate artist, Laughton achieved great success on stage and film, with many staged readings (particularly of George Bernard Shaw) to his credit. Laughton died in Hollywood, California.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Ερρίκος ο Η’ – The Private Life of Henry VIII. (1933)||January 1, 1970|
|Σπάρτακος – Spartacus (1960)||September 15, 1961|
|Μάρτυς κατηγορίας – Witness for the Prosecution (1957)||February 6, 1958|
|Ναυτική ανταρσία – Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)||March 6, 1936|