Herbert Marshall

Actor, Business manager
Urbane mature, British leading man whose good looks and finely modulated voice made him an ideal romantic lead. Marshall starred opposite such stars as Marlene Dietrich, in "Blonde Venus" (1932), and Greta Garbo, in ... Read more »
Born: 05/23/1890 in London, England, GB

Filmography

Actor (53)

The Third Day 1964 (Movie)

Austin Parsons (Actor)

Times Square Playhouse 1963 - 1964 (TV Show)

Actor

The List of Adrian Messenger 1963 (Movie)

Sir Wilfred Lucas (Actor)

Five Weeks in a Balloon 1962 (Movie)

Prime Minister (Actor)

A Fever in the Blood 1960 (Movie)

Governor Thornwall (Actor)

Midnight Lace 1960 (Movie)

Charles Manning (Actor)

Stage Struck 1958 (Movie)

Robert Hedges (Actor)

The Fly 1958 (Movie)

Inspector Charas (Actor)

The Philadelphia Story 1954 - 1955 (TV Show)

Actor

The Virgin Queen 1955 (Movie)

Lord Leicester (Actor)

Gog 1954 (Movie)

Dr Van Ness (Actor)

The Black Shield of Falworth 1954 (Movie)

Earl of Mackworth (Actor)

Angel Face 1953 (Movie)

Mr Tremayne (Actor)

Duel in the Sun 1947 (Movie)

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Forever and a Day 1943 (Movie)

Curate (Actor)

The Little Foxes 1940 (Movie)

Horace Giddens (Actor)

Foreign Correspondent 1939 (Movie)

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Zaza 1938 (Movie)

Dufresne (Actor)

Mad About Music 1937 (Movie)

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A Woman Rebels 1935 (Movie)

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The Dark Angel 1934 (Movie)

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The Good Fairy 1934 (Movie)

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The Painted Veil 1933 (Movie)

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Blonde Venus 1932 (Movie)

Edward Faraday (Actor)

Trouble in Paradise 1931 (Movie)

Herbert Marshall (Actor)

Accent on Youth (Movie)

Steven Gaye (Actor)

Always Goodbye (Movie)

Jim Howard (Actor)

Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble (Movie)

Dr. M.J. Standish (Actor)

Breakfast for Two (Movie)

Jonathan Blair (Actor)

Crack-Up (Movie)

Traybin (Actor)

Dawn (Movie)

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Evenings for Sale (Movie)

Count von Dopenthal (Actor)

Flight for Freedom (Movie)

Paul Turner (Actor)

Four Frightened People (Movie)

Arnold Ainger (Actor)

Girls' Dormitory (Movie)

Dr. Stephen Dominik (Actor)

I Was a Spy (Movie)

Stephan (Actor)

If You Could Only Cook (Movie)

Jim Buchanan (Actor)

Ivy (Movie)

Miles Rushworth (Actor)

Kathleen (Movie)

John Davis (Actor)

Man Against Man (Movie)

Stephen Holland (Actor)

Mr. Music (Movie)

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Outcast Lady (Movie)

Napier Harpenden (Actor)

Rip Tide (Movie)

Lord Philip Rexford (Actor)

The Enchanted Cottage (Movie)

Maj. John Hillgrove (Actor)

The Lady Consents (Movie)

Dr. Michael Talbot (Actor)

The Letter (Movie)

Robert Crosbie (Actor)

The Letter (Movie)

Geoffrey Hammond (Actor)

The Moon and Sixpence (Movie)

Geoffrey Wolfe (Actor)

The Underworld Story (Movie)

Stanton (Actor)

The Unseen (Movie)

Dr. Charles Evans (Actor)

The Weapon (Movie)

Inspector Mackenzie (Actor)

Till We Meet Again (Movie)

Alan Barclay (Actor)

Young Ideas (Movie)

Michael Kingsley (Actor)

Biography

Urbane mature, British leading man whose good looks and finely modulated voice made him an ideal romantic lead. Marshall starred opposite such stars as Marlene Dietrich, in "Blonde Venus" (1932), and Greta Garbo, in "The Painted Veil" (1934), as well as in two Hitchcock films, "Murder" (1930) and "Foreign Correspondent" (1940). He proved an able opponent-husband to Bette Davis in "The Letter" (1940) and "The Little Foxes" (1941), both directed by William Wyler, and displayed a delightful flair for comedy in Ernst Lubitsch's brilliant "Trouble in Paradise" (1932). The son of actors Percy F. Marshall and Ethel May Turner, he was married to actresses Edna Best (1928-1940) and Boots Mallory. Marshall lost a leg during WWI and his wooden replacement limb was known to trouble him considerably through the years.

Relationships

Edna Best Actor

Companion
married 1928, divorced 1940 Second wife

Dee Kahmann

Wife
Married 1960 until his death 1966

Molly Maitland

Wife

Boots Mallory

Wife
Married 1947 until her death Dec. 1, 1958

Percy Marshall

Father

Ann Marshall

Daughter
born in 1942 mother, Lee Russell

Sarah Marshall

Daughter
born in 1933 in London mother, Edna Best

Ethel Turner

Mother

EDUCATION

St Mary's College

Harlow , Essex

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