Canadian actors who deceased at age 53

Here are 2 famous actors from Canada died at 53:

Raymond Lovell

Raymond Lovell (April 13, 1900 Montreal-October 1, 1953 London) otherwise known as Raymond Robinson Lovell was a Canadian actor. His child is called Simone Lovell.

Raymond Lovell began his career in Canada and eventually moved to England where he made a name for himself in film and theatre. He appeared in over 50 films including The Saint in London, Anna Karenina, and The Way to the Stars. Lovell also had a successful stage career, notably playing the lead in the original West End production of The Winslow Boy. During World War II, he served with the Royal Air Force and was later awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for his bravery. Despite his success, Lovell struggled with alcoholism and financial troubles throughout his career. He passed away in London in 1953 at the age of 53.

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William Bertram

William Bertram (January 19, 1880 Walkerton, Ontario-May 1, 1933 Los Angeles) also known as William Bertrum, Bill Bertram, Wm. Bertram or Benjamin Switzer was a Canadian film director and actor.

He began his career as a stage actor in Canada before moving to Hollywood in the early 1910s. Bertram appeared in over 150 films, often playing tough guys or villains. He also directed more than 50 films, mostly in the silent era, including the 1919 film "The Phantom Honeymoon" and the 1920 film "The Taming of the Shrew," which starred Mary Pickford. Bertram was known for his innovative camera work and use of special effects. He was also one of the early advocates of synchronized sound in film. In addition to his work in film, Bertram was a renowned collector of rare books and manuscripts. He died in 1933 in Los Angeles at the age of 53.

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