Canadian actors who deceased in 1950

Here are 2 famous actors from Canada died in 1950:

Walter Huston

Walter Huston (April 5, 1883 Toronto-April 7, 1950 Hollywood) also known as Walter Houghston, Walter Houston, Walter Thomas Huston or Walter Thomas Houghston was a Canadian actor, civil engineer and singer. His child is called John Huston.

Walter Huston enjoyed a successful career in Hollywood, appearing in over 70 films during the 1920s to the 1940s. He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the 1948 film "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre". Prior to his acting career, he worked as a civil engineer, and he also had a passion for singing. He performed in several Broadway musicals, including "Knickerbocker Holiday" and "The Cat and the Fiddle". Huston was married twice, and his son John Huston also became a famous Hollywood director.

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Rockliffe Fellowes

Rockliffe Fellowes (March 17, 1883 Ottawa-January 28, 1950 Los Angeles) also known as Rockcliffe Fellows, Rockcliffe Fellowes or Rockliffe Fellows was a Canadian actor.

Fellowes was known for his work in silent films and often played villains or aristocrats. He starred in several notable films such as "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" (1921), "Ben-Hur" (1925), and "The King of Kings" (1927). He transitioned to sound films and continued to work in Hollywood until his death in 1950. Fellowes also had a successful career on stage and appeared in several Broadway productions. Outside of acting, he was an accomplished writer, publishing a book of poems titled "Grim Torch" in 1941.

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