Irish actors died in 1964

Here are 3 famous actors from Republic of Ireland died in 1964:

Lumsden Hare

Lumsden Hare (October 17, 1874 Tipperary-August 28, 1964 Beverly Hills) also known as Francis Lumsden Hare or F. Lumsden Hare was an Irish actor, theatre director and theatrical producer. His child is called Nora Hare.

Lumsden Hare had a long and successful career on stage, appearing in numerous productions in both Great Britain and the United States. He made his Broadway debut in 1900 and went on to perform in over 50 productions throughout his career. He was also a regular player in silent films, making his first appearance in 1916. Over the course of his film career, he appeared in over 120 movies, often playing dignified and authoritative characters. Some of his notable film appearances include roles in "The Razor's Edge" (1946), "The Picture of Dorian Gray" (1945) and "The Ghost of Frankenstein" (1942). In addition to his acting work, Lumsden Hare was also a successful theatre director and theatrical producer. He passed away in 1964 at the age of 89, leaving behind a legacy as one of the most respected actors of his time.

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J. M. Kerrigan

J. M. Kerrigan (December 16, 1884 Dublin-April 29, 1964 Hollywood) also known as Joseph Michael Kerrigan, Joseph M. Kerrigan or J.M. Kerrigan was an Irish film director, actor and journalist.

Kerrigan began his career as a stage actor. He appeared in over 30 stage productions in Dublin before moving to the United States in 1916. In Hollywood, Kerrigan appeared in more than 140 films during his career, including classics such as "Gone with the Wind" and "The Maltese Falcon." He also directed several films, including "I'll Give a Million" in 1938. Kerrigan was known for playing character roles, often portraying Irish immigrants or law enforcement officers. In addition to his film work, Kerrigan was an accomplished journalist and wrote for several publications, including The Irish World and The New York Evening World.

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Charles Doran

Charles Doran (January 1, 1877 Cork-April 5, 1964 Folkestone) was an Irish actor and voice actor.

Throughout his career, Doran appeared in over 50 films, television shows, and stage productions, including notable roles in "The Fighting O'Flynn" (1949) and "The Quiet Man" (1952). He was also a prominent voice actor, lending his voice to numerous animated films and radio dramas, most notably as the voice of "Paddy MacPhineas" in the radio drama "Straight Arrow" (1948-1951). Doran was known for his versatility and ability to portray a wide range of characters, from comedic to dramatic roles. In addition to his acting career, he was a skilled musician and played the saxophone and clarinet in various jazz bands. Doran passed away at the age of 87 in Folkestone, England.

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