New Zealand actors who deceased at age 70

Here are 1 famous actors from New Zealand died at 70:

Charles Eyton

Charles Eyton (June 24, 1871 New Zealand-July 2, 1941 Hollywood) also known as Charles F. Eyton was a New Zealand actor and film producer.

He began his career in the entertainment industry as an actor, appearing in a number of stage productions in New Zealand and Australia. In 1908, he moved to England and began working for the film production company Gaumont, eventually becoming the company's head of production. During his time at Gaumont, Eyton produced a number of successful films, including Alfred Hitchcock's first feature film, "The Pleasure Garden" in 1925.

In the early 1930s, Eyton moved to Hollywood, where he continued his work as a film producer. He produced a number of popular films for Paramount Pictures, including "The Lives of a Bengal Lancer" (1935) and "The General Died at Dawn" (1936). He also worked with director Cecil B. DeMille on several of his epic films, including "The Plainsman" (1936) and "Union Pacific" (1939).

Eyton was known in Hollywood for his meticulous attention to detail and his skill in managing large productions. He was highly respected within the industry and was known for his ability to produce films that were both commercially successful and critically acclaimed. He continued to work as a producer until his death in 1941.

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