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Victor Mclaglen, British actor. award for role in The Informer, 1936. Served as provost marshal of Bagdad, Iraq, 1914-1918.; Mason (32°).

Background

Mclaglen, Victor was born in 1886 in Tumbridge Wells. England. Son of Review Andrew and Lillian (Burke) Mclaglen.

Education

Began as motion picture actor in England. 1920; came to Hollywood, 1924. Played Captain Flagg in What Price Glory and Cockeyed World.

Has appeared in over 1935 pictures, including Sea Devils. Wee Willie Winkie, Battle of Broadway, Gunga Din, Laughing at Life, China Girl, Roger Touhy, Last of the Gangsters, Tampico. Won Academy award for role in The Informer, 1936.

Latest pictures: Fort Apache, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon. Owns 1,000-acre ranch. Clovis, California.

Career

Played Captain Flagg in What Price Glory and Cockeyed World.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Express to Hollywood (autobiography), 1934.

Membership

Served as provost marshal of Bagdad, Iraq, 1914-1918.; Mason (32°).

Connections

Married Enid Mary Lamont, 1919 (died 1942).; married second, Suzanna Maria Brueggemann, November 20, 1943 (divorced 1948). Children: Andrew Victor, Sheila Mary.

father:
Review Andrew Mclaglen

mother:
Lillian (Burke) Mclaglen

spouses:
Enid Mary Lamont

Suzanna Maria Brueggemann

children:
Andrew Victor Mclaglen

Sheila Mary Mclaglen