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Harry Montagu Love was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire on March 15, 1880. His father was an estate agent. He became a newspaper illustrator during the Anglo-Boer War at the turn of the century. By 1911, he was a professional actor. He sailed to America in 1913, supporting the English actor, Cyril Maude, in Grumpy, which had a successful Broadway run followed by a nationwide tour. After returning to New York, he appeared in George Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man and Candida at the Garrick Theatre. One of Love’s first films, Hearts in Exile (1915), starred Clara Kimball Young. Continue reading
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