Stewart Granger

Born May 6, 1913

Stewart Granger was an English-American film actor, mainly associated with heroic and romantic leading roles. He was a popular leading man from the 1940s to the early 1960s rising to fame through his appearances in the Gainsborough melodramas.

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1913 Birth Born on May 6, 1913.


1933 20 Years Old In 1933, he made his film debut as an extra.
1942 29 Years Old …  But Granger suffered from stomach ulcers - he was invalided out of the army in 1942. … Read More


In 1949 Granger was reported as earning around £30,000 a year. … Read More
1950 37 Years Old On the basis of the huge success of this film, released in 1950, he was offered a seven-year contract by MGM.
1952 39 Years Old Following two less successful assignments, Soldiers Three and The Light Touch, in 1952, he starred in Scaramouche in the role of Andre Moreau, the bastard son of a French nobleman, a part Ramón Novarro had played in the 1923 version of Rafael Sabatini's novel. … Read More


1956 43 Years Old In 1956, Granger became a naturalised citizen of the United States. … Read More


1979 66 Years Old It was at this time he met Michael Wilding and they remained friends until Wilding's death in 1979.
1989 76 Years Old One of his last roles was in the 1989-90 Broadway production of The Circle by W. … Read More
1993 80 Years Old Died on August 16, 1993.
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