Louis Payne

Highest Rated: 100% Joan of Arc (1948)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
The second husband of stage diva Mrs. Leslie Carter, Louis Payne had himself been on the stage since the age of 16. An infrequent visitor to films in the 1910s (he played the papal nuncio in Mrs. Carter's DuBarry in 1915), Payne was very visible in the 1920s, usually portraying rather pompous characters. Returning to the legitimate stage at the advent of sound, the now veteran actor later functioned as technical advisor on Lady With Red Hair (1940), a screen biography of his late wife starring Miriam Hopkins in the title role and featuring Richard Ainley as Payne. The real Louis Payne remained in Hollywood to play numerous bit roles through at least 1951.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet My Forbidden Past Man 1951
100% Joan of Arc Judge Thibault 1948
No Score Yet Saratoga Trunk Raymond Soule 1946
91% The Woman in the Window Club Member 1944
No Score Yet Look Who's Laughing Butler 1941
No Score Yet Susan and God Dave 1940
No Score Yet Big News Hensel 1929
No Score Yet Evangeline Governor General 1929
No Score Yet The Yankee Clipper Huntington 1927


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