Romney Brent

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Birthday: Jan 26, 1902
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Well-tailored Mexican actor/producer/playwright Romney Brent appeared in British films from 1936 onward. Usually cast as an indeterminate-origin foreigner, Brent appeared in such major productions as East Meets West (1936), and Under the Red Robe (1937). He both co-starred in and wrote the dialogue for the 1937 Anglo-American espionager Dinner at the Ritz (1937). In Hollywood from 1940, Romney Brent is best known for his portrayal of Spain's King Phillip II in The Adventures of Don Juan (1949) and his recurring appearances on the 1950s TV series Zorro.

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Fugitive Actor 2011
No Score Yet The Sign of Zorro Romney Brent 1960
No Score Yet Ten Little Indians Actor 1959
No Score Yet Screaming Mimi Charlie Wilson 1958
No Score Yet Don't Go Near the Water Mr. Alba 1957
No Score Yet The Virgin Queen French Ambassador 1955
No Score Yet Singoalla Actor 1949
No Score Yet Adventures of Don Juan King Phillip III 1948
No Score Yet Let George Do It! (To Hell with Hitler) Slim 1940
No Score Yet On the Night of the Fire Jimsey Jones 1939
No Score Yet Under the Red Robe Marius 1937
No Score Yet Dinner at the Ritz Jimmy Raine 1937
No Score Yet Head Over Heels Matty 1937
No Score Yet East Meets West Dr. Shagu 1936
No Score Yet Dreaming Lips Peter Lawrence 1932

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Zorro
1957-1961
Padre Felipe
  • 1957

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