default_profile

Connections

Zoltan Korda
(Movies & TV)
Alexander Korda
(Movies & TV)
Mary Clare
(Movies & TV)
Francis L. Sullivan
(Movies & TV)
Thomas Culpeper
(Business)
Elsa Lanchester
(Movies & TV)
 

See also

Robert Donat

Knowledge Identifier: +Robert_Donat

add

Robert Donat

English film and stage actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1905.

Countries: United Kingdom (67%), United States (20%), Sweden (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Zoltan Korda, Alexander Korda, Mary Clare

Linked to: John Rylands University Library, University of Manchester Library

 

Timeline


 

This timeline needs to be reviewed and corrected, as it has been automatically generated from multiple web sources.
Please help improve it by adding dated informations, images and videos about Robert Donat.


Robert Donat was born in 1905 add something


1933

Wendy Barrie - Barrie went on to make a number of motion pictures for London Films under the Korda brothers, Alexander and Zoltan, the best known of which is 1933's "The Private Life of Henry VIII", which starred Charles Laughton, Robert Donat, Merle Oberon, and Elsa Lanchester

 

Thomas Culpeper - In the 1933 film "The Private Life of Henry VIII", Culpeper was played by Robert Donat, and in the BBC series "The Six Wives of Henry VIII", he was played by Ralph Bates


1934

Frederick Piper - He appeared as an extra in Hitchcock's 1934 film "The Man Who Knew Too Much" , and the following year was cast again by Hitchcock in the role of the milkman in the famous scene with Robert Donat in "The 39 Steps"

 

Captain Blood (1935 film) - The lead role was originally offered to Robert Donat, who had starred in the successful 1934 film "The Count of Monte Cristo"


1938

Francis L. Sullivan - In 1938, he was featured in "The Citadel", starring Robert Donat, and a decade later, he played the role of Pierre Cauchon in the technicolor version of "Joan of Arc", starring Ingrid Bergman

 

Mary Clare - In 1938, she was featured opposite Robert Donat and Rosalind Russell in "The Citadel"


1942

William Pitt the Younger - Robert Donat portrays Pitt in the 1942 biopic "The Young Mr Pitt", which chronicles the historical events of Pitt's life


1948

Noel Howlett - He appeared as Mr Williams in the 1948 film "The Winslow Boy", starring Robert Donat


Robert Donat died in 1958 add something

 

He died on 9 June 1958 aged 53 in London add something


1980

In a 1980 interview with Barry Norman, his first wife Ella Annesley Voysey , said that Donat's asthma was a psychosomatic response to the birth of their daughter add something