(1899-1962). British-born actor Charles Laughton defied the Hollywood typecasting system to emerge as one of most versatile performers of his generation, playing characters both villainous and virtuous. He won an Academy Award in 1933 for his role in The Private Life of Henry VIII.
Charles Laughton (1 July 1899 – 15 December 1962) was an - , , , and . He was born in , . He is known for playing in and Captain Bligh in . He directed . He won the 1933 Best Actor in a Leading Role for . Laughton was . He was married to actress from 1929 until his death. The couple became American citizens in 1950. They had no children. Laughton died of in , .
Agatha Christie’s short story and play, is set to hit the big screen with attached to direct and star. This marks the second movie adaptation of Christie’s story. The first iteration was made in 1957 and was directed by Billy Wilder and starred Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich, and Charles Laughton.