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Romney Brent (Romulo Larralde)

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Biography

Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico
The dapper Mexican-born actor Romney Brent, born Romulo Larralde, had a multi-faceted career as a playwright, producer, stage manager/director and drama teacher. The son of a diplomat, he first appeared on stage in a 1922 Theatre Guild production of "He Who Gets Slapped". That same year, he made his bow on Broadway in the comedy "The Lucky One", henceforth establishing himself for the next thirteen years as a solid character player in just about any role of exotic ethnicity, ranging from Ibsen and Gogol, to Shakespeare. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Slim Selwyn

Let George Do It! 1940

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Character: Mr. Alba - Melora's Father

Don't Go Near the Water 1957

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Character: Father Hoppe

The Loretta Young Show 1953

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Character: Sir Frederic

The 20th Century-Fox Hour 1955

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Character: King Phillip III

Adventures of Don Juan 1948

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Character: Count Montressor

Suspense 1949

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