Eric Mayne

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Eric Mayne
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Born(1865-04-28)April 28, 1865
DiedFebruary 10, 1947(1947-02-10) (aged 81)

Eric Mayne (April 28, 1865 – February 10, 1947) was an American actor.

Mayne was born in Dublin and was a star on stage in London in the early 20th century, [1] at the London Lyceum and at Drury Lane. [2]

He appeared in the films The New York Peacock , Wife Number Two , Her Hour , Help! Help! Police! , Marooned Hearts , The Conquering Power , Turn to the Right , The Prisoner of Zenda , Pawned , Dr. Jack , My American Wife , The Christian , Suzanna , Prodigal Daughters , Human Wreckage , Her Reputation , Cameo Kirby , The Drums of Jeopardy , Black Oxen , The Yankee Consul , Gerald Cranston's Lady , Her Night of Romance , The Scarlet Honeymoon , Cyclone Cavalier , East Lynne , Hearts and Spangles , Folly of Youth , Money to Burn , Married Alive , The Canyon of Adventure , Rackety Rax , Night of Terror , The Drunkard and Ticket to Paradise , among others. [1]

Mayne died in his sleep in Hollywood, California, on February 10, 1947. [3]

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  2. "Vogue of costume drama not fading". Los Angeles Times. October 26, 1924. p. 62. Retrieved February 6, 2022 via
  3. "Eric Mayne" . The New York Times. United Press. February 12, 1947. p. 25. Retrieved February 5, 2022.