13 April 1900
|Died||1 October 1953 53) (aged|
(m. 1947;div. 1951)
Raymond Lovell (13 April 1900 – 1 October 1953) was a Canadian-born actor who performed in British films. He mainly played supporting roles, often somewhat pompous characters. 
Lovell initially trained as a physician at Cambridge University, but gave up medicine for the stage in the 1920s.  On stage he appeared as Henry VIII in The Queen Who Kept Her Head . In 1941 he starred in Vernon Sylvaine's Warn That Man! , then reprised his role for the 1943 film adaptation.
Lovell married Margot Ruddock, an actress, singer and poet, with whom he had a daughter, Simone Lovell. This relationship broke down when Ruddock began an affair with W. B. Yeats in 1934, the year her daughter was born. In 1947 he married Tamara Desni; they divorced in 1951.
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