Winter Amos Hall
21 June 1872
Christchurch, New Zealand
|Died||10 February 1947 74) (aged|
Winter Hall (21 June 1872 – 10 February 1947) was a New Zealand actor of the silent era who later appeared in sound films. He performed in 127 films between 1916 and 1938. Prior to that, he had a career as a stage actor in Australia and the United States. In sound films, he was frequently typecast as a clergyman.
Hall was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, and died in Los Angeles, California. Hall was married to fellow-New Zealander, Katherine Young, a concert pianist. Their Australian-born son, Desmond Winter Hall, was a science fiction writer, magazine editor, and the author of I Give You Oscar Wilde (1965), a novel about the nineteenth century dramatist and wit.
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