H.B. Warner height - How tall is H.B. Warner?

H.B. Warner (Henry Byron Charles Stewart Lickfold) was born on 26 October, 1876 in London, England, UK, is an actor. At 82 years old, H.B. Warner height is 6 ft 2 in (188.0 cm).

Now We discover H.B. Warner's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 82 years old?

Popular As Henry Byron Charles Stewart Lickfold
Occupation actor
H.B. Warner Age 82 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 26 October 1876
Birthday 26 October
Birthplace London, England, UK
Date of death 21 December, 1958
Died Place Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA
Nationality UK

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Who Is H.B. Warner's Wife?

His wife is Rita Stanwood (4 May 1915 - 24 April 1934) ( divorced) ( 3 children), Mary Burton Cozzens (Mrs. Fred R. Hamlin) (19 May 1907 - 20 April 1913) ( her death)

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Wife Rita Stanwood (4 May 1915 - 24 April 1934) ( divorced) ( 3 children), Mary Burton Cozzens (Mrs. Fred R. Hamlin) (19 May 1907 - 20 April 1913) ( her death)
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H.B. Warner Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is H.B. Warner worth at the age of 82 years old? H.B. Warner’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from UK. We have estimated H.B. Warner's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2021 Pending
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He last role was an uncredited bit part in Darby's Rangers (1958).


His last credited role was as Amminadab in DeMille's The Ten Commandments (1956), a remake of the earlier silent The Ten Commandments (1923).


Warner appeared in Sunset Boulevard (1950) as himself.


Other than Jesus, the role he is best remembered role for today is in It's a Wonderful Life (1946), in which he played Mr. Gower, the druggist who is saved from committing a lethal medication error by the young George Bailey (the James Stewart character as a child). H. B.


Other major talkies included The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941) and Topper Returns (1941).


Smith Goes to Washington (1939).


He also appeared in You Can't Take It with You (1938), and Mr.


Cast again by Capra, he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in Lost Horizon (1937).


Deeds Goes to Town (1936).


Appeared in nine Oscar Best Picture nominees: Five Star Final (1931), A Tale of Two Cities (1935), Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936), Lost Horizon (1937), You Can't Take It with You (1938), Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939), It's a Wonderful Life (1946), Sunset Boulevard (1950) and The Ten Commandments (1956), and had his scenes deleted from another: Viva Villa! (1934). You Can't Take It with You is the only winner in the category. Five of these were directed by Frank Capra.


Henry Byron Warner was the definitive cinematic Jesus Christ in Cecil B. DeMille's The King of Kings (1927).

Warner as Jesus in The King of Kings (1927) when J. B. died of tuberculosis at age 29. (J. B. was not Henry's brother. J. B. had taken the professional last name "Warner" because Henry's family took him in. )Henry Warner's family wanted him to become a doctor, and he graduated from London University but eventually gave up his medical studies. The theater was in his blood, and he studied acting in Paris and Italy before joining his father's stock company, making his debut in the English production of "Drink. " It was from his father that he honed his craft.

Warner became a leading man and a star in silent pictures, reaching the zenith of his career playing Jesus in DeMille's The King of Kings (1927). His excellent performance was actually enhanced by the silent screen, allowing the audience to imagine how Jesus would sound.

Warner could be extremely moving in silent pictures, notably in the melodrama Sorrell and Son (1927) as a war veteran father who sacrifices all for his son. When talkies arrived, he became a busy supporting player. A favorite of Frank Capra, appeared in Mr.


He moved into motion pictures, making his debut in the Mutual short Harp of Tara (1914).

Also in 1914, he appeared in a film written by Cecil B.

DeMille for Famous Players Lasky, The Ghost Breaker (1914), in which he had played on Broadway the year before.


Warner in his next appearance on Broadway, in the 1906 comedy "Nurse Marjorie.

" He appeared in 13 more Broadway productions in his career, from the twin-bill of "Susan in Search of a Husband" & "A Tenement Tragedy" (also 1906) to "Silence" in 1925.


His first wife, Mary Burton Cozzens of Ohio, was the widow of Chicagoans Samuel C. Cadow (d. 1903) and Fred R. Hamlin (d. 1904). She was the only fatality in a car accident near Seaford, Long Island, in which the car carrying her, her husband, and three other people was sideswiped.


Billed as Harry Warner, he made his Broadway debut in the US colonial drama "Audrey" at Hoyt's Theatre on November 24, 1902, starring James O'Neill, the father of playwright Eugene O'Neill. He was billed as H. B.


Warner made it to the United States in the early 1900s, after touring the British Empire.


He was born into a prominent theatrical family on October 26, 1875 in London. His father was Charles Warner, and his grandfather was James Warner, both prominent English actors. He replaced J. B.