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John Loder (John Muir Lowe) was born on 3 January, 1898 in London, England, UK, is an actor. At 90 years old, John Loder height is 6 ft 3 in (191.0 cm).

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Popular As John Muir Lowe
Occupation actor
Age 90 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 3 January 1898
Birthday 3 January
Birthplace London, England, UK
Date of death 26 December, 1988
Died Place London, England, UK
Nationality UK

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Who Is John Loder's Wife?

His wife is Alba Julia Lagomarsino (22 September 1958 - 1972) ( divorced) ( 1 child), Evelyn Auff Mordt (23 November 1949 - 1955) ( divorced), Hedy Lamarr (27 May 1943 - 17 July 1947) ( divorced) ( 2 children), Micheline Cheirel (26 June 1936 - 1941) ( divorced) ( 1 child), Sophie Kabel (? - ?) ( divorced) ( 1 child)

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Wife Alba Julia Lagomarsino (22 September 1958 - 1972) ( divorced) ( 1 child), Evelyn Auff Mordt (23 November 1949 - 1955) ( divorced), Hedy Lamarr (27 May 1943 - 17 July 1947) ( divorced) ( 2 children), Micheline Cheirel (26 June 1936 - 1941) ( divorced) ( 1 child), Sophie Kabel (? - ?) ( divorced) ( 1 child)
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John Loder Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is John Loder worth at the age of 90 years old? John Loder’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from UK. We have estimated John Loder's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2019 Under Review
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Educated at Eton and at the Royal Military College. He served with the 15th Hussars as a second lieutenant in Gallipoli.


His general health declined noticeably and in 1982, entered a Kensington nursing home.


Returning to England in later years, Loder penned his autobiography, Hollywood Hussar, in 1977.


His last films included The Story of Esther Costello (1957), Woman and the Hunter (1957), Gideon of Scotland Yard (1958), The Secret Man (1958) and The Firechasers (1971). Loder had quite a lively private life. Divorced five times, two of his wives were actresses -- his second was French star Micheline Cheirel and his third was Hollywood goddess Hedy Lamarr Hedy Lamarr.


He subsequently moved to TV work in the 1950's with guest appearances on several anthology series.


He co-starred in the film noir Dishonored Lady (1947) with Lamarr and second-billed Maniac Mansion: Love: Turner Style (1992).


When WWII hit Britain, Loder returned to America where he fell immediately into secondary patrician, military and assorted stuffed shirt roles in "A" pictures (How Green Was My Valley (1941), One Night in Lisbon (1941), The Murderer Lives at Number 21 (1942), Now, Voyager (1942), Old Acquaintance (1943), Passage to Marseille (1944), Hairy Ape (1944)) and leads in "B" level programmers (The Brighton Strangler (1945), Jealousy (1945), A Game of Death (1945), Woman Who Came Back (1945), The Wife of Monte Cristo (1946)).


As his film career declined in the late 1940's, Loder made his Broadway debut in For Love or Money in 1947, the same year he became an American citizen.


Lee; the historical costumer Katia (1938) opposite Danielle Darrieux in the title role; and a trio of crime dramas -- Anything to Declare? (1938), Murder Will Out (1939) and the title role in Maxwell Archer, Detective (1940).


Back in his homeland, Loder was able to embellish his resumé with more plush, princely leads and co-leads such as in Money for Speed (1933), co-star Ida Lupino's first big film; You Made Me Love You (1933) starring Ida's father Stanley Lupino with ice-cream blonde Thelma Todd as his love interest; the musicals Love, Life & Laughter (1934) and [0025796] both opposite Malena Fierro Mendoza; the heavy drama Helsingin kuuluisin liikemies (1934) in a romantic triangle with Anna May Wong and Elizabeth Allan; the classic romantic adventure Lorna Doone (1934) starring as John Ridd opposite sweet and lovely Danger: The Little Woman (1954); the circus adventure drama This Woman Is Mine (1935); the murder mystery The Silent Passenger (1935); the romantic comedy It Happened in Paris (1935); the sparkling comedy Queen of Hearts (1936) again opposite Malena Fierro Mendoza; in the Boris Karloff mad doctor horror opus The Man Who Lived Again (1936) as the clean-cut hero for damsel Anna Lee; in the classic adventure King Solomon's Mines (1937) and murder mystery Non-Stop New York (1937) both again with Ms.


Loder continued in the same fashion as before with third-wheel roles in such female superstar vehicles as Paramount's first talkie The Doctor's Secret (1929) starring Ruth Chatterton, as well as Her Private Affair (1929) starring Ann Harding and Lilies of the Field (1930) starring Corinne Griffith. While Loder showed much promise, his on-camera persona was a bit too cut and dried for American tastes.

Following secondary roles in The Racketeer (1929), Sweethearts and Wives (1930), Parisian Gaities (1931) and having gained no ground pursuing leading man stardom, he returned to England.


Progressing into featured/co-star parts in such films as Die weiße Spinne (1927) and Die Sünderin (1928) (The Sinner), Loder returned briefly to England in 1927 where he was third-billed as the "veddy English" Lord Harborough in the elegant melodrama The First Born (1928) starring lovely Madeleine Carroll and Miles Mander (who also wrote and directed). Following this the young actor made the transatlantic trip to the United States where talkies had become the new rage.


Loder began to develop an interest in acting at one point and wound up in a few German film dance bits Dance Fever (1925), Madame Doesn't Want Children (1926)).

His first son, theatrical/literary agent Robin William Lowe (1925-2002), was born out of wedlock. He had three children (James, Denise and Anthony) by Lamarr.


A German prisoner of war in 1918, Loder remained in Germany following his release and was assigned military duties on behalf of the Inter-Allied Commission. Loder eventually went into business establishing a pickle factory in Potsdam with a partner.


His father, General Lowe, was the British officer to whom Patrick Pearse, the mystical Catholic zealot and lead rebel of the Irish 1916 Rising in Dublin, surrendered, according to Colm Connolly who wrote a superlative book about Michael Collins.


A tall (6'3"), handsome, debonair, immaculately-groomed British leading man best known for his pipe-smoking chaps, Londoner John Loder (né John Muir Lowe), was born on January 3, 1898, the son of a British general. Attending both the Eton and the Royal Military colleges, he followed his distinguished father into the army and fought at Gallipoli during World War I, where he served until the British withdrew its forces.