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Carl Brisson

Born 24 December 1893 in Copenhagen, Denmark, as Carl Frederik Ejnar Pedersen.
Died 26 September 1958 in Copenhagen, Denmark, of jaundice.

Married Cleo Willard Brisson, 24 October 1915; son, Frederick Brisson; until Carl’s death, 26 September 1958.

Carl Brisson began in films in 1918, while persuing a career as a professional boxer. Brisson is best remembered for his silent era work with director Alfred Hitchcock in England, appearing as a romantic lead in The Ring (1927) and The Manxman (1929). Brisson worked for Paramount in the USA beginning in 1930. He retired from film work in 1935.

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