Autobiography "Sparks Fly Upward" by Stewart Granger
3 Print Biographies |
1 Article |
6 Magazine Cover Photos |
6' 1" (1.85 m)
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[on Deborah Kerr
] I made "King Solomon's Mines" and I became popular because Quatermain was a mysterious man with a leopard skin around his hat. It was Africa romantic. Deborah Kerr and I made love up a tree. I said to Deborah -- I had a six month affair with her -- that we should never have come down from that tree.
Took sword fencing very seriously for his dashing roles in The Prisoner of Zenda
(1952) and Scaramouche
(1952). He was so earnest in mastering the skill of fencing that he took lessons from a retired Olympic fencing champion. During his preparation for Scaramouche
(1952), his fencing lessons and practice made him wear out a dozen or so pairs of fencing shoes. He adorned the cover of Life Magazine...
Wavy dark hair (later silver grey)