Saturday, July 3, 2010
Little Known Actors - James Rennie
James Rennie (1890 - 1965) was a Canadian film actor who began his career in silent films. When the 1930s began he began to adapt to speaking roles; there were only two movies he was remembered for and they were the 1931 film Illict with Barbara Stanwyck and a small role in the 1942 tear-jerker Now, Voyager opposite Bette Davis. From 1920 to 1935 Rennie was married to silent film actress Dorothy Gish; their marriage ended in divorce. He made his last screen apperance in 1945 in a B-movie and never acted again. He died in 1965.