Dennis Hoey Net Worth

Dennis Hoey was born on March 30, 1893 in  London, England, United Kingdom, is Actor. Dennis Hoey was born on March 30, 1893 in London, England as Samuel David Hyams. He was an actor, known for Sherlock Holmes Faces Death (1943), Terror by Night (1946) and The Spider Woman (1943). He was married to Josephine Marta Ricca and Sarah Pearl-Cissie Lyons. He died on July 25, 1960 in Palm Beach, Florida, USA.
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Who is it? Actor
Birth Day March 30, 1893
Birth Place  London, England, United Kingdom
Died On 25 July 1960(1960-07-25) (aged 67)\nPalm Beach, Florida, US
Birth Sign Aries
Cause of death Kidney disease
Resting place Myrtle Hill Memorial Park, Tampa, Florida
Occupation Actor
Years active 1924–52
Spouse(s) Josephine Hoey (1933–46) (divorced) 1 son

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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He served in the British Army during World War I. After a career as a singer, which included entertaining British troops during his war Service, Hoey moved to acting on the stage in 1918 and later to films. In 1931, he moved to the United States and began appearing in Hollywood films.


Hoey's Broadway credits include Hassan (1924), Katja (1926–1927), Green Waters (1936), Virginia (1937), Empress of Destiny (1938), The Circle (1938), Lorelei (1938), The Burning Deck (1940), Heart of a City (1942), The Haven (1946), and Getting Married (1951).


Issue No. 45 of "Films of the Golden Age" magazine features an interview with Hoey's son Michael A. Hoey (1934–2014), who extensively discusses Dennis Hoey's early life, career, marriages and death. In his book, "Elvis, Sherlock and Me: How I Survived Growing Up in Hollywood" (Bear Manor Media-2007) he discusses his father's career and their sometimes turbulent relationship.


Hoey "appeared frequently in London" stage productions, including those of Sydney Carroll's Shakespearean repertory company. He played Mr. Rochester opposite Katharine Hepburn in the American production of Helen Jerome's stage adaptation of Jane Eyre. He also wrote a play called The Haven and toured in it in 1946 with Melville Cooper, Valerie Cossart and Viola Roache.