Errol Flynn young
June 20, 1909
6 ft 2 in | 188 cm
84 kg | 185 lbs
10 US | 43.5 EU
Errol Flynn was born in Hobart, Australia, on June 20, 1909, was an American actor. Young Errol Flynn made his big screen debut in the Australian film In the Wake of the Bounty (1933) in role as Fletcher Christian. He made his Hollywood debut in the mystery film The Case of the Curious Bride (1935) in role as Gregory Moxley. Errol's breakthrough role came as Peter Blood in swashbuckling pirate film Captain Blood (1935) opposite Olivia de Havilland.
He portrayed Sir Robin of Locksley, a.k.a. Robin Hood in swashbuckler movie The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938).
The Prince and the Pauper (1937) drama fantasy with Claude Rains
Dodge City (1939) western with Olivia de Havilland and Ann Sheridan
The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936) historical adventure with David Niven Vincent Price and Olivia de Havilland
The Sea Hawk (1940) swashbuckling adventure opposite Brenda Marshall and Flora Robson
The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939) historical romantic drama with Bette Davis and Olivia de Havilland
The Perfect Specimen (1937) comedy with Joan Blondell and Edward Everett Horton
The Sisters (1938) drama opposite Bette Davis
Four's a Crowd (1938) romantic comedy opposite Olivia de Havilland and Rosalind Russell
Objective Burma! (1945) war drama with Henry Hull and William Prince
Santa Fe Trail (1940) western opposite Olivia de Havilland and Ronald Reagan
Dive Bomber (1941) war drama with Fred MacMurray and Alexis Smith
Desperate Journey (1942) World War II action opposite Ronald Reagan
Silver River (1948) western opposite Ann Sheridan
Montana (1950) Western with Alexis Smith
Uncertain Glory (1944) war drama opposite Paul Lukas and Lucile Watson
Cry Wolf (1947) mystery with Barbara Stanwyck
Errol was known for his hedonistic lifestyle.
He became a United States citizen in 1942.
He was married three times and had 4 children.
He dated actresses Lupe Vélez, Marlene Dietrich, Shelley Winter, Joan Bennett and Dolores del Río.
Was a friend with Hermann Erben and Raoul Walsh.
Flynn died on October 14, 1959, Vancouver, Canada, at a ge of 50.
I intend to live the first half of my life. I don't care about the rest.
I felt like an impostor, taking all that money for reciting ten or twelve lines of nonsense a day.
I've made six or seven good films - the others, not so good.
It isn't what they say about you, it's what they whisper.
Women won't let me stay single and I won't let me stay married.
The public has always expected me to be a playboy, and a decent chap never lets his public down.
It is a mistake to think you cant be hurt if you don't care.
My dream of happiness: a quiet spot by the Jamaican seashore . . . hearing the wind sob with the beauty and the tragedy of everything. Sitting under an almond tree, with the leaf spread over me like an umbrella.