Daniel Massey Overview:

Actor, Daniel Massey, was born Daniel Raymond Massey on Oct 10, 1933 in London, England. Massey died at the age of 64 on Mar 25, 1998 in London, England .

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Although Massey was nominated for one Oscar, he never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1968Best Supporting ActorStar! (1968)Noel CowardNominated
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Noel Coward: Close personal relationships are bloody difficult, my darling but they do get easier with time. Loneliness gets harder.


Noel Coward: You can't decide what you want until you decide who you are.


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Daniel Massey Facts
Had an uncle, Vincent, who was at one time Governor General of Canada.

Was educated at Eton and Cambridge University, where he first acted in amateur plays and revues. Made his Broadway debut in 1956 and had a long career as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal National Theatre.

Daniel Massey's parents, Raymond Massey and Adrianne Allen, were seeking a divorce and hired longtime friend and international lawyer, William Dwight Whitney, who was divorced from his wife, Dorothy Whitney. In 1939, Dorothy married Raymond, and Adrianne married William Whitney. Both couples lived happily "ever after". Daniel and his sister, Anna Massey, spent most of their childhood time in London with Adrianne and Bill and, during WWII, enjoyed many visits with their uncle, Roger Sherman Baldwin Whitney, M.D.

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