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Actor, Les Tremayne, was born Lester Tremayne on Apr 16, 1913 in London, England. Tremayne died at the age of 90 on Dec 19, 2003 in Santa Monica, CA .



Tremayne was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame .

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Martin Cochrane: The desert's full of things that don't belong. Take the salt here. Used to be an ocean bed. Now that ocean knew that the middle of a desert was a pretty silly place for it to be, so it just dried up and went away.

Mr. Schneider: You know, that fella's got maybe a thousand pictures of you. What's he doing with 'em, papering a wall?

[Seeing Judy and Melvin kissing]
Mr. Schneider: What is it, a timed exposure?

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Les Tremayne Facts
He and his second wife, Alice, hosted a breakfast radio talk-show entitled "The Tremaynes".

Portrayed by actor Michael Brandon in "Me and Orson Welles" (2009).

He became so popular on 1940s radio that one poll cited him as one of the three most famous voices in America, along with Franklin D. Roosevelt and Bing Crosby.

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