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|from The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937)|
|Birthday/Birthplace||(1906-10-14)14 October 1906
London, England, UK
|Deceased||1 November 1967(1967-11-01)
Egerton, Lancashire, England
|Cause of death||Bone cancer|
|Resting place||Lathrop Hill Cemetery, Bolton, England|
Benita Hume’s Biography
Born in London, England, her brother was the screenwriter Cyril Hume.
As a stage actress, Benita Hume once acted on the Broadway circuit, in New York, in 1930, in the play Symphony in Two Flats, a piece performed by Ivor Novello and directed by Raymond Massey.
For the big screen he acted in a total of 44 British and American productions, the first one in 1925 and the last one in 1938, the year in which he finally finished his film career.
Later he worked in some radio productions and, in 1953 and 1955, in two television series.
She contracted a first marriage in 1926 with Eric Otto Siepmann, from whom she divorced in 1931. She was later married to actor Ronald Colman from 1938-1958, the year in which he died. The couple had a daughter, Juliet. Hume worked with Colman on the two versions of the sitcom The Halls of Ivy, the one broadcast on NBC Radio (1949-1952) and the one on CBS Television (1954-1955). In addition, both made occasional performances as guest artists on The Jack Benny Show on the radio. In 1959 Hume married the actor George Sanders, staying together until her death.
Benita Hume died in 1967 in Egerton, Greater Manchester (England), because of primary bone cancer. He was 61 years old. She was buried in the Lathrop Hill Cemetery in Bolton.
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