Michael Hogan was a British screenwriter. Hogan had previously been a notable film actor, appearing in lead roles in a number of silent and early sound films. Hogan worked as a writer in both Britain and Hollywood.
|Born:||September 17, 1893, London, United Kingdom|
|Died:||January 01, 1977, London, United Kingdom|
|Other names:||Michael John Hogan|
|Occupation:||Film actor, Screenwriter|
|IMDb:||Michael Hogan (screenwriter)'s IMDb|
About Michael Hogan
Known for his work on the screenplays of such 1930s and '40s films as A Yank at Oxford and Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca, this screenwriter also pursued a career as an actor, appearing in such 1930s films as Dance Pretty Lady and The Flag Lieutenant.
Michael Hogan Before Fame
Early in his career, he played the role of Lieutenant Donop in the 1928 British silent film Bolibar.
Achievement of Michael Hogan
His final acting role was in a 1936 thriller titled The Last Journey.
Michael Hogan Family Life
He was born and raised in London, England, and he died in his hometown at the age of eighty-three.
Associations of Michael Hogan
He co-wrote the screenplay for Fortunes of Captain Blood, a 1950 pirate movie starring Louis Hayward.
Information related to Michael Hogan (screenwriter)
- British male screenwriters
- British expatriates in the United States
- 20th-century British male actors
- British male film actors