February 28, 1906|
|Died||October 9, 1955
Los Angeles, California
|Occupation||Stage, film actor|
Hepburn was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was spotted as a stage actor in Los Angeles by the screen director Cecil B. DeMille. He starred in a 1929 production, Painted Faces, an early film with sound. This didn't result in huge success for Hepburn and he returned to the theatre, with a number of appearances on Broadway, until the 1940s when he appeared in a number of films, such as Hi Diddle Diddle (1943), The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1944), and A Song for Miss Julie (1945).
He died in Los Angeles on October 9, 1955.
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