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Herbert Standing

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Herbert Standing
Herbert Standing, silent film actor (SAYRE 9689).jpg
Standing in 1914
Born(1846-11-13)13 November 1846
Peckham, London, England
Died5 December 1923(1923-12-05) (aged 77)
Years active1867–1923
Spouse(s)Emilie Browne
RelativesJoan Standing (granddaughter)
Kay Hammond (granddaughter)
Jack Standing (great-grandson)

Herbert Standing (13 November 1846 – 5 December 1923) was a British stage and screen actor and the patriarch of the Standing family of actors. He was the father of numerous children, many who had careers in theatre and cinema. Toward the end of his life, he appeared in many Hollywood silent films.

Standing began in theatre in 1867, and turned to films in 1913.[1]

Standing's children include Sir Guy Standing, Wyndham Standing, Percy Standing, Jack Standing, Herbert Standing Jr. and Aubrey Standing.[2] Grandchildren involved in show business were Joan Standing, Kay Hammond, Guy Standing Jr. and Jack Standing Jr.[3] Present-day character actor John Standing (son of Kay Hammond) is a great-grandson.

Still from the American drama film The Blue Moon (1920) with Elinor Field, Herbert Standing, and Pell Trenton
Still from the American drama film The Blue Moon (1920) with Elinor Field, Herbert Standing, and Pell Trenton

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  1. ^ Who Was Who in the Theatre: 1912–1976 c. 1976, page 2241 volume 4 Q-Z; a compilation of books originally published annually by John Parker; 1976 version published by Gale Research
  2. ^ Who Was Who on Screen p. 433, 2nd edition, by Evelyn Mack Truitt; c.1977
  3. ^ Silent Film Necrology 2nd Edit. by Eugene Michael Vazzana c. 2001

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