Miles Mander, born Lionel Henry Mander and sometimes credited as Luther Miles, was a well-known and versatile English character actor of the early Hollywood cinema, also a film director and producer, and a playwright and novelist.
He achieved success as Sir Hugh Boycott in The First Born (1928) which he directed and acted in, and which he co-wrote with Alma Reville.
He died suddenly of a heart attack at the Brown Derby restaurant in Los Angeles, aged 57.
- The Prude's Fall (1924) — cast: Sir Neville Moreton
- The Pleasure Garden (1925) — cast: Levett
- Murder! (1930) — cast: Gordon Druce
- Mary (1931) — cast: Gordon Moore
- Watchtower Over Tomorrow (1945) — cast (uncredited)
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