Derwent Hall Caine
Derwent Hall Caine, the actor, publisher and Labour Party politician, was born on September 12, 1891 in Keswick, Cumberland, England (near the lake of Derwent Water), the son of novelist Sir Thomas Henry Hall Caine (known professionally as Hall Caine) and his wife Mary (née Chandler). The Caine family hailed from the Isle of Man. Derwent became an actor during in 1915, when he appeared in an adaptation of his father's The Christian (1915). He avoided military service in the Great War due to suffering from asthma, having been declared unfit for service. That same year, he went to America to look after the interests of his father, who had gone to America to propagandize fro American involvement in the war. While in The States, Caine fils appeared in several movies, including _The Deemster (1916)(screenplay by his father) and the propaganda movie _Huns at our gate (1918)_. After returning to England, he and his brother Gordon founded the publishing house The Reader's Library. He won a
Derwent Hall Caine born?
Derwent Hall Caine was born in Keswick, England, UK