Wyndham Standing

Charles Wyndham Standing[1][2] (23 August 1880 – 1 February 1963) was an English film actor.

Wyndham Standing
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Standing in 1919
Charles Wyndham Standing

(1880-08-23)23 August 1880
London, England
Died1 February 1963(1963-02-01) (aged 82)
Years active1915–1948

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Standing was born in London, England and died in Los Angeles, California. He was the son of veteran actor Herbert Standing and the brother of actors Sir Guy Standing,[3] Jack Standing, Herbert Standing Jr. and Percy Standing. He was also the uncle of Joan Standing and Kay Hammond,.[citation needed] and actor Charles Wyndham was his uncle.[3]


Standing, a popular leading man in the silent film era, appeared in 131 films between 1915 and 1948. He and Ronald Colman starred in the now lost classic The Dark Angel (1925). He delivered a memorable performance in Hell's Angels (1930) as the commanding officer who gets fed up with the cowardly antics of Ben Lyon and James Hall before sending them off on a deadly bombing mission.



  1. ^ American and British Theatrical Biography, by J.P. Wearing p.871 c. 1979
  2. ^ Silent Film Necrology, 2nd Edition by Eugene Michael Vazzana, c. 2001 page 497
  3. ^ a b McLaughlin, Will (28 February 1942). "'Twixt Stage and Screen". The Ottawa Journal. p. 26. Retrieved 24 August 2020 – via Newspapers.com.

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