The screenwriter Michael Hogan died at the age of 83. Here is all you want to know, and more!
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Known for his work on the screenplays of such 1930s and ’40s films as A Yank at Oxford and Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca, this screenwriter also pursued a career as an actor, appearing in such 1930s films as Dance Pretty Lady and The Flag Lieutenant.
He was born and raised in London, England, and he died in his hometown at the age of eighty-three.
“Doors open to you every time you get a different role. So, yeah, the research is my passion; that’s why I keep doing it.” (Michael Hogan)
“Being a regular in a television series, for me – if I wanted to be a cop, I woulda went to cop school. If I wanted to be a doctor, I would’ve gone to medical school. You get trapped in your normal episodic television shows, basically doing the same thing.” (Michael Hogan)
“You know, I’m an old man, and there’s always parts for old bald guys.” (Michael Hogan)