Lewis Stone was an actor and writer who was born on November 15, 1879, in Worcester, Massachusetts. He passed away on September 12, 1953, in Beverly Hills, California. After fighting in the Spanish-American War, Lewis began working as a writer, and he wrote the screenplay for the 1919…more
Stone holds a record for "The Longest Contract to One Studio" according to the Guiness Book Of World Records. He had a Lifetime Contract at MGM, which started in 1924 and ended with his death in 1953.
Stone was nominated for a Best Actor Oscar for the 1928 film The Patriot. He did not win.
Stone acted in 153 films in his career.
Stone made his film debut in 1914 with The Bargain.
Stone was a veteran of both the Spanish-American War and World War I.
Stone was married three times. He had two children.
Stone stood 5'10" tall.
Stone has a Star on the Walk of Fame.