1950s 'Zorro' Actor Britt Lomond Dies
Away from his celebrity life, Lomond served as a paratrooper in World War II and was awarded three Purple Hearts and both the Silver and Bronze Stars. After the war he moved to Hollywood to realise a dream of becoming an illustrator, but his dastardly looks and fencing skills led him to work in films. He once doubled for screen icon Mel Ferrer in stunt scenes in 1952's Scaramouche.
His impressive resume also included turns behind the camera - he directed Bing Crosby TV specials and episodes of The Waltons and Falcon Crest, among others.
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