Hugh Millais Movies and Career Information

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Dec 23, 1929
River Blackwater

Hugh Geoffroy Millais (23 December 1929 – 4 July 2009) was a British author and actor known for his film collaborations with director Robert Altman. Hugh Millais was the son of Raoul Millais (1901–1999) a painter-illustrator of some considerable importance, and his first wife Elinor Clare (d. 1953), daughter of late Allan Ronald Macdonell, of Montreal. Raoul was the son of painter and gardener John Guille Millais and the grandson of the painter Sir John Everett Millais founder of the pre-Raphaelite movement by his wife Effie Gray who had been previously married to the author John Ruskin. He was raised Roman Catholic. As a child he lived in Blackwater Valley and Cork in Ireland. He was educated at Ampleforth during the war, and made a deal with his housemaster. If let off games and allowed to keep his two ferrets and 24 snares, he would keep the house provided with meat. On his best day he provided 21 rabbits and a cock pheasant. Legend has it that Basil Hume tried to teach him to play rugby. Millais was a noted raconteur who loved nothing more than to sit his six foot six frame on a high bar stool, pick up a guitar and sing Calypso songs. Before becoming an actor, he worked as a

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