Gavin Muir was an American Broadway, film and television actor. Although born in Chicago, Muir was educated in England and had a significant career on the Broadway stage through 1933. His first film appearance is 1932 in a short subject, then in John Ford's Mary of Scotland in 1936. His film career continued through 1965, often in character roles, and with a sort of specialty in villains with British accents.
|Sherlock Holmes and the House of Fear||Chalmers|
|Sherlock Holmes Faces Death||Phillip Musgrave|
|Sherlock Holmes in Washington||Mr. Lang, government agent|
|Mary of Scotland||Leicester|