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James Seymour Net Worth

James Seymour Net Worth is
$11 Million

James Seymour Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

James Seymour (1702–1752) was an English painter, widely recognized for his equestrian art.Seymour was born in London. His father was an amateur artist and art dealer, whose other business dealings (as a banker, goldsmith, and diamond merchant) afforded young Seymour the leisure time to study art on his own, either his father's or the art at the Virtuosi Club of St. Luke - a gentleman's club his father belonged to, specializing in art. In a short time the boy was a self-taught artist, familiar with many of the prominent artists of the period.Seymour's love of art was matched only by his love of horses. He began spending time at racetracks early on, and before long found himself absorbed in the sport - drawing, painting, owning, breeding, and racing horses. His art proved popular among the prominent sporting families of the day, eventually garnering Seymour patrons in Sir William Jolliffe and Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of Somerset. Jolliffe's love for horses and art proved great, and his will would later establish an equestrian statue in Hampshire. In time, Seymour's work and fame had spread throughout Europe and America.Though ultimately his love for horseracing led to his financial ruin, Seymour still ranks among the most important early sporting artists, together with John Wootton and Peter Tillemans being considered one of the three founders of the sporting school.
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IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthApril 23, 1895
Died1752-01-01
Place Of BirthBoston, Massachusetts, USA
ProfessionWriter, Miscellaneous Crew, Director
Star SignTaurus
#Fact
1Brother of Anne Seymour
2Brother of John Seymour

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Ghosts of Berkeley Square1947adapted for the screen by
Meet Me at Dawn1947
Woman to Woman1947
Springtime1946
Meet the Navy1946additional material
Up with the Lark1943script
They Met in the Dark1943scenario
The Saint Meets the Tiger1943writer
Happidrome1943screenplay
We'll Meet Again1943screenplay
The Missing Million1942screenplay
You Can't Cheat an Honest Man1939contributor to screen play construction - uncredited
Gold Diggers in Paris1938from an idea by
Rhythm Racketeer1937
Top of the Town1937contributing writer - uncredited
King of Burlesque1936adaptation
Footlight Parade1933screen play
Gold Diggers of 19331933screenplay
Central Airport1933screenplay
42nd Street1933screen play
Lawyer Man1932screen play
Symphony of Six Million1932additional dialogue
Carnival Boat1932screen play
Beyond Victory1931uncredited
What a Widow!1930adaptation / screenplay
Swing High1930adaptation / dialogue / story

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Kidnapped1971script consultant
The Right to Live1935supervisor - uncredited
Big Hearted Herbert1934supervisor - uncredited
A Lost Lady1934supervisor - uncredited
The Circus Clown1934supervisor - uncredited
Harold Teen1934supervisor - uncredited
The House on 56th Street1933supervisor - uncredited
The Melody Man1930dialogue director
Mexicali Rose1929dialogue director - uncredited
The Broadway Hoofer1929dialogue director
Wall Street1929dialogue director
Broadway Scandals1929dialogue director
Acquitted1929dialogue director
Lucky in Love1929dialogue supervisor
The College Coquette1929dialogue director
Mother's Boy1929dialogue supervisor
Syncopation1929dialogue director - uncredited

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Safety or Slaughter1972Documentary short uncredited
Rhythm Racketeer1937
What a Widow!1930uncredited

Cinematographer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Safety or Slaughter1972Documentary short

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Goose and the Gander1935producer - uncredited

Production Manager

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Modern Hero1934production supervisor - uncredited

Known for movies


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