(No. 4 in a series of 50 from Player's Navy Cut Tobacco)
"Lew Ayres was born in Minneapolis, December 28th, 1908. He comes of a musical family, for his mother was a pianist and his father a member of a symphony orchestra. It was natural that he also should turn to music, and after graduating from the University of Arizona, he became a musician in an orchestra. He began his film career as an extra in silent films and All Quiet on the Western Front was his first talkie. His latest include Cross Country Cruise, Millionaire for a Day and Servants' Entrance."