Biographies Of The Players PRE-ROG
PREJEAN, Albert. B. Paris, 1898. Dark brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 7 in. Wt. 10 st. Ed. Paris Communal School ; Lycde, Paris. Married.
Is known as a “ natural ” actor. Drifted into movies by chance, straying from the family profession of making agricultural implements.
Played in : Italian Straw Hat (Rene Clair Albatross-Sequana), Sous les Toits de Paris (Rene Clair Tobis), Paris Qui Dort (Rene Clair Tobis), Le Fantome du Moulin Rouge (Rene Clair Tobis), Le Voyage Imaginaire (Rene Clair Tobis), Verdun (Gaumont-French), Un Soir de Rajle (Osso), L’Opera de Qual’sous (U.F.A.). '
PREVOST, Marie. B. in Sarnia, Canada, Nov. 8, 1898. Dark hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. Ed. Manual Arts High School, Los Angeles. M. (1) H. C. Gcrke, 1918; div. 1923; (2) Kenneth
llarlan ; div. 1929.
Surprised all the friends who knew her as a demure little girl in a convent by becoming a mack Sennett bathing beauty. Achieved great success in comedies and later, in dramatic roles. Film debut in Old Swimmin’ Hole (F.N., 1921).
Also Played in : 'Tarnish (F.N.), The
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Marriage Circle (Warner), Kiss Me Again (Warner), The Dark Sivan (Warner), Recompense (Warner), Up in Mabel's Room (Metro), Almost a Lady (Metro), For Wives Only (Metro), Man Bait (Metro), Getting Gertie's Garter (Metro), The Night Bride (Metro), Girl in The Pullman (Pathe), The Rush Hour (Pathe), On to Reno (Pathe), Blonde for a Night (Pathe), The Godless Girl (De Mille), The Racket (Para), The Exodus of the New World (Pioneer Films), The Side Show (Col), Divorce Made Easy (Para), The Flying ■ Fool (Pathe), Ladies of Leisure (Col), Hell Divers (M.G.M.), War Nurse (M.G.M.), Within the Law (M.G.M.), Blonde Baby (Col), Sporting Blood (M.G.M.), The Lullaby (M.G.M.), Three Wise Girls (Col), Reckless Living (Univ), Carnival Boat (Radio), Gentleman’s Fate (M.G.M.), Slightly Married (Invincible).
PRINGLE, Aileen. Real name, Bisbee. B. San Francisco, Cal., July 23. Dark brown hair, green eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 8 st. 5 lb. Ed. Miss Murison's School, San Francisco ; School of the Sacred Heart, Paris ; Miss McKenzie's School, London.
Made her stage debut in London in The Bracelet, 1915. Returned to Hollywood and began her screen career.
Played in : Redhead (Select), The
Christian (Goldwyn), Souls for Sale (M.G.M.), Three Weeks (M.G.M.), His Hour (M.GML), Romance of a Queen (M.G.), Tin Gods(Para), Adam and Evil (M.G.M.), Beau Broadway (M.G.M.), Wall Street (Col), Prince of Diamonds (Col), Soldiers and Women (Col), Convicted (Artclass), Son of Mine (Mono), Are These Our Children ? (Radio), Phantom of Crestwood (Radio).
PURCELL, Irene. B. Hammond, Indiana, Aug. 7. Red hair, blue-grey eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 3 in. M. Angelo Conti.
Was a New York stage favourite before making her screen debut in Dancing Partner (M.G.M. i93t), in which she repeated her stage role.
Also Played in : The Man in Possession (M.G.M.), The Passionate Plumber (M.G.M.), Westward Passage (Radio), Bachelor’s Affair (Fox).
QUILLAN, Eddie. B. Philadelphia, Pa., March 31, 1907. Brown hair and eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 0 in. Wt. 10 st. Ed. Mount Carmel High School.
Was playing with his family (three brothers and a sister) at the Orpheum
Theatre in Los Angeles when Mack Sennett saw him, offered him a test and, later, a part in comedies. He then joined R.K.O. Pathe (now absorbed by R.K.O. Radio), and remained with that company until Jan., 1932, when a difference resulted in the breaking of his contract.
Played in: Eighteen Two-Reel
Comedies for Mack Sennett. The Godless Girl (De Mille), Showfolks (Pathe), Geraldine (Pathe), Noisy Neighbours (Pathe), Hot and Bothered (Pathe), Night Work (Pathe), Big Money (Pathe), Little Bit of Everything (Vita), The Big Shot (Radio), The Optimist (Patlm), Girl Crazy (Radio), Easy Money (Radio), Sweepstakes (Radio), Looking for Trouble (Radio).
RAFT, George. B. New York. Black hair, browui eyes.
Graduated from selling newspapers into night clubs, and for some years danced for Texas Guinan, the “ Cabaret Oueen.” In between times he was a professional baseball player. The late Rudolph Valentino saw him dancing one night and invited him to become his double. Was seen in his first major role as the dapper gunman in Scarf ace (U.A.).
Also Played in : Palmy Days (U.A.), Dancers in the Dark (Para), Night World (Univ), Love is a Racket (Warner), Sporting Widow (Para), Night After Night (Para), If I Had a Million (Para).
RAINE, Jack. B. London, May 18, 189S. Ed. Cranleigh. M. Binnie Hale.
On leaving the Army made his stage debut in London, 1919. After a successful stage career entered films.
Played in : Night-Birds (B.I.P.),
Middle Watch (B.I.P.), Fires of Fate (B.I.P.), Alone at Last (W.B.-F.N.).
RALSTON, Esther. B. Bar Harbour, Maine, Sept. 17, 1902. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Ht. 3 ft. 5 in. Wt. 8 st. 12 lb. Ed. High School, Washington, D.C. M. George Webb ; 1 dau. Mary, 1931.
Had just learnt how to speak when carried for the first time on the stage by her parents. Began her screen career with Universal, one of her earliest films being Phantom Fortunes (1916). Next appeared under the Paramount banner in Peter Pan (1925). Came to England in May, 1932, and has since appeared in two British productions, Rome Express (Gau-Brit) and After the Ball (Gau-Brit).
Also Played in : Beggar on Horse
back (Para), The Best People (Para), The Goose Hangs High (Para), The Lucky
Biographies of the Players (RAM-RAY,'
Devil (Para), The Little French Girl (Para), The Trouble with Wives (Para), The American Venus (Para), Woman Handled (Para), The Quavtev Back (Para), The Blind Goddess (Para), Children of Divorce (Para), Fashions for Women (Para), Ten Modem Commandments (Para), Figures Don’t Lie (Para), The Spotlight (Para), Love and Learn (Para), Something Always Happens (Para), The Sawdust Paradise (Para), The Case of Lena Smith (Para), Betrayal (Para), The Wheel of Life (Para), The Mighty (Para), The Southerner (M.G.M.), Lonely Wives (Path6), Prodigal (Pathe), Sheer Luck (Big Four), Half a Bride (Para).
RAMBEAU, Marjorie. B. San Francisco, Cal., July 15, 1889. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 6 in. Wt. 9 st. 9 lb. Ed. San Francisco. M. (1) Willard Mack; div. 1917; (2) McGaughajen, 1919, div. ; (3) F. A. Gudger, Nov., 1931. Played her first part on the stage while still in her teens. After many minor roles rose to be leading lady. Altogether she was twenty years on the stage. One of her first pictures was Her Man (Radio, 1930).
Also Played in : Dark Star (M.G.M.), Alin and Bill (M.G.M.), Leftover Ladies (Tiffany), Son of India (M.G.M.), Inspiration (M.G.M.), The Easiest Way (M.G.M.), Silence (Para), A Tailor Made Man (M.G.M.), Strangers May Kiss (M.G.M.), The Secret Six (M.G.M.), Laughing Sinners (M.G.M.), Hell Divers (M.G.M.).
RANDOLPH, Elsie. B. London, Dec. 9. Brown hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 8 st. 6 lb. Ed. private tutor.
Made her stage debut in London, 1919, as a model in The Girl for the Boy. Without any previous training rose to be one of the most popular dancers on the English musical comedy stage, appearing in many shows with J ack Buchanan. Made her screen debut in Rich and Strange (B.I.P. 1931) and immediately established herself as a brilliant screen comedienne.
Also Played in : Brother Alfred
(B.I.P.), Life Goes On (Para-Brit), Yes, Mr. Brown (B. & D.).
RATHBONE, Basil. B. S. Africa, June 13, 1892. Black hair, hazel eyes. Ht. 6 ft. i£ in. Ed. Repton College. M. (1) Ethel Marian Forman ; (2)
On finishing his education began work with an important London Insurance Company. First stage appearance as Hortensio in The Taming of the Shrew, at Ipswich, 1911, after which he made
appearances on the principal New York and London stages. Film debut with M.G.M., one of his earliest films being The Masked Bride (1925), with Mae Murray.
Also Played in : Duchess and the
Waiter (M.G.M.), The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (M.G.M.), Bishop Murder Case (M.G.M.), Lady of Scandal (M.G.M.), Flirting Widow (F.N.), A Notorious Affair (F.N.), High Road (M.G.M.), Sin Takes a Holiday (Pathe), Lady Surrenders (Univ), This Mad World (M.G.M,) A Woman Commands (Radio), After the Ball (Gau-Brit).
RATOFF, Gregory. M. Eugene Leon-tovitch.
Member of the Yiddish Players of New York and a graduate of the Moscow Art Theatre. Gave a superb performance in The Melody of Life (Radio 1932).
Also Played in : For Sale (Vita),
The Roar of the Dragon (Radio), What Price Hollywood ? (Radio), Deported (Radio), Skyscraper Souls (M.G.M.), Once in a Lifetime (Univ), Mysteries of the French Police (Radio).
RAWLINSON, Gerald. B. St. Helens, Lancs, Aug. 24, 1904. Ed. Emmanuel School.
Commissioned in the R.A.F., 1922.
Served in India 1923-26. Made his film debut with Mabel Poulton in Wild Cat Hetty (Nettlefold, 1928).
Also Played in : Tell England (B.I.F.), Young Woodley (B.I.P.), Devil’s Alaze (Gau-Brit), The Rising Generation (NeoArt), Alf’s Carpet (B.I.P.), The Alan at Six (B.I.P.), Creeping Shadows (B.I.F.), The Old Alan (B.L.), Brown Sugar (Twickenham), Collision (U.A.-Brit), Threads (U.A.-Brit), The Call-Box Alys-tery (U.A.-Brit).
RAY, Rene. Ed. at a convent.
At fifteen she ran away from school, having made up her mind to become a film star. Without experience she got a job as an extra, and made her debut unostentatiously as one of three hundred, and was so hidden that she did not even see herself on the screen. To-day she has won leading roles, one of which is in The King’s Cup (B & D, 1932).
Also Played in : Dance Pretty Lady (B.I.F.), Smiling Along (Argyle), Tonight’s the Night (B.I.P.), Two White Anns (Eric Hakim), Young Woodley (ВД.Р.), When London Sleeps (Twickenham).
RAYMOND, Gene. Real name, Raymond Guion. B. New York, Aug. 13,
(REN-RIG) Biographies of the Players
1908. Blonde liair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. Wt. 11 st. 3 lb. Ed. Professional Tutoring School.
Went on the stage at the age of five and progressed from juvenile parts into leading roles. Made his screen debut in Personal Maid (Para, 1931).
Also Played in : Ladies of the Big House (Para), Forgotten Commandments (Para), Night of June 13th (Para), If I Had a Million (Para).
RENALDO, Duncan. B. Campden, N.J., April 23, 1904. Black hair, dark brown eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 12 st. 7 lb. Ed. Mme. de Burner’s School, Versailles, France.
Began his stage career in New York with a part in My Son. Later, in Los Angeles, played with Edward Everett Horton in Her Cardboard Lover. Film debut with M.G.M., one of his earliest films being The Bridge of San Luis Rey (M.G.M., 1929).
Also Played in : Trader Horn
(M.G.M.), The Naughty Duchess (Tiffany), Pals of the Prairie (Radio), The Devil's Skipper (Tiffany), Clothes Make the Woman (Tiffany), Marcheta (Tiffany), Romany Love (Tiffany).
REVIER, Dorothy. Real name, Doris Velegra. B. San Francisco, Cal., April 18, 1904. Blonde hair, blue-grey eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 4 in. Wt. 8 st. 3 lb. Ed. Oakland High School.
Following two years as a solo dancer at the famous Tait’s Cafe in San Francisco, was discovered by a Hollywood producer. One of her best-known films is The Iron Mask (U.A., 1929).
Also Played in : Dance of Life
(Para), Donovan Affair (Col), Father and Son (Col), The Drop Kick (F.N.), The Tigress (Col), The Warning (Col), The Siren (Col), Submarine (Col), Murder on the Roof (Col), Black Sheep (Col), Red Dance (Fox), The Mighty (Para), Light Thinkers (Col), Hold Everything (Warner), Call of the West (Col), Vengeance (Col), Sin Flood (F.N.), Way of All Men (F.N.), Squealer (Col), The Bad Man (F.N.), The Last Ride (Univ), Graft (Univ), Anybody’s Blonde (Mayfair), Sally of the Subway (Allied), Sin's Pay Day (Mayfair), No Living Witness (Mayfair), Night World (Univ), Arm of the Law (Mono), The Beauty Parlour (Chesterfield), Black Camel (Fox), The Widow in Scarlet (Mayfair), Face on the Bar-room Floor (Tec-Art), The Avenger (Col.).
REYNOLDS, Vera. B. Richmond, Virginia, Nov. 23, 1905. Brown hair, hazel eyes lit. 5 ft 1 in. Wt. 7 st. 4 lb.
M. (1) Carl Montgomery ; div ; (2)
Robert Ellis, 1926.
During ten years’ experience of the screen has played with Cecil B. de Mille, Universal and other companies. Was formerly a dancer in Los Angeles.
Played in : Feet of Clay (Para), Road to Yesterday (Para), Silence (Para), Prodigal Daughters (Para), Back from Shanghai (General Pictures), To-night at Twelve (Univ), Dragnet Patrol (Like), Monster Walks (Like), Neck and Neck (WAV.), Love Redeemed (Like), Gorilla Ship (Like), Hell Bent for ’Frisco (W.W.), Lawless Woman (Chesterfield), Lion and the Lamb (Col).
RICH, Irene. B. Buffalo, New York, Oct. 13, 1897. Golden-brown hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 6 in. Ed. St. Margaret’s School for Girls, Buffalo. M. David Blanlcenhorn ; div. 1931 ; 2 daughters.
Went to Hollywood with little stage experience. Mary Pickford gave her a chance in Stella Maris (Artcraft, 19 iS).
Also Played in: Tale of Two Worlds (Goldwyn), Beau Brummel (Warner), The Climbers (Warner), Lady Windermere's Fan (Warner), The Lost Lady (Warner), Craig’s Wife (Pathe), Ned hlcCobb’s Daughter (Pathe), They Had to See Paris (Fox), So This is London (Fox), The Exalted Flapper (Fox), On Your Back (Fox), Check and Double Check (Radio), Daughters of Luxury (M.G.M.), Beau Ideal (Radio), Strangers May Kiss (M.G.M.), The Mad Parade (Para), The Champ (M.G.M.), Down to Earth (Fox), Her Mad Night (Mayfair).
RICH, Lillian. B. 1905, Herne Hill, London. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 3 in. M. Lionel Ed. Nicholson; div. 1932.
Appeared at the Lyceum Theatre, London, at the age of fourteen in Babes in the Wood. After gaining experience in musical comedy went out to Hollywood, minus influence or friends, to get into pictures. Secured a small part almost immediately in a picture starring Enid Bennett. Has since gone from one success to another in American films. Returned to England, 1928, to make British pictures.
Played in : The Eternal Triangle
(Vita), Behind Red Curtains, The Love Master (F.N.), Never Say Die (Patlie), Woman’s Law (Peerless), The Golden Web (Gotham), Dancing Days (Preferred), The Isle of Retribution (Radio), Braveheart (Patlie), Exclusive Rights (Preferred), Ship of Souls (Ideal), A Silver Rosary, The Forger, High Seas (B.I.P.), Stage Whispers (Chesterfield), Murdock Affair (Chesterfield).
Biographies of the Players (RIG-HOB)
RIGAS, George. B. Greece. Black hair, brown eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 12 st. jo lb. Ed. Greece and France.
Well known in theatrical circles on the Continent and in the United States. Was featured in many silent films and gained further popularity with the advent of the talkies.
Played in : The Love Light (U.A.), Desert Gold (Para), Bean Geste (Para), Redskin (Para), Wolf Song (Para), The Rescue (U.A.), Acquitted (Col), Hearts and Hoofs (Pathe), Riders of the North (Syndicate), Beau Ideal (Radio), Hell Bent for 'Frisco (WAV.), Mounted Fury (Gau).
RIN-TIN-TIN, Was found by his master, Capt. Lee Duncan, in a German dug-out after the attack on Metz. Was brought back to Los Angeles, where his master was struck with the idea of making him a film actor. Rin-Tin-Tin was an instant success, and it is said that the dogwas largely responsible for the vast fortune accumulated by Warner Bros, in the days after the л\гаг. Was at one time earning for his master the record salary of £500 a week. Died August, 1932.
Played jn : Tracked in the Snow
Country (Warner), Find Your Man (Warner), The Clash of the Wolves (Warner), When London Sleeps (Warner), The Night Cry (Warner), Jaws of Steel (Warner), Frozen River (Warner), The Man Hunter (Warner), Rough Waters (Warner), Tiger Rose (Warner), The Lightning Warrior (Ideal).
ROBERTI, Lyda. B. Warsaw, Poland. Blonde hair, blue eyes. Ed. Russia, France, Hungary, Germany, Egypt and the Orient.
Is the daughter of a famous European circus clown, with whom she travelled during most of her childhood. Later, while playing in a musical show in Chicago, she was seen by Paramount and given a part in Dancers in the Dark (1932).
Also Played in : Million Dollar Legs (Para), Kid from Spain (U.A.).
ROBERTS, J. H. B. London, July 11, 1S84. Brown hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. Wt. 10 st. 6 lb. Ed. Birkenhead. M. Beatrice Smith. April, 1916; 1 son, 1919.
Was for a time a clerk in a shipping office but began his theatrical career at Birkenhead in 1909. Joined Miss Horniman’s Repertory Company in 1910 and later was one of the original members of the Liverpool Repertory Company. Also played extensively in London before he was induced to make films
Played in : Whiteface (Gains), A Safe Affair (Langham), The Constant Nymph (Gains), Alibi (Twickenham).
ROBERTSON, Willard. B. Runnels, Texas, Jan. 1, 1886. Dark brown hair, blue-grey eyes. Ht. 6 ft. £ in. Wt. 12 st. 12 lb. Ed. public schools of Washington ; National University Law School of Washington.
Gained his early stage experience with a stock company at Washington, and in 1906 made his first appearance on Broadway. Was stage director for Robert Hilliard when he toured in A Fool There Was. While still on the stage, studied law and for a time became secretary and later attorney, for the Interstate Commerce Commission. Has also written plays and done a considerable amount of film work.
Played in : The Last of the Duanes (Fox), Shanghaied Love (Col), So Big (Warner), The Ruling Voice (F.N.), Graft (Whirlwind), Behind the Mask (Col), Silence (Para), The 'Cisco Kid (Fox), Famous Ferguson Case (Warner), Broken Wing (Para), Brown of Culver (Univ), Strange Love of Molly Louvain (F.N.), Defiance (Univ), Doctor X (Warner), The Gay Caballero (Fox), Sooky (Para), Guilty As Charged (Para) Virtue (Col), Wild Girl (Fox), Call Her Savage (Fox), I am A Fugitive (Warner).
ROBEY, George, C.B.E. Real name, George Edward Wade. B. Sept. 20, 1869. Ed. London and Dresden. M. Ethel Haydon.
Worked as an engineer for four years before making his stage debut at the old Aquarium Theatre, London, in 1S91. One of the most popular figures in variety. Has toured South Africa, and is the author of many books. The result of his concert given in aid of the French Red Cross during the war was the remarkable figure of ^11,265. In recognition of his services during the war was created a Commander of the British Empire, Jan. 1919.
Tlayed in : Temperance Fete (Eric
Hakim), Marry Me (Gains), Don Quixote (Nelson).
ROBINSON,, Edward G. B. Bucharest, Rumania, Dec. 12, 1893. Black hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 8 in. Wt. 11 st. 4 lb. Ed. New York public schools ; Columbia University. M. Gladys Lloyd, 1926.
Made his first theatrical appearance on the amateur stage, then in vaudeville in Bells of Conscience, written by himself.
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Appeared with Richard Barthelmess in The Bright Shawl (F.N. 1923). It was not, however, until eight years later that he was to achieve fame as a character actor.
Also Played in : The Hole in the Wall (Para), The Widow from Chicago (F.N.), East is West (Univ), Little Ccesar (F.N.), The Idol (F.N.), Five Star Final (F.N.), Smart Money (F.N.), The Honourable Mr. Wong (F.N.), A Lady to Love (M.G.M.), Two Seconds (F.N.), Tiger Shark (F.N.), Silver Dollar (F.N.).
ROBSON, May. B. Melbourne, Australia. Dark brown hair, blue-grey eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 2 in. Wt. 7 st.
7 lb. Ed. England, France and Belgium.
Made her stage debut, 18S3, and was famous in America for 22 years before she entered films. Won recognition in elderly character roles. Is полу under contract to M.G.M.
Played in : The Angel of Broadway (Pathe), Harp in Hock (Pathe), Chicago (Pathe), The Blue Danube (Pathe), Turkish Delight (Pathe), Mother’s Millions (Univ), Lctty Lynton (M.G.M.), Strange Interlude (M.G.M.), Two Against the World (Warner), The Engineer's Daughter (Tvadio), Red-Headed Woman (M.G.M.). Little Orphan Annie (Radio).
ROGERS, Charles (Buddy). B. Olanthe, Kansas, Aug. 13, 1904.
Black hair, brown eyes. Ht. 6 ft. Wt. 12 st. 7 lb. Ed. Olanthe High School ; UnKersity of Kansas.
Made his appearance in motion pictures via the Paramount School of Acting, his first important film being Fascinating Youth (Para, 1926).
Also Played in : Heads Up (Para), Wings (Para), My Best Girl (Para), Get Your Man (Para), Abie’s Irish Rose (Para), Someone to Love (Para), Varsity (Para), Close Harmony (Para), Here Comes the Bandwagon (Para), Illusion (Para), The River of Romance (Para), Halfway To Heaven (Para), Paramount on Parade (Para), Safety in Numbers (Para), Young Eagles (Para), Follow Thru’ (Para), Along Came Youth (Para), The Movie Man (Vita), The Ice Man (Vita), The Lawyer’s Secret (Para), Road To Reno (Para), Working Girls (Para), Reckless Age (Para).
ROGERS, Ginger. B. Independence, Missouri. July 16, 1911. Brorvn hair, brown eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 5 in. Wt.
8 st. 3 lb. M. Jack Pepper ; dh\ 1931. After rvinning many cups and medals
for her dancing, she was given the Texas State Championship in charleston contest together with a four weeks’ vaudeville contract. Gained considerable experience in vaudeville and musical comedy. Made her screen debut in Young Man of Manhattan (Para, 1930).
Also Played in : Queen High (Para), Manhattan Mary (Para), Sap from Syracuse (Para), A Night in a Dormitory (Patlie), Checker Comedies (First Series), Honour Among Lovers (Para), Suicide Fleet (Radio), Bad Tfwzier(Pathe), Looking for Trouble (Radio), Carnival Boat (Pathe), The Tenderfoot (F.N.), Thirteenth Guest (Mono), Hat Check Girl (Fox), Forty-Second Street (Warner).
ROGERS, Will. Full name, William Penn Adair Rogers. B. Colagah, Nov. 4, 1879. Dark Ьголуп hair, blue eyes. Ht. 5 ft. 11 in. Ed. Willow Hassell School ; Kempa Military Academy, Booneville. M. Betty Blake 1908 ; 2 sons, 1 dau.
First stage experience was in New York, 1905, where he cracked jokes that finished at the same time as the spin of the rope he held in his hand. This turn made him famous and won him a contract with Flo Ziegfeld’s Follies. Was once selected for Governor of Oklahoma, but declined the nomination. Has been Mayor of Beverly Hills and has published a book “ The Cowboy Philosopher on the Peace Conference.”
Played in : Happy Days (Fox), So this is London (Fox), Yankee at King Arthur’s Court (Fox), They had to See Paris (Fox), Ambassador Bill (Fox), Business and Pleasure (Fox), Young as You Feel (Fox), Down to Earth (Fox), fubilo (Fox), State Fair (Fox),
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