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Ralph Bellamy

Ralph Bellamy

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Also Known As: Died: November 29, 1991
Born: June 17, 1904 Cause of Death: longstanding lung illness
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA Profession: Cast ...
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As a boy, delivered newspapers and groceries, and worked as a soda jerk at a local drugstore
1921:
Worked as an usher at Ravinia Park Open Air Pavilion
1921:
Ran away from home at age 16 to join a William Owen's band of traveling Shakespearean players
1922:
Began performing in stock and repertory with the Chautaupua Road Company; first play was "The Shepherd of the Hills"
1922:
Toured with stock companies
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Founded The Ralph Bellamy Players
1929:
Broadway debut, "Town Boy"
1931:
Screen debut in "The Secret Six"
1933:
Founding member, Screen Actors Guild
1934:
Returned to Broadway stage in "Oh, Men! Oh, Women!"
1944:
Debut as Broadway producer and director, "Pretty Little Parlor"
1945:
Returned to Broadway in "State of the Union"
1948:
TV debut, "Philco Television Playhouse"
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Starred in first TV series, "The Man Against Crime"
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Panelist on TV quiz show, "To Tell the Truth"
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Starred on TV series, "The Eleventh Hour"
1991:
Hospitalized with respiratory illness (August 27)

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