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|Also Known As:||Carlisle Moore Jr.||Died:|
|Born:||January 5, 1909||Cause of Death:|
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Carlyle Moore Jr. was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Moore started off her career in film with roles in "Tomorrow's Children" (1934) and "High School Girl" (1935). Moore began to focus on film after appearing in the action picture "Ceiling Zero" (1936) with James Cagney, "Fugitive in the Sky" (1936) and "Road Gang" (1936). She also appeared in "The Case of the Black Cat" (1936) with Ricardo Cortez. Later in her career, Moore acted in the Humphrey Bogart crime feature "Two Against the World" (1936). Moore passed away in March 1977 at the age of 68.
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Born 'Cleon Shamus Patrick Moore' in 1909 to Broadway playwright Carlyle Moore and stage actress Ethelyn Palmer.
Attended Westlake Military School in Los Angeles.
At 17 won the 160 lb Golden Gloves title at Madison Square Garden.
Playing the lead role in his father's Broadway hit 'Stop Thief' while still at school lead him to acting.
Broadway debut 1927 in 'INK' (flop).
Moved to Hollywood with his widowed mother in 1929.
Under contract at RKO and Warner Brothers. Did 75 pictures between 1930 and 1940.
Married Actress Jane Barnes in 1937.
Three Children: Tom, Dan & Jinx Moore.
Two Grandchildren: Sean & Ryan
Died of Lung Cancer in Hollywood in 1977.
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