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Vincent Price

Vincent Price

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Also Known As: Died: October 25, 1993
Born: May 27, 1911 Cause of Death: lung cancer
Birth Place: St Louis, Missouri, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Worked briefly as a schoolmaster at Riverdale Country Day School, New York
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Went to England to study history and art
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Stage debut in "Chicago" at the Gate Theatre, Dublin
1935:
Played the Prince Regent in Gate Theatre's production of "Victoria Regina"
1935:
Returned to USA and made Broadway debut as Prince Consort in "Victoria Regina" opposite Helen Hayes
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Performed with the Mercury Theatre
1938:
Film debut, "Service De Luxe"
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Starred on radio series, "The Saint"
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Appeared as panalist on TV game show, "Pantomime Quiz"
1953:
Association with horror films clinched with his starring role in "House of Wax"
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Spoofed his persona as Egghead on the "Batman" TV series in the mid-1960s
1968:
Made Broadway musical debut in "Darling of the Day"
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Served as an art-buying consultant for Sears, Roebuck & Co.
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Toured USA in "Diversions and Delights", a one-man play about Oscar Wilde; made subsequent world tour
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Hosted PBS series, "Mystery!"
1982:
Narrated Tim Burton's animated short, "Vincent"
1987:
Last major film role, Mr. Maranov, in Lindsay Anderson's "The Whales of August"
1990:
Final film appearance as The Inventor in Tim Burton's "Edward Scissorhands"
1993:
Final TV appearance, "The Heart of Justice" on "TNT Screenworks"

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