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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 ...


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

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