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Edward G. Robinson

Edward G. Robinson

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Also Known As: Died: January 26, 1973
Born: December 12, 1893 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Bucharest, Romania Profession: Cast ...
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1904:
Immigrated to USA at age 10
1913:
Began appearing in stock productions
1915:
Broadway debut
1923:
First film appearance in "The Bright Shawl"
1927:
Appeared on Broadway in "The Racket", playing a character modeled on Al Capone; production also performed in Los Angeles
1929:
Began making regular film appearances; first film "A Hole in the Wall"
1930:
Top stardom clinched with his appearance in the landmark Warner Brothers gangster film, "Little Caesar"
:
Wrote, hosted and acted in radio show "Big Town"
1942:
Left Warner Brothers; next film for the studio would not be until "Key Largo" (1948)
:
Named before the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC); dark greylisted from 1948-52
1952:
Testified before HUAC; film career revived, first in "B" movies
1956:
Worked in theater among other venues, starring on Broadway in "Middle of the Night"
1963:
Made first TV commercial, for Maxwell House Coffee
1966:
Involved in near fatal automobile accident
1973:
Last film, "Soylent Green"

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