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Everett Sloane

Everett Sloane

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Also Known As: Died: August 6, 1965
Born: October 1, 1909 Cause of Death: barbituate overdose
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Born and raised in Manhattan
1916:
At age seven. played Puck in a school production of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
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Dropped out of college and joined the stock company at the Hedgerow Theatre in Rose Valley, Pennsylvania; after receiving harsh criticism, decided to quit acting
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Returned home to NYC; worked on Wall Street
1929:
After stock market crash, decided to try acting again
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Worked in radio, including appearing on "Impossible Detective Mysteries"
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Played Sammy on "The Goldbergs" on radio
1930:
Performed in the radio drama "The Shadow"
1935:
Broadway acting debut, "Boy Meet Girl"
1937:
Had co-starring role in the play "Three Men on a Horse"
1938:
Joined Orson Welles' "Mercury Theatre on Air"
1938:
Performed in the now famous broadcast of "The War of the Worlds"
1941:
Feature acting debut, playing Bernstein in "Citizen Kane", directed by and starring Welles
1942:
Reteamed with Welles as co-star in "Journey Into Fear"
1944:
Returned to Broadway in "A Bell for Adano"
1946:
Directed stage productions "The Dancer" and "Twilight Bar"
1948:
Cast as Rita Hayworth's husband in Welles' "The Lady from Shanghai"
1949:
Co-starred with Tyrone Power and Welles in "Prince of Foxes"
1951:
Cast as the district attorney in "The Blue Veil"
1951:
Won attention as the gangster Albert Mendoza in "The Enforcer"
1954:
Originated role of ruthless businessman Ramsay in the Rod Serling-penned teleplay "Patterns"; recreated role in the 1956 feature film version
1955:
Co-starred in "The Big Knife"
1956:
Portrayed the boxer's manager in "Somebody Up There Likes Me", a biographical drama about fighter Rocky Graziano
1956:
Played Dr. Gachet in "Lust for Life", the Vincente Minnelli-directed biopic of artist Vincent Van Gogh
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Hosted the TV program "Official Detective"
1958:
Essayed the rigid, religious father of Natalie Wood's title character in "Marjorie Morningstar"
1961:
Was the voice of the title character in the animated "The Dick Tracy Show"
1964:
Co-starred with Jerry Lewis in "The Patsy" and in "The Disorderly Orderly"; final feature film appearances
1964:
Provided character voices for the animated TV series "The Adventures of Jonny Quest"

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