|Also Known As: ||
||November 30, 1994
||January 11, 1908
||Cause of Death:
||New York City, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
New York stage debut in "him"
Blacklisted in the early 1950s due to uncooperative testimony before the House Un-American Activities Committee
Moved to Italy in late 1960s; appeared in over 50 films during next ten years
Produced first stage show, "Brooklyn, U.S.A." (With Bern Bernard)
Returned to acting when Tony Richardson cast him in stage production of "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui"
Returned to film in "The Loved One" (dir. Tony Richardson)
Worked as stockbroker on Wall Street
Worked as reporter on the New York newspapers, the "Evening Journal" and "The Daily News"
Worked on radio with Fred Allen, Eddie Cantor and Rudy Vallee
Feature film debut, "The Scoundrel"
Screen debut in Fatty Arbuckle and Harold Lloyd comedy shorts