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Lee Bowman

Lee Bowman

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Also Known As: Died: December 25, 1979
Born: December 28, 1914 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cincinnati, Ohio Profession: Cast ... actor consultant
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zan36 ( 2006-06-28 )

Source: On-line at movies.aol.com

Lee Bowman was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on Dec 28, 1914 and died from a heart attack, in Los Angeles on Dec 25, 1979. He attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and began a career as a stage actor and radio singer in the 1930's. He debuted in the stage play Interns Can't Take Money, in 1937. Never a major star, he began concentrating on his stage work in the late '40s. He briefly starred in the TV series The Adventures of Ellery Queen. He went on to become the radio and TV consultant for the Republican Senatorial and Congressional Committee in Washington and later for Bethlehem STEEL, coaching politicians and businessmen in speaking and on-camera techniques.

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