|Also Known As: ||
||June 16, 1965
||June 25, 1917
||Cause of Death:
||Eureka, California, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Grew up in Laramie, Wyoming
Worked as a railway hand, cowpuncher and Macy's store detective before stage career
Began acting career with the Federal Theater during the Depression
Organized and directed shows for West Coast Army camps during WWII
Screen acting debut in "Wonder Man"
Under contract to Warner Bros.
Founded Robert Alexander Productions
Directorial and producing debut, "Tell Me in the Sunlight" (also photographed and starred; released posthumously in 1967)