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Ted Healy

Ted Healy

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Also Known As: Died: December 21, 1937
Born: October 1, 1886 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Kaufman, Texas, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1908:
Family moved from Texas to NYC
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Began performing in amateur shows as a solo singer and comic in blackface; had no act to say because he could not remember lines; would improvise impressions of stars and tell jokes
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Decided to pursue professional show business career; changed name to Ted Healy
1909:
Met Moe Howard while both were hanging around Vitagraph Studios in Brooklyn hoping for work; formed act together
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Was part of a dance team with future wife Betty Brown
1922:
Formed act with Moe and Shemp Howard that eventually developed into Ted Healy and His Three Stooges
1925:
Added Larry Fine to the act
1929:
Appeared on Broadway with Stooges in "A Night in Venice"
1930:
Made "Soup to Nuts" at Fox, billed as 'Ted Healy and the Racketeers'
1932:
Broke away from Stooges for solo career; signed MGM contract
1936:
Had featured role as Clark Gable's crony in "San Francisco"
1938:
Final film, the posthumously released "Love Is a Headache"

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