Appeared (as "Texas") in "Roadside" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Lynn Riggs
. Directed / produced by Arthur Hopkins
. Longacre Theatre: 26 Sep 1930-Oct 1930 (closing date unknown/11 performances). Cast: Roderick Baybee, Frederick Burton
(as "Pap Rader"), Jack Byrne, Kendall Foster, Frank I. Frayne, Harry Hermsen, Gilbert ...
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I've been very lucky; like most actors and actresses, there have been times when I've gone hungry. My philosophy is just take it a day at a time. As far as I'm concerned, I'll never retire.
Ralph owned his own stock company for four seasons (1926-1930). It was called "The Ralph Bellamy Players" and it toured Nashville, Evanston, and Iowa (including Des Moines). Overall, he spent nine years in repertory and touring companies, playing over 400 roles, including an average of two or three in each play.
Frequently played the "other man" in romances and comedies, and he was often fleeced by leading men like Cary Grant
to get to the female lead.