|Born||in Freeport, Illinois, USA|
|Died||in Los Angeles, California, USA (heart condition)|
|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
Alfred worked a number of different jobs, newspaper reporter, newspaper editor, magazine editor, publicist, customs collections and was at one time, head of the Los Angeles Police Department.
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Alfred Cohn moved to Cleveland, where he got a newspaper job. After getting married, he moved to Galveston, Texas, to run a newspaper. He then moved to Arizona, where he served as secretary to the constitutional convention of Arizona when it was admitted as a state in 1912.
Eventually, he moved to Hollywood and began writing scripts, completing a total of over 100 during his lifetime. He then went on to become head collector for the Port of Los Angeles, and became Commissioner of Police. He also wrote several books, some garnering best-selling labels.
His wife Grace (whom he married in Cleveland) and he had three children: Dorothy, Jackson, and Adrienne. Grace died in the 1940s from dropsy, and he from a heart condition in the early 1950s.
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|Hazel Lent||(? - ?) (3 children)|