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Harold 'Red' Grange (1903–1991)

Harold 'Red' Grange was born on June 13, 1903 in Forksville, Pennsylvania, USA as Harold Edward Grange. He was an actor, known for 1959 Army-Navy Game (1959), 1954 Cotton Bowl (1954) and 1958 Sugar Bowl (1958). He was married to Margaret Hazelberg. He died on January 28, 1991 in Lake Wales, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

1959 Army-Navy Game
1959 Army-Navy Game Himself - Color Commentator
1954 Cotton Bowl
1954 Cotton Bowl Himself - Color Commentator
1958 Sugar Bowl
1958 Sugar Bowl Himself - Color Commentator
1960 Sugar Bowl
1960 Sugar Bowl Himself - Color Commentator


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 1927 A Racing Romeo
Red Walden
 1926 One Minute to Play
Red Wade (as Red Grange)
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Profiled as one of the "Pioneers of Sport" in a print ad campaign for Pioneer stereos and audio equipment.

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5 Print Biographies | See more »

Alternate Names:

'Red' Grange | Red Grange


6' (1.83 m)

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Personal Quote:

[on appearing in movies] I don't want to play a sheik part. This business of lollygagging around with a girl most of the time is not in my line. I can do all the rough work on the gridiron, but I want to do very little in the parlor.


Uniform number 77 retired by the Bears. See more »


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