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Played Agatha Christie's detective Hercule Poirot (complete with French accent) on a 1940s radio series.

(1930- 1945). Active on Broadway in the following productions:

(1930). Stage Play: A Farewell to Arms. Drama.

(1930). Stage Play: First Night. Drama. Written by Fred Rath [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Milton Stiefel. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 26 Nov 1930- Feb 1931 (closing date unknown/86 performances). Cast: Donald Blackwell (as "Stanley Reid"), William Bonelli (as "Bartlett Harvey"), Edith Broder (as "Irene Barnes") [Broadway debut], Tom Burton (as "Joe"), Jack Clifford (as "Berg"), Edwin Cushman (as "Warden Ross"), Britton Diller (as "Second Reporter"), Emily Graham (as "Joan Reid"), Richard N. Gregg (as "George"), Al Guin (as "Hogan"), Alf Helton (as "Barnes"), Harold Huber (as "Frank Pisano"), Spencer Kimbell (as "First Reporter/Sharpe"), George MacQuarrie (as "Inspector Owens"), Ronnee Madson (as "Betty"), Louis E. Miller (as "Connelly"), John F. Morrissey (as "Governor Moore"), Perry Norman (as "Convict"), Walter Powers (as "Larry"), Robert C. Schnitzer (as "Hicks"), Phil M. Sheridan (as "Kerr"), Frank Stringfellow (as "Third Reporter"), Henry Wadsworth (as "Robert Martin"), Wallace Widdicombe [credited as Wallace Widdecombe] (as "The Duke"), Salvatore Zito (as "Rizzo"). Produced by Richard Herndon.

(1931). Stage Play: Two Seconds. Tragedy. Written by Elliott Lester. Staged by Egon Brecher. Directed by Alexander Leftwich. Ritz Theatre: 9 Oct 1931- Nov 1931 (closing date unknown/49 performances). Cast: Blythe Daly, Dale Dardner, Preston Foster (as "Bud Clark"), Joe Graham, William Green, Edna Howard, Harold Huber (as "Tony Scafidi"), Leonard Jerome, J. Gordon Kelly, Joseph A. Kramm (as "Student"), James Marr, Rhea Martin, Gordon McCracken, Katherine McHugh, Frank Miller, Victor Morgan, Edward Pawley (as "John Allen"), Harold Shackman, Phil M. Sheridan (as "A Bookie"), Paul Stewart (as "1st Reporter/2nd Detective") [Broadway debut], Ann Williams. Produced by Irving Lande and William Stephens.

(1930). Stage Play: First Night. Drama. Written by Fred Rath [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Milton Steifel. Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre: 26 Nov 1930- Feb 1931 (closing date unknown/86 performances). Cast: Donald Blackwell (as "Stanley Reid"), William Bonelli (as "Bartlett Harvey"), Edith Broder (as "Irene Barnes"), Tom Burton (as "Joe"), Jack Clifford (as "Berg"), Edwin Cushman (as "Warden Ross"), Britton Diller (as "Second Reporter"), Emily Graham (as "Joan Reid"), Richard N. Gregg (as "George"), Al Guin (as "Hogan"), Alf Helton (as "Barnes"), Harold Huber (as "Frank Pisano"), Spencer Kimball (as "First Reporter/Sharpe"), George MacQuarrie (as "Inspector Owens"), Ronnee Madson (as "Betty"), Louis E. Miller (as "Connelly"), John F. Morrissey (as "Governor Moore"), Perry Norman (as "Convict"), Walter Powers (as "Larry"), Robert C. Schnitzer (as "Hicks"), Phil M. Sheridan (as "Kerr"), Frank Stringfellow (as "Third Reporter"), Henry Wadsworth (as "Robert Martin"), Wallace Widdicombe [credited as Wallace Widdecombe] (as "The Duke"), Salvatore Zito (as "Rizzo"). Produced by Richard Herndon.

(1945). Stage Play: The Assassin.


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