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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 1884Ireland
Date of Death 16 November 1923Norwalk, California, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Irish comic actor Paddy McGuire born in 1884, became a star in American musical comedy theatre and burlesque from the mid 1900's. A Great comic character who was best remembered in many of Charlie Chaplin's short movies in 1915-16, such as 'The Champion' 'The Tramp' and 'Shanghaied' and many more, followed by a chance to star in his own comedies the 'Bungling Bill' series for the Vogue Film Company in 1916. from 1917 he was often supporting in many comedies for Ben Turpin, Chester Conklin and Ford Sterling est. His last appearance on screen was 'A Broadway Cowboy' a western/comedy directed by Joseph Franz and starring William Desmond for the Jesse D. Hampton studios in 1920. Sadly in 1923 age 38 he died in Norwalk, California

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Paul Rothwell-Smith

Trivia (1)

Silent screen comedy supporting actor, with Mutual, Fox and Triangle from the mid-1910's.

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