Appeared (as "Pylades") in "Daughters of Atreus" on Broadway. Written by Robert Turney. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner
. Directed by Frederic McConnell. 44th Street Theatre: 14 Oct 1936-Oct 1936 (closing date unknown/13 performances). Cast: Barbara Adams, John Boruff
(as "Vortigern"), Sidney Bryson, Richard Burdette, Eileen Burns...
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Edmund O'Brien | Sgt. Edmond O'Brien
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Did You Know?
Versatility is a dangerous thing. It's very satisfying to portray many types of roles, but often your own identity gets lost. Seldom does a producer say, "This is an Eddie O'Brien part." On the other hand, while the rewards may be great in fame and financially for stars, the work becomes monotonous. No actor who plays himself is a happy person.
Appeared older than his actual age, often being cast as "old coots" when he was only in his 40s.
Inquisitive demeanor, was often cast as writers and/or reporters