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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 23 July 1946New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Date of Death 23 September 1985Virginia, USA  (plane crash)

Mini Bio (1)

Larry Shue, a promising young middle-aged actor and playwright, had his career cut short at the age of 39 by the crash of a commuter plane. He left behind a small published body of plays, including two crowd-pleasing comedies that are staples of community theatre repertory. His acting credits include stage (New York and regional), television, and film appearances. He won two Obies and two New York Drama Critics Awards.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: David L. Gorsline <nouveau@cais.com>

Spouse (1)

Linda Faye Wilson (7 September 1968 - 1977) (divorced)

Trivia (1)

Larry Shue was capable of a good English accent; he applied it when he often played the character Sergeant Froggy LeSueur in "The Foreigner".

Personal Quotes (1)

He attended school with Richard Jenkins and worked with James Pickering frequently, according to an interview of February 20, 2009. Shue dedicated his published play, "The Nerd," to Pickering.

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