10 wins & 18 nominations.
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Dr. Eugene Norland Ferguson
Joe Adams -posing as Joe Bascopolous
Appeared (as "Cary Lockwood"; billed as "Archie Leach") in "Nikki" on Broadway. Musical/comedy. Based on a book by John Monk Saunders
. Staged by William B. Friedlander. Longacre Theatre (moved to George M. Cohan's Theatre on 19 Oct 1931 to close): 29 Sept 1931-31 Oct 1931 (39 performances). Cast included: Louis Jean Heydt
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Mr. Cary Grant | Archibald Leach
6' 1½" (1.87 m)
Did You Know?
] is waiting a long time at a trolley car stop. He's the first in line of what turns out to be a huge crowd. The trolley finally arrives, he's the first one on, but then the crowd behind him surges through the door and pushes him right through the door on the other side. And that's a lot like what Hollywood is like. When you're a young man, Douglas Fairbanks
Sr. is driving.
Held a press conference announcing his retirement from acting early in 1953, saying he was very angry over Hollywood's treatment of director Charles Chaplin
, who had recently been blacklisted for his liberal political beliefs.
Roles in romantic comedies