|Born||in Rock Island, Illinois, USA|
|Died||in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California, USA (pneumonia)|
|Birth Name||Edward Albert Heimberger|
|Height||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
A graduate of the University of Minnesota, Eddie Albert was a circus trapeze flier before becoming a stage and radio actor. He made his film debut in 1938 and has worked steadily since, often cast as the friendly, good-natured buddy of the hero but occasionally being cast as a villain; one of his most memorable roles was as the cowardly, glory-seeking army officer in Robert Aldrich's World War 2 film, Attack (1956).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: email@example.com
Eddie Albert's television career is the earliest of any other American performer. It began years before electronic television was introduced to the public. In June of 1936 Eddie appeared in RCA/NBC's first private live performance for their radio licensees in New York City. This was very early experimental all electronic television system. Due to the primitive nature of these early cameras it was necessary for him to apply heavy make-up and endure tremendous heat from studio lighting. The basic makeup was green toned with purple lipstick for optimal image transmission by RCA's iconoscope pick up cameras. Since television was experimental Eddie Albert applied his own make-up and even wrote the script for this performance. His co-star was Grace Bradt.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Steve Restelli
|Margo||(5 December 1945 - 17 July 1985) ( her death) ( 2 children)|