Appeared (as "Joe Gordon"; final Broadway role) in "The Ghost Writer" on Broadway. Written by Martin Mooney
. Scenic Design by Cirker & Robbins. Directed by Jo Graham
. Theatre Masque: 19 Jun 1933-Jul 1933 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Mary Arden (as "Kitty"), Anthony Blair (as "Duffy"), Peggy Conklin
(as "Peggy ...
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To tell you the truth, I don't give much thought to television as a field of endeavor. It's a place - an art let's call it - where I'm making a livelihood. If something happens to television, I'll tend bar, something I enjoy doing.
By almost all accounts, Frawley's off-screen personality was not all that much different from his on-screen one. A notorious misanthrope, with a failed marriage behind him and a fondness for the bottle, he lived in the same bachelor apartment for most of his years in Hollywood.
Played numerous sarcastic characters throughout his career.