Appeared (as "Melville Tuttle") in "A Man's Man" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Patrick Kearney
. Directed by Edward T. Goodman. 52nd Street Theatre: 13 Oct 1925-Jan 1926 (closing date unknown/120 performances). Cast: Clarke Billings, Olga Brent, Marienne Francks, Robert Gleckler
(as "Charlie Groff"), Arthur Hughes, Josephine
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5' 6½" (1.69 m)
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[in the 1930s, regarding his typecasting] If God is good, I will be able to play comedy, in which I was featured on Broadway for eight seasons, and in which no producer of motion pictures will give me a chance! And, please, God, may it be before I go screwy playing idiots, half-wits and lunatics on the talking screen!
Often portrayed deeply mentally disturbed individuals or ones with excessive oddities
The Man with the Thousand-Watt Stare