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Brad Morrow
Morrow in Cause for Alarm! (1951)
Bradley Steven Mora

(1942-05-12)May 12, 1942
DiedNovember 7, 1997(1997-11-07) (aged 55)
Resting placeEden Memorial Park Cemetery
Other namesBradley Mora
Years active1950–1963
Marilyn Keenberg
(m. 1965)

Brad Morrow, (born Bradley Steven Mora; May 12, 1942 – November 7, 1997)[1] also known as Bradley Mora, was a child actor who appeared on Broadway, in film and on television beginning at the age of two.

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Morrow was spotted in New York by MGM and appeared in films during the 1950s. He worked for Disney where he was cast as a Mousketeer before being pulled from the project to appear in Disney's Spin and Marty series. As a young adult, he changed his name to Morrow and toured with the stage productions of both West Side Story and The Diary of Anne Frank. In 1961, he appeared in the final episode of the television police drama The Asphalt Jungle.[1]

Later life and death

After his acting career ended, he married Marilyn Keenberg in 1965.[1] Morrow later went into business management and was president of CII Premium Finance in Burbank, California, when he resigned because of ill health and died of cancer a year later at the age of 55. He is buried in Eden Memorial Park Cemetery in Mission Hills, California.[2]


  1. ^ a b c Erickson, Hal. "Brad Morrow". AllMovie. Retrieved February 9, 2014.
  2. ^ Resting Places: The Burial Places of 14,000 Famous Persons, by Scott Wilson

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