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Earle Larrimore

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Earle Larrimore
Born
Eugene Earle Larimore

(1899-08-02)August 2, 1899
DiedOctober 22, 1947(1947-10-22) (aged 48)
OccupationActor
Spouse(s)
(m. 1932; div. 1942)

Earle Larrimore (born Eugene Earle Larimore; August 2, 1899 — October 22, 1947) was an American stage and film actor.

Biography

Larrimore was born in Portland, Oregon,[1] in 1899. He was a cousin of actress Laura Hope Crews. He began his career as a stage actor, appearing on Broadway in various plays, such as Made in America (1925), and The Love City (1926).[2] In 1932, he starred opposite Ruth Gordon in William Cotton's The Bride the Sun Shines On at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts, and as Orin Mannon in the original Broadway production of Mourning Becomes Electra.[3] The same year, Larrimore married actress Selena Royle. He starred opposite Tallulah Bankhead in the Broadway production of Dark Victory in 1934.[2]

In 1935, Larrimore and Royle formed the University Players repertory company at the Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C.[4] Larrimore and Royle eventually divorced in 1942. Larrimore died in New York City on October 22, 1947.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1926 The Kick-Off Frank Preston
1928 Inspiration Jimmie

Stage credits

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1925 Made in America Bill Pickering Cort Theatre [2]
1926 The Love City Richard Cavendish Little Theatre [2]
1926 Nirvana Bill Weed Greenwich Village Theatre [2]
1926 Ned McCobb's Daughter George Callahan John Golden Theatre
1926 Juarez and Maximilian Stephen Herzfield Guild Theatre [2]
1926–1927 The Silver Cord Robert John Golden Theatre [2]
1927 The Second Man Alistin Lowe Guild Theatre [2]
1928 Strange Interlude Sam Evans John Golden Theatre [2]
1928 Man's Estate Jerry Jordan Biltmore Theatre [2]
1930 Marco Millions Marco Polo Liberty Theatre [2]
1930 Volpone Mosca Liberty Theatre [2]
1930 Hotel Universe Norman Ross Martin Beck Theatre [2]
1931 Mélo Pierre Belcroix Ethel Barrymore Theatre [2]
1931 The Second Man Cape Playhouse (Dennis, Massachusetts)
1931 A Church Mouse Cape Playhouse (Dennis, Massachusetts)
1931 The Bride the Sun Shines On Cape Playhouse (Dennis, Massachusetts)
1932 Mourning Becomes Electra Orin Mannon Guild Theatre [2]
1932–1933 Biography Richard Kurt Guild Theatre [2]
1934 Days Without End John Henry Miller's Theatre [2]
1934 Too Many Boats Captain "Cork" Coates Playhouse Theatre [2]
1934 Dark Victory Dr. Frederick Steele Plymouth Theatre [2]
1935 It's You I Want Sheridan Delaney Cort Theatre [2]
1935 To See Ourselves Michael Dennison Ethel Barrymore Theatre [2]
1935 As Husbands Go Berkshire Theatre Festival [5]
1935 Abide With Me Henry Marsden Ritz Theatre [2]
1946–1947 The Iceman Cometh Willie Oban Martin Beck Theatre [2]

References

  1. ^ Oregon, End of the Trail. Best Books. 1940. p. 123. ISBN 978-1-623-76036-6.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w "Earle Larrimore". Internet Broadway Database. Archived from the original on September 16, 2019. Retrieved September 16, 2019.
  3. ^ Digital Collections, The New York Public Library. "(still image) Earle Larimore as Orin Mannon, (1931)". The New York Public Library, Astor, Lennox, and Tilden Foundation. Retrieved September 16, 2019.
  4. ^ Brugger, Robert J. (1996). Maryland, A Middle Temperament: 1634-1980. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press. p. 525. ISBN 978-0-801-85465-1.
  5. ^ "Ethel Barrymore Will Be At Playhouse This Week". The Berkshire Eagle. Pittsfield, Massachusetts. June 11, 1935. p. 6 – via Newspapers.com.

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