Sylvia Field
(Movies & TV)
Harpo Marx
(Movies & TV)
David Belasco
(Movies & TV)
Gary Cooper
(Movies & TV)
Gladys Bronwyn Stern
(Movies & TV)
Leonardo Cimino
(Movies & TV)

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Ernest Truex

Knowledge Identifier: +Ernest_Truex


Ernest Truex

American actor of stage and film add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1889.

Countries: United States (83%), United Kingdom (17%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Sylvia Field, Harpo Marx, David Belasco

Linked to: American Broadcasting Company, CBS




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Ernest Truex was born in 1889 add something


His Broadway debut came in 1908 and he performed in several David Belasco plays and portrayed the titled role in the 1915 musical "Very Good Eddie" add something


He made his film debut in 1913, but did not work in film full time for another twenty years add something


His first wife was Julia Mills with whom he had two sons, Philip in 1920 and James in 1922 add something


In 1934, Truex directed, co-produced, and starred in the play "Sing and Whistle", which co-starred actress Sylvia Field who would later become his third wife upon his divorce from Mary Jane Barrett add something


Leonardo Cimino - In 1936, at the age of 18, he made his professional stage debut in a supporting role in the world premiere of Gladys Bronwyn Stern's "Middle Man" in Suffern, New York, New York which starred actor Ernest Truex


In the 1939 "The Adventures of Marco Polo", he played Marco Polo's comical assistant, opposite Gary Cooper add something


Sylvia Field - In 1941, she married actor Ernest Truex, to whom she remained married until Truex's death in 1973


Philip had an acting career until the early 1950s add something


" From 1953 to 1954, he co-starred with a young Brandon deWilde in "Jamie" on ABC add something


Sylvia Field - The show, which aired until 1955, co-starred Field's real-life husband Ernest Truex


In 1960, Truex appeared with Harpo Marx in the episode "Silent Panic" of CBS's anthology series "The DuPont Show with June Allyson add something


Harpo Marx - In 1960, he appeared with Ernest Truex in an episode of "The DuPont Show with June Allyson" entitled "A Silent Panic"

Ernest Truex died in 1973 add something


On June 26, 1973, Truex died of a heart attack at the age of 83 add something