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James Dunn

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James Dunn’s Biography

For a while James Dunn followed in the professional footsteps of his father, a stockbroker in New York. Later he began his artistic career doing his apprenticeship in vaudeville, before moving to the cinema at the end of the twenties to work as a generic in the New York studios of Paramount in Astoria. In 1931 he signed a contract with 20th Century Fox and attracted public and critical attention since his first film, Bad Girl (1931), directed by Frank Borzage.

Other films Dunn played during the 1930s, Society Girl (1932), in which the actor played a boxer distracted by his girlfriend (Peggy Shannon), alongside Spencer Tracy in part of his frustrated sports manager; and Hello, Sister! (1933), version inspired by Erich Von Stroheim’s film Walking Down Broadway. Dunn’s other achievements in the decade include the four films starring opposite Shirley Temple, The Triumph of Life (1933), Little Star (1934), Primo amore (1934) and The Airport Mascot (1934).

In the second half of the decade, Dunn’s career went into decline, also because of the actor’s battle against alcoholism. However, in 1945 his performance in A Tree Growing in Brooklyn earned him the Oscar award for best supporting actor, for the role of an alcoholic but good-natured Irish father, a dreamer capable of giving joy to those around him, although not a winner.

The return to success was however short-lived and for Dunn no further career prospects were realized. After 1950, he appeared in only three films, The Bed of Thorns (1960), The Adventures of a Young Man (1962) and Sunset of an Idol (1966), but continued to work for television until his death. From 1954 to 1956 he played the role of Earl Morgan, brother-in-law of the protagonist Amy Morgan (Frances Bavier) in the sitcom It’s at Great Life.

James Dunn Short biodata & net worth

Her/His Height 6 feet (183 cm)
Hair Color Dark brown
First Name James
Last Name Dunn
Middle Name Howard
AKA(s) Jimmy
Birthday 2 November, 1901
Place of Birth New York City, New York
Date Of Death 3 September, 1967 in Santa Monica, California
Death Cause Following Abdominal Surgery
Citizenship American
Ethnicity White
Orientation Straight
Job(s) Actor, Vaudeville performer

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