Everett Sloane

Everett Sloane


Everett Sloane
TV: South side of the 6200 block of Hollywood Boulevard
Born Oct. 1, 1909 in New York, NY
Died Aug. 6, 1965 of suicide in Los Angeles, CA

Actor Everett Sloane made his stage debut at age 7 as Puck in his school's production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream."

A native New Yorker, Sloane was born Oct. 1, 1909, and once told an interviewer, "I never got the idea of becoming an actor until I was about 2 years old."

He would go on to star in films and TV shows until his death from an apparent overdose of sleeping pills Aug. 6, 1965.

His motion picture credits included "Prince of Foxes," "The Men," "Bird of Paradise" and "The Enforcer."

He is also widely known for "Citizen Kane," "Lady From Shanghai" and a "Twilight Zone" episode called "The Fever" in which he's chased by a slot machine.

Sloane performed on Broadway and in several radio dramas early in his career. He made his Broadway debut in 1935 in "Boy Meets Girl" and followed that with roles in "Three Men on a Horse" and "All That Glitters."

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