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Irving Lahrheim

Born: 1895 AD
Died: 1967 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Actors, Comedians

1895 – Born in New York City on the 13th of August.

1927 – He debuted in on Broadway in Harry Delmar’s Revels.

1928-1929 – Lahr had his first major success in a stage musical playing the prize fighter hero of Hold Everything.

1930 – "Flying High".

1932 – Florenz Ziegfeld’s Hot-Cha!

1936 – The Show Is On.

1939 – He co-starred with Ethel Merman in DuBarry Was a Lady.

1950 – Lahr supplied the voice of an animated bloodhound in "Old Whiff".

1954 – Lahr occasionally appeared on television, including NBC’s live version of the Cole Porter musical "Let’s Face It" and an appearance as the mystery guest on "What’s My Line?"

1956 – He costarred in a much-praised version of Waiting for Godot at the Coconut Grove Playhouse in Miami, Florida in which he played Estragon to Tom Ewell’s Vladimir.

1967 – Lahr died on the 4th of December of pneumonia in New York City.