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John Carradine, better known by the Family name John Carradine, was a popular Actor. he was born on February 5, 1906, in United-States John Carradine started his career as Actor in 1930 when John Carradine was just 24 Years old. Soon, he became more successful in his profession within a limited period of time, where he influenced people on the bases of his career and earned a lot of fame. After a while, his career completed a full circle as he gained more importance. John Carradine went famous for his performance in his own country U.S. as well as in other countries.

John Carradine Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Carradine was born in New York City, the son of William Reed Carradine, a correspondent for the Associated Press, and his wife, Dr. Genevieve Winnifred Richmond, a surgeon.[1][2] William Carradine was the son of evangelical author Beverly Carradine. The family lived in Peekskill and Kingston, New York.[3] William Carradine died from tuberculosis when his son John was two years old. Carradine’s mother then married “a Philadelphia paper manufacturer named Peck, who thought the way to bring up someone else’s boy was to beat him every day just on general principle.”[4] Carradine attended the Christ Church School in Kingston[3] and the Episcopal Academy in Merion Station, Pennsylvania, where he developed his diction and his memory skills from portions of the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer as a punishment.[4]

Carradine’s son David claimed his father ran away when he was 14 years old. He later returned, as he studied sculpture at Philadelphia’s Graphic Arts Institute.[3] Carradine lived with his maternal uncle, Peter Richmond, in New York City for a while, working in the film archives of the public library. David said that while still a teenager, his father went to Richmond, Virginia, to serve as an apprentice to Daniel Chester French, the sculptor who created the statue of Abraham Lincoln for the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. He traveled for a time, supporting himself painting portraits. “If the sitter was satisfied, the price was $2.50,” he once said. “It cost him nothing if he thought it was a turkey. I made as high as $10 to $15 a day.”[1] During this time, he was arrested for vagrancy. While in jail, Carradine was beaten, suffering a broken nose that did not set correctly. This contributed to “the look that would become world famous.”[4]

David Carradine said, “My dad told me that he saw a production of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice when he was 11 years old and decided right then what he wanted to do with his life”.[4] He made his stage debut in 1925 in New Orleans in a production of Camille and worked for a time in a New Orleans Shakespeare company.[3] Carradine joined a tent repertory theater under the management of R. D. MaClean, who became his mentor. In 1927, he took a job escorting a shipment of bananas from Dallas, Texas, to Los Angeles,[3] where he eventually picked up some theater work under the name of Peter Richmond, in homage to his uncle. He became friends with John Barrymore, and began working for Cecil B. DeMille as a set designer. Carradine, however, did not have the job long. “DeMille noticed the lack of Roman columns in my sketches,” Carradine said. “I lasted two weeks.”[3] Once DeMille heard his baritone voice, however, he hired him to do voice-overs. Carradine said, “the great Cecil B. DeMille saw an apparition – me – pass him by, reciting the gravedigger’s lines from ‘Hamlet’, and he instructed me to report to him the following day.”[1] He became a member of DeMille’s stock company and his voice was heard in several DeMille pictures, including The Sign of the Cross.

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 John Carradine Net Worth

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 John Carradine: Age, Height & Weight

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John Carradine Death: and Cause of Death

On November 27, 1988, John Carradine died of non-communicable disease. At the time of his death, he was 82 years old. At the time of his death he survived by his large extended friends and family.

John Carradine Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Carradine was married four times. He married his first wife, Ardanelle Abigail McCool (January 25, 1911 – January 26, 1989), in 1935. She was the mother of Bruce and David.[3] John adopted Bruce, Ardanelle’s son from a previous marriage. John had planned a large family, but according to the autobiography of his son David, after Ardanelle had had a series of miscarriages, Carradine discovered that she had had repeated “coat hanger” abortions, without his knowledge, which rendered her unable to carry a baby to full term.[4] After only three years of marriage, Ardanelle Carradine filed for divorce, but the couple remained married for another five years.[10]

They divorced in 1944, when David was seven years old. Carradine left California to avoid court action in the alimony settlement.[11][12][13] After the couple engaged in a series of court battles involving child custody and alimony, which at one point landed Carradine in jail,[12] David joined his father in New York City. By this time, his father had remarried. For the next few years, David was shuffled among boarding schools, foster homes, and reform school.[14]

Carradine married Sonia Sorel (May 18, 1921 – September 24, 2004), who had appeared with him in Bluebeard (1944) immediately following his divorce from Ardanelle in 1945. Sonia, who had adopted the stage name of Sorel, was the daughter of San Francisco brewer, Henry Henius, granddaughter of biochemist Max Henius, and a great-niece of the historian Johan Ludvig Heiberg.[15] Together, Carradine and Sonia had three sons, Christopher, Keith, and Robert. Their divorce in 1957[15] was followed by an acrimonious custody battle, which resulted in their sons being placed in a home for abused children as wards of the court. Keith Carradine said of the experience, “It was like being in jail. There were bars on the windows, and we were only allowed to see our parents through glass doors. It was very sad. We would stand there on either side of the glass door crying”.[16]

John Carradine Biography

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John

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John Carradine

Complete Family Name

John Carradine

Date of Birth

February 5, 1906

Birth Day

August 13

Birth Years

1906

Birth Place

United-States

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Nationality

American

Race

White

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White

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Pisces

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Actor

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1930–1988

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1930

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he was only 24 Years old when he started his career as Actor

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