Fredric March

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Fredric March
Fredric March
Fredric March in 1939
Birthday/Birthplace Ernest Frederick McIntyre Bickel
(1897-08-31)August 31, 1897
Racine, Wisconsin, U.S.
Deceased April 14, 1975(1975-04-14)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Cause of death Prostate cancer
Profession(s) Actor
Active Years 1921–1973
Wife/Husband Ellis Baker (m. 1921–27) (divorced)
Florence Eldridge (m. 1927–75) (his death) 2 children

Fredric March Short Bio

Frederic March ( Ernest Frederick McIntyre Bickel : Racine, Wisconsin, August 31, 1897 – Los Angeles, April 14, 1975) was a winning American actor of two Oscars.

Born in Racine, Wisconsin, he went to Winslow Elementary School, Racine High School and the University of Wisconsin where he was a member of the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. He began his career as a banker, but in 1920 he began working as an extra in films shot in New York, using the apócope of his mother, Marcher. In 1926, he appears in Broadway plays and, shortly after, signs a contract with Paramount Pictures.

His first cinematographic title of certain relief and where he already acquires a leading role, comes to him from the hands of the director Dorothy Arzner that grants him a character of relief in the film La loca orgía (1929). His good interpretation opens wide the doors of success. March got an Oscar nomination in 1931 for The Royal Family of Broadway, in which he plays a role inspired by John Barrymore. The statuette would win it a year later for The Man and the Monster, and for the second time in 1946 for The Best Years of our Life. In 1954, March would present the 26th edition of the ceremony.

March was one of the few actors who managed to resist a long-term contract with the studios and was able to act freely and choose roles for films other than Paramount.

At the same time, he was working on Broadway and Hollywood, which explains why his screen career was not as prolific as it could have been. March, however, won two Tony Awards for best actor: in 1947 for the work Years Ago, written by Ruth Gordon; and in 1957 for Eugene O’Neill’s Broadway production, Long Day’s Journey Into Night.

In addition, March had the honor of being the first Willy Loman in the work of his friend Arthur Miller, The Death of a Salesman (1951). Later, March played Willy Loman in the film production that Columbia Pictures made in 1951, directed by László Benedek.

When March was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1972, it seemed that his career was over. Even so, March gave the audience a final masterpiece in The Iceman Cometh (1973) with Robert Ryan who was also diagnosed with terminal cancer. Fredric March would die in Los Angeles, California, at the age of 77. The actor has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located at 1616 Vine Street.

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