Jackie Cooper

Jackie Cooper
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Jackie Cooper
Jackie Cooper
Cooper in 1956.
Birthday/Birthplace John Cooper, Jr.
(1922-09-15)September 15, 1922
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Deceased May 3, 2011(2011-05-03)
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
Resting place Arlington National Cemetery
Profession(s) Actor
Active Years 1929–1990
Wife/Husband June Horne
(m. 1944–1949; divorced)
Hildy Parks
(m. 1950–1951; divorced)
Barbara Rae Kraus
(m. 1954–2009; her death)
Kid(s) 4

Jackie Cooper (September 15, 1922 – May 3, 2011) was an Oscar nominee, Emmy Award-winning television director, and television producer. He was a child actor who managed to make the transition to adult career.

Jackie_Cooper’s Biography

John Cooper, Jr. was born in Los Angeles, California. His father, John Cooper, left the family when Jackie was two years old. His mother, Mabel Leonard Bigelow, was a pianist, and former child actress. His paternal uncle, Jack Leonard, was a screenwriter, and his maternal aunt, Julie Leonard, was an actress married to director Norman Taurog. His stepfather, CJ Bigelow, was the producer of a studio.

Acting career start

Cooper in the movie Broadway to Hollywood (1933).

Cooper appeared for the first time in the short Boxing Gloves in 1929, one of the comedies of The Gang. He signed a three-year contract that would end in 1932. Initially he was only a supporting character in 1929, but by the early 1930s he had done so well with the transition to sound films that he had become an important character. He was the main character of the episodes The First Seven Years, When the wind hits, and others. Her most notable shorts explored her infatuation with Miss Crabtree, the school teacher played by June Marlowe, which includes the trilogy of short films Teacher’s Pet, School’s Out, and Love Business.

Other film studios liked Cooper’s work and in the spring of 1931, he signed with Paramount. His first role outside The Gang was in 1931, when Norman Taurog hired him as a star in Skippy, for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor – the youngest actor ever nominated (at the age of 9) for an Oscar as Best Actor -.

The film catapulted young Cooper to stardom. Producer Hal Roach sold Jackie’s contract to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in mid-1931, because he felt the young man would have a better future in feature films. He then began a long relationship on the screen with the actor Wallace Beery in films like The Champ (1931), The Bowery (1933), Treasure Island (1934), and O’Shaughnessy’s Boy (1935). A legion of fans and film critics have praised the relationship between the two as an example of the magic of classical cinema. However, Cooper later revealed that Beery was a violent drunk who disliked the people he worked with. Cooper said that Beery mistreated him and that he was one of the cruelest people he had ever met.

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