Paul Douglas Fleischer was an American actor.
|Born:||Paul Douglas Fleischer, 11, 1907, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
|Died:||11, 1959, Hollywood, California, U.S.|
|Spouse(s):||Elizabeth Farnum, (m. 19, div. 19?), Susie Wells, (m. 19, div. 19?)|
|IMDb:||Paul Douglas (actor)’s IMDb|
About Paul Douglas
Character actor who typically played large, boorish, characters in dozens of films. In 1951, he appeared in Angels in the Outfield, and in 1959, he played a role in The Mating Game.
He was an aspiring actor in school, and for a brief while played professional football. He became a popular sportscaster and then became an actor on Broadway.
Despite having no reputation in Hollywood before he was a recognizable star, he was already unafraid to turn down movie parts that did not meet his standards.
He was married five times, and once married Virginia Field.
He refused to play a role in the Clark Gable film, Any Number Can Play becace he and Gable had an earlier unresolved tiff over a woman.
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- Clarence Derwent Award winners
- Theatre World Award winners
- Donaldson Award winners
- 20th Century Fox contract players
- Male actors from Philadelphia
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