Charlie Chaplin, Jackie Coogan (The kid). Verlag Ross /3. Budapest Árumintavásár So. Stpl, Gelaufene Gross-Auktion, Ansichtskarten. Jackie Coogan (* Oktober als John Leslie Cooper in Los Angeles; † 1. März in Santa Monica) war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. John Leslie Coogan ( Oktober - 1. März ) war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Komiker, der seine Filmkarriere als.
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Jackie Coogan war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Durch seinen Auftritt neben Charlie Chaplin in The Kid wurde er zu einem der ersten Kinderstars der Filmgeschichte. Jackie Coogan (* Oktober als John Leslie Coogan in Los Angeles; † 1. März in Santa Monica) war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. das Licht der Welt – sein Vater war der als "Big Jack" bekannte Schauspieler und Varieté-Tänzer John Henry Coogan Jr. ( – ), die Mutter Lillian ( –. Jackie Coogan (* Oktober als John Leslie Cooper in Los Angeles; † 1. März in Santa Monica) war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler. Der Schauspieler Jackie Coogan wurde der erste Kinderstar der Filmgeschichte. Innerhalb weniger Jahre verdiente er über 4 Millionen Dollar, und das in den. Jackie Coogan (* Jackie Coogan wurde als Sohn des Schauspieler-Ehepaares John Henry Coogan Jr. (–) und Lilian Coogan (–). Finden Sie perfekte Stock-Fotos zum Thema Jackie Coogan sowie redaktionelle Newsbilder von Getty Images. Wählen Sie aus erstklassigen Inhalten zum.
John Leslie Coogan ( Oktober - 1. März ) war ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Komiker, der seine Filmkarriere als. Jackie Coogan eigentlich John Leslie Coogan Jr. wurde am Oktober in Los Angeles, Kalifornien USA geboren. Er gilt als der Erste Kinderstar der. Charlie Chaplin, Jackie Coogan (The kid). Verlag Ross /3. Budapest Árumintavásár So. Stpl, Gelaufene Gross-Auktion, Ansichtskarten.
Rogue's Gallery. The Phantom of Hollywood. Sherlock Holmes in New York. Halloween with the New Addams Family. Heckyl and Mr. The Prey.
Damon Runyon Theater. The People's Choice. The Red Skelton Hour. Alfred Hitchcock Presents. The Loretta Young Show. General Electric Theater.
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet. The Ann Sothern Show. Shirley Temple's Storybook. The Best of the Post. The Americans.
The Andy Griffith Show. Perry Mason. Follow the Sun. The Joey Bishop Show. McKeever and the Colonel. The Dick Powell Theater. The Addams Family. In his teens, he starred in the film Tom Sawyer and the film Huckleberry Finn.
After Coogan's father's death, his mother and stepfather refused to give him the money he earned in the s. This helped future young actors and actresses by putting a portion of their earnings in a protected trust fund.
Coogan enlisted in the U. Army where he served as a pilot in the China-Burma-India sector. He still struggled with money, especially after never getting his salary from his early working years.
He had small roles in a film, guest appearances on TV, or one-night performances including leading a piece orchestra.
It wasn't until when he came to his next big gig, The Addams Family. He played the outlandish Uncle Fester. Jackie Coogan continued working even after The Addams Family was canceled.
From guest appearances on TV series to lending his voice to an animated version of The Addams Family, Coogan took on numerous roles with over a hundred acting credits to his name.
Jackie Coogan is known to television viewers best as Uncle Fester, but he was also the inspiration for The Coogan Act so that other children who gain income could claim their earnings.
Today there are Coogan accounts for child actors, athletes, or any other type of performer that earns their own money.
Jackie Coogan married a model and actress Betty Grable in By the s, he would be in two completely different television series, but both were comedies.
The first one was McKeever and the Colonel , where he played Sgt. Barnes in a military school from to After that, he would continue making appearances on a number of television shows and a handful of movies.
He died of a heart attack in Sign In. Edit Jackie Coogan. Showing all 57 items. Son of Jack Coogan Sr. Older brother of Robert Coogan.
Grandfather of actor Keith Coogan. In , at age 21, he had the traumatic experience of losing his father, Jack Coogan Sr. Durkin died almost instantly at the scene, and Coogan Sr.
Jackie, though badly injured, was the sole survivor of the accident. He would later call it the single saddest day of his life. Although he eventually reconciled with his mother and stepfather after the lawsuit over his earnings, things were never the same, and his advice to future child stars was "stay away from mothers.
Always considered his proudest moment his reunion with Charles Chaplin. Coogan was one of several people on hand to greet Chaplin when he arrived at Los Angeles International Airport.
After greeting the other members of the party with perfunctory handshakes, Chaplin, immediately recognized Coogan whom he hadn't seen in decades , warmly embraced him, saying, "You know, I think I would rather see you than anybody else.
After the series ended in , he never lacked work again, with numerous television and film appearances, although most of these were only small parts.
After money problems with his parents, he helped to organize and get passed in law the Coogan Bill, which protected child actors from such abuse in the future.
Smith, pp. New York: Facts on File, ISBN He was engaged to stunning actress Toby Wing in When approached for autographs while dating her he would often write inscriptions backward to impress her, more or less confusing the autograph seeker.
They eventually broke up over differences in their temperaments, just adding to being probably the single worst year of his life given his father's death and mother's refusal to pay out his childhood earnings.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, Was engaged to starlet Toby Wing during much of The two broke up when Coogan went into a depression complicated by alcohol abuse after discovering his mother and stepfather squandered his childhood fortune.
In The Addams Family , a hardware shop was named "Coogan's" in his honor. It was reported that Coogan participated in the notorious lynching of Hart's killers.
During the mid-'30s he led a piece orchestra on a tour of one-night stands. His parents, Lillian and John Coogan were seasoned career vaudevillians who first presented Jackie to stage audiences at 16 months.
Olympic medalist Duke Kahanamoku was his swimming instructor. Coogan enlisted in the Army in March After the attack on Pearl Harbor, he requested a transfer to the US Army Air Force as a glider pilot because of his civilian flying experience.
After graduating from glider school, he was made a flight officer and volunteered for hazardous duty with the 1st Air Commando Group.