Victor Moore

Victor Frederick Moore (February 24, 1876 – July 23, 1962) was an American actor of stage and screen, as well as a comedian, writer, and director. He was married twice – first to actress Emma Littlefield from 1902 until her death on June 25, 1934, and then to Shirley Paige in 1942. The marriage was not announced for a year and a half. At the time of the announcement, Moore was 67 years old and Paige was 22. They remained married until Victor Moore's death 20 years later. He had three children with his first wife: Victor, Junior (born 1910), Ora (born 1919), and Robert (born 1921). Victor Moore made his film debut in 1915. He starred in three films that year, two of which were directed by Cecil B. DeMille - Chimmie Fadden and Chimmie Fadden Out West. He appeared in over 50 films and 21 Broadway shows. His first appearance was on Broadway in Rosemary (1896). He also appeared in George M. Cohan's Forty-five Minutes from Broadway, which opened January 1, 1906, and its sequel, The Talk of New York (1907).



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