The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on April 24, 1964 · Page 21
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The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut · Page 21

Bridgeport, Connecticut
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Friday, April 24, 1964
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Somewhat dazed, clutching th« Oscar excitedly, Ed Begley did an unusual thing. In a brief acceptance speech he thanked--of all people--the agent who had gotten him the role. The gesture was typical of Begley, one of the kindest and best- liked performers in ihow business. "Gratitude means a very great df»l to me," he said at lunch the other day in a booming voice that made waiters snap to attention 20 feet away. They turned, siared then smiled at Begley, a seam-faced craggy-featured man who looks like a gent!* grizzly bear. "I have been helped by so many people along the way. They say someone has to giva you that first chance. Well, » lot of people gave me first chances." Begley leeU be Inherited MB acting ambitions from bi* fa- Uwr, · Kerry county Irishman who mlgraUd .to Hut- ford, Conn., mod became · hod. carrier, "My lather eould mimic any dialect and knew hundreds o.f Mags and itoriet. He loved to entertain people-- · for Uw fop he got eat of ft." : Ed quit ·ctaool in Uw fifth (trade. Starting at the aga. ol 11, h* nude a tcrict ·( ran: away (rip* from hanae. H* · worked for carnival*, Mrs, · and small drcuae*. They gav* ' Urn n rough hot educational experience of We. Once bt waa held is n nmaway (or three days in n hoontgow. "I don't know why I made so much misery for my partnta," Ed remarked. "They were kmd to me and I had a good home, and I liked to come back to it. "I think I just wanted adventure. For as long as I can remember, I wanted to be an ac- lor. Bui. you know, I can't tell just where or when I really became one. It just happened." Ovtr the years he earned his way as a brush salesman, a milkman, served in the U. S. Navy, became a radio broadcaster. Stepping Stone Radio proved his first big stepping stone to fame. During the 1930s and early 1940s he appeared on more than 12,000 programs. He was the original Charlie Chan. He was the voice of Franklin D. Roosevelt. He was doctor, detective, gansgster -- anything the program required. In J947 he went to Hollywood and acted in 21 pictures in four years. He also has starred In half a dozen Broadway hits, 75 or more television thaws, and made several phonograph albums. "At heart I'm a lazy man," said Ed. In his mo*t recent Him, "The Unalnkable M o l l y ' Brawn," Begley had to turn to slug aad dance. "I took ballet lesson," h* said, smiling. "ImnghM Man- lag ballet after M." Last year Ed married Helen Jordan, n HCntnry M yun his junior. He enb her "mama" now beCMM ah*'* ' expecting b*by -- and bc'st : happy about that, too. A etnial-aatnrtd man ia ' fove with work, Becky Ma the most important qnHtfe* ! nedad In acting nr* "(faceri- · ty, honesty and tnth." His philosophy is simple, too: "I love an awful lot of people, and I feel a lot of people kv« me--and that's a wonderful feeling. I believe in judging people not by what others say about them but how you get along with them yourself. And I belter* ia accepting them as they are." VIEW "NEW ENGLAND* NEW YORK. April 74 - (A?) Some 8,000 visitors MW the New England exhibition at the New York World'i Fair yesterday, with one of the chief attractions a tribute to the late President John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts. The visitor* npnotat*d 2» states, aad Mv*ral fonign cowa- Itries.

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