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Edward Arnold, American actor. Member Hollywood branch National Defense Committee Vice president Permanent Charities Committee of Motion Picture Industry. Trustee Southern California Symphony Association; member board director Screen Actors’ Guild; member American Federal Radio Artists (nat. and local board; member); member Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.

Background

Arnold, Edward was born on February 18, 1890 in New York City. Son of Charles and Elizabeth Schneider.

Education

Student in public schools New York City.

Career

William F. Orlando), William Edward, Dorothy Jane. Married second, Olive Emerson, January 15, 1929 (division 1949). Married 3d, Cleo P. Arnold, October 7, 1951.

1 stepson, Michael Paris. Actor, since 1907, playing with Ben Greet Players. 2 years, Maxine Elliott, 2 years, Ethel Barrymore, 3 years, in stock companies, 11 years, played in Broadway prodns., The Storm, 1919, Nervous Wreck, 1922, Third Little Show, Music Box Revue, Miracle of Verdun, Whistling in the Dark.

In motion pictures, since 1932, starring in Diamond Jim Brady, Come and Get It, You Can’t Take It With You, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Meet John Doe, The Devil and Daniel Webster, The Ambassador’s Daughter, and many others.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Lorenzo Goes to Hollywood (autobiography with F. F. Dubuc), 1940.

Membership

Member Hollywood branch National Defense Committee Vice president Permanent Charities Committee of Motion Picture Industry. Trustee Southern California Symphony Association. Member board director Screen Actors’ Guild.

Member American Federal Radio Artists (nat. and local board. Member); member Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Clubs: Breakfast (Los Angeles).

Connections

Married Harriet Marshall, April.; married second, Olive Emerson, January 15, 1929 (divorced 1949). Children: Elizabeth Ohse (wife of Doctor.

father:
Charles Schneider

mother:
Elizabeth Schneider

spouses:
Harriet Marshall

Olive Emerson

child:
Elizabeth Ohse (wife of Dr Arnold