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Paul William Hartman, American actor. Recipient Stage Palm award, 1937, Tony award, 1948, Donaldson award, 1948, Page One award, 1942, Lambs award, 1957, New York Daily Mirror award, 1939, Critics award, 1947, Variety Poll award, 1948.


Hartman, Paul William was born on March 1, 1904 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Ferris Luce and Josephine (Davies) Hartman.


Student of University California at Berkeley, 1922.


; 1 son, Ferris Luce III. Dancer, actor until 1922. Vaudeville headliner, 1926. Dance satirist, 1932-1947.

Comedian, 1936-1956; Broadway appearances include Red, Hot and Blue, 1937, You Never Know, 1942, Top Notchers, 1942, Keep ’Em Laughing, 1942, Angel in the Wings, 1948, All For Love, 1949, Tickets Please, 1950, Of Thee I Sing, 1952, The Pajama Game, 1955, Show Boat, 1956. Films include Sunny, The Man on a Tightrope, The Thrill of it All, Inherit the Wind, Soldiers in the Rain, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Luv. Television appearances, 1956-1973, including Bell Telephone Hour, Ben Casey, Lucy Show, Chrysler Theatre, Andy Griffith Show, Mayberry R.F.D., Petticoat Junction, others.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Much Love, Pop, 1945.


Married Grace Adelaide Barrett, November 14, 1922 (deceased.

Ferris Luce Hartman

Josephine (Davies) Hartman

Grace Adelaide Barrett