Hardie Albright Overview:

Actor, Hardie Albright, was born Hardie Hunter Albright on Dec 16, 1903 in Charleroi, Pennsylvania. Albright died at the age of 72 on Dec 7, 1975 in Mission Viejo, CA .

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Tall, fair and beefy leading man, Hardie Albright was at his most popular in the early 1930s, when he successfully tackled several juicy roles. After 1954 the quality of his roles diminished, and he went back to the theater, later returning to supporting roles in wartime Hollywood films. He wrote books on acting and direction. Actress Martha Sleeper was the first of his two wives (married 1934-1940).

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Active on Broadway as a playwright and actor from 1926-38.

His father was Jewish; his mother, whose maiden name was MacHardie, was Scottish.

Played the role of Gene Gibson in a road show version of the stage play "Young Sinners". Gene Raymond played the role on Broadway. Albright won the honors of recreating the part (and making his movie debut) in the film version of Young Sinners (1931).

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