American actors died in Throat Cancer

Here are 1 famous actors from United States of America died in Throat Cancer:

Edgar Kennedy

Edgar Kennedy (April 26, 1890 Monterey County-November 9, 1948 Woodland Hills) a.k.a. Edgar Livingstone Kennedy, Ed Kennedy, Ed. Kennedy, Charles Haggerty, Edward Kennedy, E. Livingston Kennedy, King of the Slow Burn, Master of the Slow Burn, Edgar Livingston Kennedy or Slow Burn was an American actor, film director, professional boxer, singer, comedian and vaudeville performer. He had two children, Larry Kennedy and Colleen Kennedy.

Kennedy began his career in vaudeville and made his film debut in the early 1910s. He gained fame for his "slow burn" comedic style, in which he would react to frustrating situations with exaggerated patience before exploding in anger. He appeared in over 500 films, mostly in supporting roles, including the Marx Brothers' film "Duck Soup" and Charlie Chaplin's "A King in New York".

In addition to acting, Kennedy also directed several films and wrote screenplays. He was also a talented singer and songwriter, with several of his songs appearing in films. Prior to his career in entertainment, Kennedy was a professional boxer, and he incorporated his boxing experience into some of his film roles.

Kennedy's life was cut short when he died of throat cancer in 1948 at the age of 58. Despite his relatively short life, he left an indelible mark on the entertainment industry with his unique comedic style and versatile talents.

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