Edward Arnold Net Worth

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Edward Arnold was born as Gunther Edward Arnold Schneider in 1890, on the Lower East Side of New York City, the son of German immigrants, Elizabeth (Ohse) and Carl Schneider. Arnold began his acting career on the New York stage and became a film actor in 1916. A burly man with a commanding style and superb baritone voice, he was a popular screen ... Wikipedia

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Birth date: February 18, 1890, Lower East Side, New York City, New York, United States
Death date: April 26, 1956, Encino, California, United States
Birth place: New York City, New York, USA
Height:5' 10" (1.78 m)
Profession:Actor, Soundtrack
Spouse:Cleo McLain (m. 1951–1956), Olive Emerson (m. 1929–1949), Harriet Marshall (m. 1917–1927)
Children:Edward Arnold Jr., Jane Arnold, Elizabeth Arnold
Parents:Carl Schneider, Elizabeth Ohse
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1Children with Harriet Marshall: Elizabeth, Jane, William.
2He played Diamond Jim Brady in both Diamond Jim (1935) and Lillian Russell (1940).
3In 1916 after a year with Essanay Studios, "Moving Picture World" hailed him as promising "to be one of the most popular leading men on the screen.".
4The son of German immigrants, he worked as a butcher's assistant, bellhop and stoker before first acting on stage in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the age of seventeen. He appeared in films with Essanay from 1915. Arnold was a star character actor during the 1930's and 40's, with MGM (1933-34, 1941-50), Paramount (1937) and Universal (1939-41), specialising in roles as corrupt politicians and blustering tycoons.
5A lifelong conservative Republican and staunch anti-Communist, he was nonetheless an early and ardent opponent of the studio blacklisting of suspected Communists.
6Portrayed a different president each week on ABC Radio's "Mr. President" (1947-1953).
7Arnold actually played both the Devil and Daniel Webster in succeeding years, playing Webster in The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941) and the Devil in the WWII propaganda short Inflation (1942) the following year. The latter film, incidentally, also marked the film debut of Esther Williams.
8One of the first actors to seriously consider running for public office, Arnold ran for Los Angeles City Alderman in the mid-1940s. He lost, in a close election, and expressed his views afterward that entertainment and politics were incompatible. Of course, he has been proven wrong numerous times since then.
9Was an MC on the radio program called "The Chase and Sanborn Hour" starring Nelson Eddy, Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, in 1938.
10(1940-1942) President of Screen Actors Guild (SAG).
11Interred at San Fernando Mission Cemetery, Mission Hills, California, USA, Section D, Lot 132, Grave 9.
12Entered films in 1915 with Essanay.
13Father of actor Edward Arnold Jr.
14Screen, stage, and television actor.


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Story of Paul Harris and the Founding of Rotary International1955TV MoviePaul P. Harris
You Are There1954TV SeriesJohn Sutter
Studio One in Hollywood1954TV SeriesJuror #10
Living It Up1954The Mayor
General Electric Theater1954TV SeriesJohn Prescott / Mayor Underwood
Man of Conflict1953J.R. Compton
City That Never Sleeps1953Penrod Biddel
Hollywood Opening Night1952TV Series
Belles on Their Toes1952Sam Harper
Dear Brat1951Senator Wilkins
Pulitzer Prize Playhouse1950TV SeriesStage Manager
The Skipper Surprised His Wife1950Adm. Homer Thorndyke
Annie Get Your Gun1950Pawnee Bill
The Yellow Cab Man1950Martin Creavy
Dear Wife1949Judge Harry Wilkins
Big Jack1949Mayor Mahoney
Take Me Out to the Ball Game1949Joe Lorgan
John Loves Mary1949Sen. James McKinley
Command Decision1948Congressman Arthur Malcolm
Wallflower1948Andrew J. Linnett
Big City1948Judge Martin O. Abercrombie
Three Daring Daughters1948Robert Nelson
The Hucksters1947David 'Dave' Lash
Dear Ruth1947Judge Harry Wilkins
My Brother Talks to Horses1947Mr. Bledsoe
The Mighty McGurk1947Mike Glenson
No Leave, No Love1946Hobart Canford Stiles
Three Wise Fools1946Theodore Findley
Janie Gets Married1946Charles Conway
Week-End at the Waldorf1945Martin X. Edley
The Hidden Eye1945Capt. Duncan Maclain
Ziegfeld Follies1945Lawyer ('Pay the Two Dollars')
Main Street After Dark1945Lt. Lorrgan
Mrs. Parkington1944Amory Stilham
Kismet1944The Grand Vizier
Janie1944Charles Conway
Standing Room Only1944T. J. Todd
The Youngest Profession1943Burton V. Lyons
Inflation1942ShortThe Devil
Eyes in the Night1942Duncan 'Mac' Maclain
The War Against Mrs. Hadley1942Elliott Fulton
Johnny Eager1941John Benson Farrell
Design for Scandal1941Judson M. Blair
Unholy Partners1941Merrill Lambert
The Devil and Daniel Webster1941Daniel Webster
Nothing But the Truth1941T.T. Ralston
The Lady from Cheyenne1941James 'Jim' Cork
The Penalty1941Martin 'Stuff' Nelson
Meet John Doe1941D.B. Norton
Lillian Russell1940Diamond Jim Brady
Johnny Apollo1940Robert Cain Sr.
The Earl of Chicago1940Quentin 'Doc' Ramsey
Slightly Honorable1939Vincent Cushing
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington1939Jim Taylor
Man About Town1939Sir John Arlington
Let Freedom Ring1939Jim Knox
Idiot's Delight1939Achille Weber
You Can't Take It with You1938Anthony P. Kirby
The Crowd Roars1938Jim Cain
Blossoms on Broadway1937Ira Collins
The Toast of New York1937Jim Fisk
Easy Living1937J.B. Ball
John Meade's Woman1937John Meade
Come and Get It1936Barney Glasgow
Meet Nero Wolfe1936Nero Wolfe
Sutter's Gold1936Johan (John) Sutter
Crime and Punishment1935Insp. Porfiry
Remember Last Night?1935Danny Harrison
Diamond Jim1935Diamond Jim
The Glass Key1935Paul Madvig
Cardinal Richelieu1935Louis XIII
Biography of a Bachelor Girl1935Mr. 'Feydie' Feydak
The President Vanishes1934Secretary of War Lewis Wardell
Wednesday's Child1934Ray Phillips
Million Dollar Ransom1934Vincent Shelton
Hide-Out1934Det. Lt. 'Mac' MacCarthy
Thirty Day Princess1934Richard M. Gresham
Sadie McKee1934Jack Brennan
Unknown Blonde1934Frank Rodie
Madame Spy1934Schultz
Roman Scandals1933Emperor Valerius
Duck Soup1933Politician (uncredited)
I'm No Angel1933Big Bill Barton
Her Bodyguard1933Orson Bitzer
Secret of the Blue Room1933Commissioner Forster
Jennie Gerhardt1933Sen. Brander
The Life of Jimmy Dolan1933Inspector Ennis (uncredited)
The Barbarian1933Achmed Pasha
The White Sister1933Father Saracinesca
Whistling in the Dark1933Dillon
Free to Talk1932
Rasputin and the Empress1932Doctor Remezov
Merry-Go-Round1932Jig Skelli
Three on a Match1932Ace
Okay America!1932Duke Morgan
Murder in the Pullman1932ShortNick Valentine
He Who Gets Slapped1924Extra (uncredited)
The Cost1920Hampden Scarborough (as Ed Arnold)
A Broadway Saint1919Mr. Frewen
Phil-for-Short1919Tom Wentworth
The Slacker's Heart1917Frank Allen
Be My Best Man1917Short
Pass the Hash, Ann1917Short
Meddling with Marriage1917Short
The Wifeless Husband1917Short
The Pallid Dawn1917ShortRalph Goodwin
The Pulse of Madness1917Short
The Vanishing Woman1917Short
The Extravagant Bride1917Short
Ashes on the Hearthstone1917ShortCarl Dixon
The Lighted Lamp1917ShortSam Leiter
Desertion and Non-Support1917ShortCharles Hayward
Shifting Shadows1917ShortJohn Sanderson
The Magic Mirror1917ShortJames Delmore
The Sinful Marriage1917ShortDr. Roderick Tredmore
The Wide, Wrong Way1917ShortHugh Chilvers
When the Man Speaks1917ShortJames Gordon
Wife in Sunshine1916ShortEdward Morrison
Dancing with Folly1916ShortEnoch Drummond
The Burning Band1916ShortWilliam Conklin
The Border Line1916ShortDick Grant
His Moral Code1916ShortDr. Armstrong
The Heart of Virginia Keep1916ShortArnold Dempster Trude
Marooned1916ShortJohn Prentiss
The Return of Eve1916Seymour Purchwell
The Greater Obligation1916ShortRoger Willard
The Higher Destiny1916ShortJohn Standing
A Traitor to Art1916ShortArthur Synott
Sherlock Holmes1916Moriarty Henchman In Striped Cap (uncredited)
A Return to Youth and Trouble1916ShortMr. Wyck
The Danger Line1916ShortJohn Herriman
The Last Adventure1916ShortArnold Burton
I Will Repay1916ShortJohn Shandon - Virginia's Admirer
The Despoiler1916ShortRichard Warner
Vultures of Society1916Joseph Gripp
The Primitive Strain1916ShortJohn Harris - a Minister
The Strange Case of Mary Page1916Dr. Foster [Ch. 5]
The White Alley1916ShortCampbell Crosby - Arnold's Cousin and Attorney
The Misleading Lady1916Sidney Parker
Strange Stories1956TV SeriesHost (1956)
Ethel Barrymore Theater1956TV Series
Miami Exposé1956Oliver Tubbs
The Ambassador's Daughter1956Ambassador William Fisk
Celebrity Playhouse1956TV SeriesCongressman Holman
Kraft Theatre1956TV SeriesBen Harvey
The Houston Story1956Paul Atlas
The Ford Television Theatre1952-1955TV SeriesWarden Delaney / Mr. Carr / Mr. Evans
The Eddie Cantor Comedy Theater1955TV Series
Climax!1955TV SeriesLieutenant Shipley / Jock Fathian

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Toast of New York1937"Yankee Doodle" ca. 1755, uncredited
Come and Get It1936"Aura Lea" 1861, uncredited / performer: "The Bird on Nellie's Hat" 1906 - uncredited

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Ed Sullivan Show1950-1955TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest Host
Edward Arnold Theater1954TV SeriesHimself / Host (1954)
A Star Is Born World Premiere1954TV ShortHimself
Schlitz Playhouse1953TV SeriesHimself - Guest Host
What's My Line?1951TV SeriesHimself - Mystery Guest
The Saturday Night Revue with Jack Carter1950TV SeriesHimself - Actor
Screen Actors1950Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Screen Snapshots Series 15, No. 101936Documentary shortHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Annie Get Your Gun Intro with Susan Lucci2000Video documentary shortPawnee Bill
Things That Aren't Here Anymore1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
Entertaining the Troops1988DocumentaryHimself
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid1982Altfeld
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to James Stewart1980TV Special documentaryActor 'You Can't Take It with You' (uncredited)
That's Entertainment!1974Clip from 'Idiot's Delight (uncredited)
MGM Parade1955TV SeriesLawyer
Some of the Best: Twenty-Five Years of Motion Picture Leadership1949Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Land of Liberty1939

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TitleSalary
Okay, America! (1932)$900


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