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Victor Moore Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Children

Victor Moore Quick Info
Height 5 ft 7 in
Weight 80 kg
Date of Birth February 24, 1876
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Date of Death July 23, 1962

Victor Moore was an American actor, stage artist, writer, and director who established himself as a major Broadway star from the late 1920s through the 1930s. In addition to that, he was also cast in a number of on-screen projects which include the likes of Snobs, Chimmie Fadden, Chimmie Fadden Out West, The ClownThe RaceThe Best ManIn Society and OutDid It Ever Happen to You?He Got There After All, He Meant WellThe SleepwalkerHis Military Figure, Ballad and BolognaSome Doctor, Flivvering, Invited Out, MovingThe Cow Jumped Over the Moon, Community, Home DefenseIn Bed-In Bad, Bungalowing, CampingThe Wrong Mr. FoxToothaches and Heartaches, Faint Heart and Fair LadyNutty KnittersThe Installment PlanOh! U-BoatMeatless Days and Sleepless NightsAdam and His EvesThe Man Who Found HimselfLadies not Allowed, Dangerous Nan McGrewA Kiss in the Dark, He Got HisHeads UpLove in the SuburbsIt Happened on 5th Avenue, Romance in the RainGift of GabGold Diggers of 1937Duffy’s Tavern, Make Way for TomorrowSwing TimeWe’re on the JuryMeet the MissusStar Spangled RhythmThis Marriage BusinessLouisiana Purchase, She’s Got EverythingRadio City RevelsThe Life of the PartyAin’t That Ducky, On Our Merry Way, This Is the ArmyThe Heat’s OnRiding HighZiegfeld FolliesCarolina BluesWe’re Not Married!, True to Life, It’s in the Bag!The Seven Year Itch, and Oh, Pop!.

Born Name

Victor Fred Moore

Nick Name

Victor

Victor Moore as seen while smiling in a still, circa 1908
Victor Moore as seen while smiling in a still, circa 1908 (Unknown Photographer / archive.org / Public Domain)

Age

He was born on February 24, 1876.

Died

On July 23, 1962, Victor Moore died of a heart attack at the age of 86 in East Islip, Suffolk County, New York, United States.

Resting Place

Cypress Hills Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States

Sun Sign

Pisces

Born Place

Hammonton, Atlantic County, New Jersey, United States

Nationality

American

 

Occupation

Actor, Stage Artist, Writer, Director

Build

Large

Victor Moore (Right) as seen in 'The Clown' (1916)
Victor Moore (Right) as seen in ‘The Clown’ (1916) (Paramount Pictures / Internet Archive / Public Domain)

Height

5 ft 7 in or 170 cm

Weight

80 kg or 176.5 lbs

Girlfriend / Spouse

Victor Moore dated –

  1. Emma Littlefield (1901-1934)​ – He started going out with actor Emma Littlefield in the year 1901 and they tied the knot on June 23, 1903. The couple remained together until her death on June 23, 1934. They had 3 children – an adopted son named Victor, Jr., Ora Victora (1917-1993), and Robert Emmett (1920-2004).
  2. Shirley Paige (1941-1962) – In 1941, Victor Moore began dating Shirley Paige and they got married on January 16, 1942. The duo had an age gap of 45 years, Moore being the older one. At the time of their marriage, Moore was 65 and Paige was 20. They remained together until Moore’s death in 1962.

Race / Ethnicity

White

Hair Color

Salt and Pepper

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

Receding hairline

Victor Moore as seen in the trailer for 'Louisiana Purchase' (1941)
Victor Moore as seen in the trailer for ‘Louisiana Purchase’ (1941) (Trailer Screenshot (Universal Pictures) / videodetective.com / Public Domain)

Victor Moore Facts

  1. In 1915, he made his first film appearance as Henry Disney in the comedy silent film Snobs. He co-starred in the film alongside Anita King, Ernest Joy, Constance Johnson, and Florence Dagmar.
  2. Victor Moore played the titular role in the silent comedy film Chimmie Fadden in 1915.
  3. He was cast as J. Franklyn Blank in the comedy film Romance in the Rain in 1934.
  4. In 1937, he was seen as Barkley “Pa” Cooper in the drama film Make Way for Tomorrow.
  5. During the 1944 presidential election campaign, Victor Moore campaigned for Republican Thomas E. Dewey.
  6. Moore brought to life the character of Aloyisius T. McKeever in the comedy film It Happened on 5th Avenue in 1947.
  7. He appeared as Horace Willoughby in the comedy film A Kiss in the Dark in 1949.
  8. Along with Ginger Rogers, Fred Allen, Marilyn Monroe, David Wayne, Eve Arden, Paul Douglas, Eddie Bracken, Mitzi Gaynor, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and Louis Calhern, Victor Moore co-starred as Melvin Bush, Justice of the Peace in the anthology romantic comedy film We’re Not Married! in 1952.
  9. His last film role was appearing as a Plumber in the 1955 romantic comedy film The Seven Year Itch.

Featured Image by Unknown Photographer / archive.org / Public Domain

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