File:Edward Buzzell in Easy to Wed.jpg|
Edward Buzzell in Easy to Wed (1946)
November 13, 1895|
Brooklyn, New York
January 11, 1985 (aged 89)|
Los Angeles, California
|Occupation||Actor, director, producer, writer|
|Years active||1931–1961 (As Director)|
Ona Munson (1926-1931)|
Sara Clark (1934-1934)
Lorraine Miller (married December 10, 1949)
Buzzell was born in Brooklyn. He appeared on Broadway, and was hired to star in the 1929 film version of George M. Cohan's Little Johnny Jones with Alice Day. Buzzell appeared in a few Vitaphone shorts, and the two-strip Technicolor short The Devil's Cabaret (1930) as Satan's assistant. He wrote screenplays in the early 1930s and later produced the popular The Milton Berle Show which premiered on television in 1948.
In 1926, Buzzell married actress Ona Munson), who later played Belle Watling in Gone with the Wind. They divorced in 1931. He married socialite Sara Clark on August 11, 1934 but the marriage only lasted 5 weeks and she left him. He married actress Lorraine Miller on December 10, 1949. He died in Los Angeles at the age of 89.
- Find a Grave Article and Photo
- San Diego Evening Tribune, October 17, 1934
- New Orleans Times-Picayune, December 12, 1949
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