Joseph Evans Brown (July 28, 1891 - July 6, 1973) was an American actor and comedian, remembered for his amiable screen persona, comic timing, and enormous smile. In 1902 at the age of nine, he joined a troupe of circus tumblers known as the Five Marvelous Ashtons which toured the country on both the circus and vaudeville circuits. Later he became a professional baseball player. After three seasons he returned to the circus, then went into Vaudeville and finally starred on Broadway. He gradually added comedy into his act and transformed himself into a comedian. He moved to Broadway in the 1920s first appearing in the musical comedy Jim Jam Jems.
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Joe E. Brown
Born 1891-07-28 (129 years ago) in Holgate, Ohio, USA. Dead 1973-07-06 (81 years).
Height 171 centimeters.
|Special Tony Award||2nd Tony Awards||1948|
|Kathryn Francis McGraw(Gifta: 1915-12-24–1973-07-06)||1915-12-24||1973-07-06||Gifta|
Mary Katherine Ann Brown, Don Evan Brown, Kathryn Francis Brown, Joe L. Brown