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Paul Stewart

Paul Stewart

Show Count: 14
Series Count: 6
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Born: May 13, 1908
Old Time Radio, New York City, New York, United States
Died: February 17, 1986, Los Angeles, California, United States
An American character actor known for his tough, guttural voice. He frequently portrayedvillains and mobsters throughout his lengthy career.

Born Paul Sternberg in New York City, Stewart graduated from Columbia University and made his Broadway theatre debut in the play Two Secondsin 1931. He soon turned up as a radio regular, perhaps his most familiar role being Jane Ace's shiftless, scheming brother Johnny in Easy Aces. A few years later he met Orson Welles, who invited him to join the Mercury Theatre, where he participated in the notorious 1938 radio broadcast of The War of the Worlds. He was a founding member of AFTRA.

Sternberg's many screen credits include Citizen Kane, Twelve O'Clock High, Champion, Kiss Me Deadly, The Bad and the Beautiful, In Cold Blood,The Day of the Locust, S.O.B., and W.C. Fields and Me, in which he portrayed Florenz Ziegfeld. On television, he appeared in Playhouse 90, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Alcoa Theatre, Dr. Kildare, Wagon Train, Gunsmoke, It Takes a Thief, Mannix, The Name of the Game, Columbo: Double Shock, McMillan & Wife, Mission Impossible, Ellery Queen, The Rockford Files, Lou Grant, and Remington Steele, among many others. He also made two guest appearances on Perry Mason during its final two seasons in 1964 and 1966. He also directed some television episodes, among them "Little Girl Lost", from the Twilight Zone.

Stewart was married to big band singer/actress Peg La Centra from 1939 until his death from a heart attack in Los Angeles at age 77.

In the 1999 television movie RKO 281, he was portrayed by Adrian Schiller.

Source: Wikipedia

Cavalcade Of America, TheCavalcade Of America, The
Show Count: 559
Broadcast History: 9 October 1935 to 29 May 1939 and 2 January 1940 to 31 March 1953
Cast: John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Agnes Moorehead, Kenny Delmar, Edwin Jerome, Ray Collins, Orson Welles, Karl Swenson, Ted Jewett, Jack Smart, Paul Stewart, Bill Johnstone, Frank Readick, Ray Sloane, Luis Van Rooten, Mickey Rooney, Cary Grant, Tyrone Power, Ronald Reagan
Director: Homer Fickett, Roger Pryor, Jack Zoller, Bill Sweets, Paul Stewart
Producer: Homer Fickett, Roger Pryor, Jack Zoller, Bill Sweets, Paul Stewart
Host: Walter Huston
Cavalcade of America is an anthology drama series that was sponsored by the DuPont Company, although it occasionally presented a musical, such as an adaptation of Show Boat, and condensed biographies of popular composers. It was initially broadcast on radio from 1935 to 1953, and later on television from 1952 to 1957. Originally on CBS, the series pioneered the use of anthology drama for company audio advertising.
Columbia Presents CorwinColumbia Presents Corwin
Show Count: 12
Broadcast History: 4 May 1941 to 9 November 1941, 7 March 1944 to 15 August 1944 and 3 July 1945 to 21 August 1945
Cast: Everett Sloane, Ted de Corsia, John Brown, Frank Gallop, Peter Donald, Kenny Delmar, Karl Swenson, Paul Stewart, Adelaide Klein , Hester Sondergaard, Luis Van Rooten, Frank Lovejoy, House Jameson, Jack Smart, Beatrice Kay, John Gibson, Arthur Vinton, Larry Robinson, Bartlett Robinson, Martin Wolfson, Joel O'Brien, Perry Lafferty, Kermit Murdock, Joseph Julian, Minerva Pious, Katherine Locke, Carl Frank, Joan Alexander, Arnold Moss, Ralph Bell, Orson Welles, Fredric March, Charles Laughton
A series of stories ranging from serious to whimsical. The most famous is On a Note of Triumph, a celebration of the Allied victory in Europe, first broadcast on VE Day, May 8, 1945.
Jack Pearl ShowJack Pearl Show
Show Count: 1
Broadcast History: 8 September 1932 to 25 September 1951
Sponsor: Lucky Strike, Royal Gelatin, Frigidaire, Brown and Williamson Tobacco, U.S. Treasury, Pet Milk
Cast: Jack Pearl, Cliff Hall, Tommy Dorsey
Broadcast: May 20, 1939
Added: May 31 2015
Broadcast: March 10, 1939
Added: Apr 07 2015
Broadcast: April 6, 1941
Added: Mar 01 2016
Broadcast: 9th November 1942
Added: Jun 14 2012