The movie actor Bruce Bennett died at the age of 100. Here is all you want to know, and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
Notable as both an entertainer and an athlete, he won a silver medal in the shot put event at the 1928 Olympics and went on to appear in Dark Passage, Nora Prentiss, Strategic Air Command, and numerous other Hollywood movies of the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s.
One of five children born to German immigrant parents, he spent his youth in Tacoma, Washington. His marriage to Jeannette C. Braddock began in 1933, ended with Braddock’s death in 2000, and produced children named Christopher and Christina.
He was 100, but for 34 years he had been Bruce Bennett, the name he took to pursue a classier film career than the one he had begun with Tarzan’s clarion howl. He died of complications of a broken hip, his son, Christopher, told The Associated Press. The requisite jungle scream aside, Mr.
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