The movie actor Fredric March died at the age of 77. Here is all you want to know, and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
He received an Academy Award in 1932 for his role in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. He became the first and only actor to win the Tony Award and the Academy Award twice.
He had two children and married Florence Eldridge in 1927.
“I liked the name Frederick Bickel and I wish now I had left it as it was. After all, Theodore Bikel, whose name was similar though spelled differently, didn’t change his, and he did all right.” (Fredric March)
“Keep interested in others; keep interested in the wide and wonderful world. Then in a spiritual sense you will always be young.” (Fredric March)
“Stardom is just an uneasy seat on top of a tricky toboggan. Being a star is merely perching at the head of the downgrade. A competent featured player can last a lifetime. A star, a year or two. There’s all that agony of finding suitable stories, keeping in character, maintaining illusion.” (Fredric March)
“It has been my experience that work on the screen clarifies stage portrayals and vice versa. You learn to make your face express more in making movies, and in working for the theater you have a sense of greater freedom.” (Fredric March)