John Newland

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Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Tall, dignified-looking Newland began in show business as a song-and-dance man with a vaudeville troupe, 'The Vikings', whose trade-mark was wearing gold capes. He acted in stock with the Stuart Walker Company, then found work on the New York stage, alongside Milton Berle, at the Roxy, Capitol and Loew's State Theatres. He also acted in radio and resumed touring nationally on the vaudeville circuit, as well as performing on the legitimate stage in respected plays, like "The Petrified Forest". Read more...