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  1. Jack Coogan Sr. - IMDb

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    Jack Coogan Sr., Writer: Daddy. Jack Coogan Sr. was born on January 21, 1887 in Syracuse, New York, USA as John Henry Coogan. He is known for his work on Daddy (1923), Trouble (1922) and The Rag Man (1925).

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  2. Jack Coogan Sr. - Biography - IMDb

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    Jack Coogan Sr. was born on January 21, 1887 in Syracuse, New York, USA as John Henry Coogan. He is known for his work on Daddy (1923), Trouble (1922) and The Rag Man (1925). He was married to Lillian Coogan. He died on May 4, 1935 in San Diego, California, USA.

  3. He was known as "Big Jack" and "Jack, Sr.". His father was John Henry Coogan, Sr. He was a vaudeville performer (dancer) and later became a Hollywood producer. He also was the "sleeping" pickpocket in Chaplin's "The Kid" that starred his son Jackie, although he was not credited.

    • 21 Jan 1886, Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York, USA
    • Crypt 216 D1, main mausoleum (exterior).
    • 4 May 1935 (aged 49), Pine Valley, San Diego County, California, USA
    • Calvary Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA
  4. John (Jack) Henry Coogan, Jr. / Sr. (1886 - 1935) - Genealogy

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    He was known as "Big Jack" and "Jack, Sr.". His father was John Henry Coogan, Sr. He was a vaudeville performer (dancer) and later became a Hollywood producer. He also was the "sleeping" pickpocket in Chaplin's "The Kid" that starred his son Jackie, although he was not credited.

  5. Jack Coogan, Sr. Biography | Fandango

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  7. JOHN COOGAN 1931 - 2018 - Obituary

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    Jul 11, 2018 · John R. Coogan Sr. Loving husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather John R. "Jack"Coogan Sr., 86, of Cranford and Avon-by-the-Sea, N.J., passed away on Sunday, July 8, 2018, surrounded by...

  8. Jackie Coogan Biography, Life, Interesting Facts

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    Jackie Coogan was born on October 26, 1914, in Los Angeles, California. His name at birth was John Leslie Coogan. His father, Jack Coogan, Sr. was a vaudeville dancer and his mother, Lillian Coogan, was also familiar to acting. He and his family toured while he was young and included him in his acts. Coogan had a younger brother, Robert, who also is an actor. When Coogan's father died in 1935, his mother married business manager Arther Bernstein.

    Jackie Coogan started his career in acting very early. He had experience in film and vaudeville acts while he was still a baby. He got his big break when he was discovered byCharlie Chaplin. At the age of seven, Coogan wasdancing with Chaplin in the 1921 silent movie The Kid.It was one of Chaplin's top-grossing films. With acting experience under his belt, Coogan became a sought-after child actor. He was in silent movie hits including Peck's Bad Boy andOliver Twist. He was one of the highest paid actors in Hollywood whenDaddy was released in 1923. As he got older, there was less demand for him. In his teens, he starred in the 1930 film Tom Sawyer and the 1931 filmHuckleberry Finn. After Coogan's father's death, his mother and stepfather refused to give him the money he earned in the 1920s. When Jackie Coogan filed suit to get the $4 millionshe earned, the courts denied him because children did not have the right to the money they made at that time. Jackie Coogan was only given $126,...

    Jackie Coogan continued working even after The Addams Familywas canceled. From guest appearances on TV series to lending his voice to an animated version of The Addams Family, Coogan took on numerous roles with over a hundred acting credits to his name.

    Jackie Cooganis known to television viewers best as Uncle Fester, but he was also the inspiration for The Coogan Act so that other children who gain income could claim their earnings. Today there are Coogan accounts for child actors, athletes, or any other type of performer that earns their own money. Jackie Coogan married a model and actress Betty Grable in 1937.The couple divorced in 1939. In 1941, Coogan married dancer and actressFlower Parry. The couple had one son but divorced in 1943. In 1946, he marriedAnn McCormack with whom he had one child. They divorced in 1951. Coogan married Dorothea Odetta Hansonin 1952 and had two more children. The couple was together until his death in 1984. Hedied on March 1, 1984, in Santa Monica, California at the age 69. The cause of death was aheart attack.

    When Jackie Coogan was 21, he sued his mother and stepfather for his earnings as a child star. He was denied the estimated$4 million and only received a small sum. He helped the California Legislature to establishthe Child Actors Bill which became a law that is in effect across the land and even Canada.

    Film: The Kid (1921), Oliver Twist (1922), Daddy (1923), Tom Sawyer (1930), Huckleberry Finn (1931) Television: The Addams Family (1964-1966)

  9. Jackie Coogan (1914-1984) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Born in Los Angeles, California, to a show business family, shortly after his birth the Coogans moved to New York City, New York and it was there that he made his first real appearance in the theater, at the age of four. At age five he began touring with his family in vaudeville shows.

    • 26 Oct 1914, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA
    • John Leslie
    • 1 Mar 1984 (aged 69), Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California, USA
    • Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, Los Angeles County, California, USA, Show Map
  10. Jackie Coogan - Wikipedia

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    Coogan's father was also an actor, as was his younger brother, Robert. Coogan was a natural mimic and delighted Chaplin with his abilities. Chaplin cast him in a small role in A Day's Pleasure (1919). The following year, Chaplin cast Coogan as the abandoned child raised by his Tramp character in the silent comedy-drama The Kid (1921).

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