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Edward Sedgwick Net Worth

Edward Sedgwick Net Worth is
$5 Million

Edward Sedgwick Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Edward Sedgwick was born on November 7, 1892 in Galveston, Texas, USA. He was a director and writer, known for The Cameraman (1928), Spite Marriage (1929) and West Point (1927). He was married to Ebba Havez. He died on March 7, 1953 in North Hollywood, California, USA.
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IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthNovember 7, 1892
Died1953-03-07
Place Of BirthGalveston, Texas, U.S.A.
Height6' (1.83 m)
ProfessionDirector, Writer, Actor
EducationSt. Mary's University of Galveston
NationalityAmerican
SpouseEbba Havez
Star SignScorpio
#Fact
1Daughter with Rose Elgueta, Mary Ellen (4 December 1919-1993).
2First wife was an actress appearing as Rose Adams.
3He is credited with discovering Lucille Ball and actually did a cameo appearance or two on I Love Lucy (1951). He was also an executive with her production company, Desilu Productions. The last show he directed before he died a few months later was an episode of "I Love Lucy." Ball never forgot the man who was so instrumental in giving her a break in the movies, and after he died she took his widow, Ebba, into her home and cared for her until she, too, passed away.
4Was an avid baseball fan, an affinity he shared with Buster Keaton. Baseball was a featured theme in several of his early comedy performances and, on occasion, during his later directing career.
5Started as a child actor in his home town of Galveston, TX, as part of a family vaudeville acrobatic and comedy act, the Sedgwick Comedy Company, with his parents and two twin sisters. Graduated from St. Mary's University, Galveston. First acted on screen from 1915, primarily in short comedies for Imp and Vogue. From 1920-22 he worked as a serial and western director for Fox, then Universal (1922-26) and MGM (1926-32). He was best known for directing Buster Keaton's last two silent comedies, The Cameraman (1928) and Spite Marriage (1929). He continued to turn out comedies during the 1930s and 1940s, with gradually diminishing results. Near the end of his career he worked as a gag writer for Red Skelton.
6Is portrayed by Ray Woolf in Lucy (2003)
7Son of stage players Edward Sedgwick and Josephone Walker, with whom he and his sisters performed as "The Five Sedgwicks."
8Brother of actresses Josie Sedgwick and Eileen Sedgwick.

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
I Love Lucy1953
Excuse My Dust1951uncredited
Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm1951
A Southern Yankee1948
Easy to Wed1946uncredited
Air Raid Wardens1943
So You Won't Talk1940
Beware Spooks!1939
Burn 'Em Up O'Connor1939
The Gladiator1938
Fit for a King1937
Riding on Air1937
Pick a Star1937
Mister Cinderella1936
The Virginia Judge1935
Murder in the Fleet1935
Father Brown, Detective1934
Death on the Diamond1934
Here Comes the Groom1934
I'll Tell the World1934
The Poor Rich1934
Saturday's Millions1933
Horse Play1933
What - No Beer?1933
Le plombier amoureux1932
Speak Easily1932
The Passionate Plumber1932
Maker of Men1931
A Dangerous Affair1931
Parlor, Bedroom and Bath1931
De frente, marchen1930
Remote Control1930uncredited
Doughboys1930
Estrellados1930
Free and Easy1930
Spite Marriage1929
The Cameraman1928
Circus Rookies1928
West Point1927/II
Spring Fever1927
The Bugle Call1927
Slide, Kelly, Slide1927
There You Are!1926
Tin Hats1926
The Runaway Express1926
The Flaming Frontier1926
Under Western Skies1926
Two-Fisted Jones1925
Lorraine of the Lions1925
The Phantom of the Opera1925uncredited
Let 'er Buck1925
The Saddle Hawk1925
The Hurricane Kid1925
The Ridin' Kid from Powder River1924
Hit and Run1924
The Sawdust Trail1924
Broadway or Bust1924
40-Horse Hawkins1924
Ride for Your Life1924
Hook and Ladder1924
The Thrill Chaser1923
The Ramblin' Kid1923
Blinky1923
Out of Luck1923
Shootin' for Love1923
Dead Game1923
Single Handed1923
The Gentleman from America1923
Romance Land1923
The First Degree1923
The Flaming Hour1922
Do and Dare1922
Boomerang Justice1922
The Bearcat1922
Chasing the Moon1922
The Rough Diamond1921
Bar Nothing1921
Live Wires1921
Fantomas1920

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Doughboys1930Guggleheimer the Camp Cook (uncredited)
Life in Hollywood No. 31927Short
40-Horse Hawkins1924Stage Manager
The Thrill Chaser1923Cameo appearance
Sink or Swim1920Robert Gilette
Checkers1919Pete
There and Back1918Short
Why I Would Not Marry1918Undetermined Role (as Ed Sedgwick)
Don't Flirt1918ShortTimothy - Ernie's Rival
Bruin Trouble1918ShortFatty
The Yankee Way1917Robert Gillette (as Ed Sedgwick)
The Varmint1917Butsey White
The Haunted Pajamas1917Jack Billings
Who Said Chicken?1917ShortFatty
Fat and Foolish1917/IShortBill
His Golden Hour1916ShortSpuds
The Fascinating Model1916ShortBilly
Married a Year1916ShortThe Husband
Room Rent and Romance1916ShortClaudius Cupid
It's All Wrong1916ShortGrace's Father's Choice (as Edgar Sedgwick)
He Became a Regular Fellow1916ShortMr. Bean (as Ed Sedgwick)
A Lucky Leap1916ShortFatty
Some Medicine Man1916ShortThe Princess's Father
His Blowout1916ShortThe Frenchman
National Nuts1916ShortThe Baseball Nut (as Ed Sedgwick)
When Slim Was Home Cured1916ShortDr. Hippo
The Town That Tried to Come Back1916ShortHiram Hippo
Ain't He Grand?1916ShortProfessor Bosco
Some Heroes1916ShortHeinrich Hippo
I'll Get Her Yet1916ShortFatty - the Bellhop
Hired, Tired and Fired1916ShortBuck Bull
Slim Fat or Medium1915ShortCharley Cupid
Green Backs and Red Skins1915Short
A Cowboy Pastime1914ShortHeinie Pretzel
The Crooks1914ShortMr. Goldbull
The German Band1914ShortCarl Dinkenspeil - Helma's Sweetheart
The Kid's Nap1914ShortMax Heimer (as Ed Sedgwick)
Love and Flames1914ShortOtto Smaltz (as Ed Sedgwick)
All for Love1914Short

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Burn 'Em Up O'Connor1939unconfirmed - unconfirmed, uncredited
Mister Cinderella1936story - uncredited
Murder in the Fleet1935from an original story by
Maker of Men1931story
Circus Rookies1928story
Tin Hats1926story
The Flaming Frontier1926story
Under Western Skies1926story
Spook Ranch1925story
Dynamite's Daughter1925Short story
Queen of the Round-Up1925Short story
Let 'er Buck1925screenplay / story
The Saddle Hawk1925screenplay / story
Hit and Run1924scenario / story
Broadway or Bust1924story
40-Horse Hawkins1924screenplay / story
Hook and Ladder1924story
The Thrill Chaser1923story
Blinky1923writer
Out of Luck1923story
Shootin' for Love1923story
Single Handed1923story
Do and Dare1922
Chasing the Moon1922story
The Rough Diamond1921screenplay / story
Live Wires1921story
Fantomas1920scenario
The Face at Your Window1920
Bride 131920
Sink or Swim1920story
The Winning Stroke1919story
Rough and Ready1918writer
Cheating the Public1918writer
The Yankee Way1917story - as Ed Segwick

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Pick a Star1937producer - uncredited
Mister Cinderella1936producer
Father Brown, Detective1934producer
Remote Control1930producer - uncredited
Free and Easy1930producer - uncredited
Spite Marriage1929producer - uncredited
West Point1927/IIproducer - uncredited

Assistant Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
You Can't Cheat an Honest Man1939second unit director - uncredited
The Jungle Trail1919assistant director

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Riding on Air1937writer: "I'm Tired of Trying to Make You Care" [title not credited]
Doughboys1930writer: "Military Man" 1930 - uncredited

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Yellow Cab Man1950comedy consultant
The Phantom of the Opera1925supplementary director - uncredited

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Doughboys1930words and music by

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1958Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 15 August 1958. At 6801 Hollywood Blvd.

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