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first name James
Date of death: 31.3.1986
Place of birth New York NY
Death New York NY
Star sign Cancer
James Cagney, who was born in 1899 as James Francis Cagney, Jr., was an American actor. In 1942 he won the Oscar for “Yankee Doodle Dandy”. He died in 1986 at the age of 86 years.
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Facts and Trivia
“Make seat!” – James Cagney is remembered by many as a choleric around roaring Coca-Cola manager in Billy Wilder’s “One, Two, Three” (1961). His autritt in Wilders Satire is one of the last in a long, legendary acting career. In the 30s and 40s, he made a name as a gangster in a variety of genre classics such as “The Public Enemy” (1931) and “Chicago – Angels with Dirty Faces” (1938). Besides Cagney Bette Davis is one of the first big stars of the then newly founded Warner Brothers Studios.
Cagney’s roles as “tough guy” are also shaped by personal experience. He grew up in a New York working-class neighborhood and reflected for a while by doing odd jobs. Finally Over several Revue numbers it comes to film. Cagney’s aggressive play and everything slaying word tirades have a great impact on many actors is a descendant, such as Clint Eastwood and Malcolm McDowell.
James Cagney married Frances Willard ( “Bill”) Vernon 1922. The marriage lasts 64 years up to Cagney’s death in 1986. Together they adopt two children, Cathleen and James Jr.
Cagney is not the only one who works in his family in show business: His sister Jeanne Cagney plays in small film and television roles, his brother William is a film producer.
“There is not much more to say about acting as the:.. Never let loose and rest never If you rest, the audience rests And my always see everything exactly as you say it.”
“For me, a career means simply to bring home food on the table.”