Appeared (as "Boy"; credited as Master Eddie Bracken) in "The Drunkard" on Broadway. Melodrama. Written by H.S. Smith
. Directed by Harry Bannister
. American Music Hall: 10 Mar 1934-Nov 1934 (closing date unknown/554 performances). Cast: Hal Conklin
(as "Edward Middleton"), James Coyle (as "Farmer Stevens"), Dortha Duckworth
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5' 7" (1.7 m)
Did You Know?
I've made a good living and I've had a good time doing it. Has it been tough? You bet! I went broke three times, but I'm proud of the way I've recovered. You never hear any scandals about me. I'm well respected. I've got a happy family, a nice home, and I'm working in my business. What more could I ask?
His wife of 63 years, Connie, a former actress, died in August of 2002, just three months before Eddie's passing. Connie was his leading lady in the Broadway production of "What a Life" in 1938.