Addison Byron Owen Randall was an American film actor, chiefly in Westerns. He often used a pseudonym for his film work, chiefly "Jack Randall", though he also played roles as "Allen Byron" and "Byron Vance".
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He died unexpectedly in 1945 while filming a serial called The Royal Mounted Rides Again for Universal Studios, after a fall from a horse.
More DetailsHide DetailsSome sources attribute his death to injuries sustained during the fall, which in those versions resulted from an attempt to recover a hat he had dropped, while others state that he suffered a fatal heart attack before falling.
Addison Randall was born May 12, 1906 in San Fernando, California, and attended Kemper Military School in Boonville, Missouri.
More DetailsHide DetailsRandall's older brother Robert Livingston (born Robert Edward Randall) was also an actor in Western films of the time. Addison Randall twice married and divorced actress Louise Stanley, and he carried on a notorious affair with silent film actress Louise Brooks. At the time of his death he was married to a second wife, actress Barbara Bennett. Bennett was the lesser-known sister of actresses Constance Bennett and Joan Bennett, as well as the daughter of actor Richard Bennett and actress Adrienne Morrison.
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