Gene Fowler

Born Mar 8, 1890

Gene Fowler (March 8, 1890 – July 2, 1960) was an American journalist, author and dramatist. He was born in Denver, Colorado. When his mother remarried, young Gene took his stepfather's name to become Gene Fowler. Fowler's career had a false start in taxidermy, which he later claimed gave him a permanent distaste for red meat. After a year at the University of Colorado, he took a job with The Denver Post.… Read More

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1890 Birth Born in 1890.


1916 26 Years Old In 1916, Fowler married Agnes Hubbard who bore three children, the eldest of whom was Gene Fowler Jr. (1917–1998), a prominent Hollywood film editor (whose work included It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World and Hang 'Em High) and a sometime director (1959's I Was a Teenage Werewolf as well as numerous television programs). … Read More


1942 52 Years Old Fowler was the subject of many colorful anecdotes. One told by his son, Will, concerns a scene outside of John Barrymore's hospital room in May 1942. … Read More


1960 70 Years Old Died in 1960.
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