Stanley Clements
American actor
Stanley Clements
Stanley Clements was an American actor and comedian. Stanley Clements was born Stanislaw Klimowicz in Long Island, New York. Young Stan realized that he wanted a show-business career while he was in grammar school, and when he graduated from college he toured in vaudeville for two years. He then joined the touring company of the Major Bowes Amateur Hour. In 1941, he was signed to a contract by 20th Century Fox and appeared in several B films for the studio.
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    FIFTIES
  • 1981
    Age 54
    Died on October 16, 1981.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1958
    Age 31
    The series finally ended in 1958, and Clements went on to a steady career of supporting roles in film and TV until his death from emphysema in 1981.
    More Details Hide Details One of his last jobs was an appearance in a nationally advertised commercial for Pringle's potato chips. Stanley Clements died of emphysema in Pasadena, California, and is buried at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California. - East Side Kids or Bowery Boys series
  • TWENTIES
  • 1956
    Age 29
    Schwalb soon became staff producer for The Bowery Boys, and when he needed a replacement for Leo Gorcey in 1956, he asked Clements to step in.
    More Details Hide Details Clements comfortably settled into the role of Huntz Hall's sidekick, beginning with Fighting Trouble, and co-starred in the final seven Bowery Boys comedies.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1941
    Age 14
    In 1941, he was signed to a contract by 20th Century Fox and appeared in several B films for the studio.
    More Details Hide Details After a short stint with the East Side Kids, he set out on his own again, this time landing roles in more prestigious pictures. He was featured in the Bing Crosby hit Going My Way, and scored a great success as a jockey in the Alan Ladd feature Salty O'Rourke. His career was interrupted by military service in World War II, and when he returned, he began appearing in lower-budgeted films, including Johnny Holiday (cast against type as a psychopath). He starred in a series of action/detective pictures at Allied Artists for producer Ben Schwalb and director Edward Bernds.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1926
    Born
    Born on July 16, 1926.
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