Sydney Chaplin

Stage and Film Actor
Born Mar 31, 1926

Sydney Earle Chaplin was a film and theatre actor.

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1926 Birth Born on March 30, 1926.


1957 31 Years Old After serving in the United States Army in the Second World War in Europe, Chaplin turned to acting both on stage and in films. He was one of the founding members of the Circle Players at The Circle Theater, now known as El Centro Theatre, and appeared in several Broadway productions, including Bells Are Ringing opposite Judy Holliday in 1957, for which he won Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical, and Funny Girl opposite Barbra Streisand in 1964, for which he was nominated for a Tony Award. … Read More


2002 76 Years Old Notable exceptions were his attendance at the Cineteca di Bologna festival—I Cinema Ritrovato—which mounted a fiftieth anniversary screening of Limelight held in 2002 as well as his appearances at Cinecon (held in Los Angeles) in 1998 and the San Francisco Silent Film Festival in 2004 where he spoke after screenings of his father’s film The Circus to promote film historian Jeffrey Vance’s Chaplin books.
2009 83 Years Old He died of stroke on March 3, 2009, at the age of 82. … Read More
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