Buster Keaton Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Buster Keaton Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

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This Biography is about one of the best Actor Buster Keatonincluding his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Buster Keaton
Real Name Buster Keaton
Profession Actors, T V & Movie Producers, Comedians
Nick Name Joseph Frank Keaton
Nationality American
Personal life of Buster Keaton
Born on 04 October 1895
Birthday 4th October
Died At Age 70
Sun Sign Libra
Born in Piqua, Kansas, USA
Died on 01 February 1966
Place of death Woodland Hills
Cause of Death Cancer
City Kansas
Family Background of Buster Keaton
Father Joseph Hallie
Mother Myra Keaton
Siblings Harry Keaton, Louise Keaton,
Spouses/Partners Natalie Talmadge, Mae Scriven, Eleanor Norris,
Children Buster Keaton, Jr
Awards 1987 – Emmy Award for his documentary

1958 – Academy Honorary Award for best comic performer

Personal Fact of Buster Keaton

Joseph Frank Keaton, better known as Buster Keaton, was a comedian and actor who rose to prominence with his silent films in which he often played the character of a poker faced man with a deadpan expression. So famous was his expressionless, stoic face that he earned the nickname of The Great Stone Face. Born into a vaudeville family, Keaton was destined for the show business.

He began performing with his parents in The Three Keatons when he was just three years old. His family performed a comedy sketch in which the young boy would be constantly tossed and thrown around the stage, often inviting the wrath of authorities who accused his parents of child abuse. It was during this time that he realized that he could elicit more laughter from the audience by making a poker face rather than by laughing himself during the comedy act.

He made his transition from vaudeville to films when he was 21 years old. Initially apprehensive about the medium of film, his reservations went away after the success of The Saphead in which he played a lead role for the first time. More roles followed and he was soon a major comedian in Hollywood; he was ranked as the 21st greatest male star by the American Film Institute.

 

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