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George Mann (vaudeville performer) (George Kline Mann) was born on 2 December, 1905 in Hollywood, California, U.S., is an actor. Discover George Mann (vaudeville performer)'s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 72 years old?
|Popular As||George Kline Mann|
|Age||72 years old|
|Born||2 December 1905|
|Birthplace||Hollywood, California, U.S.|
|Date of death||(1977-11-22) Santa Monica, California, U.S.|
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George Mann (vaudeville performer) Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2023||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2023||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2022||Pending|
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|Source of Income||actor|
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George Mann lived in Santa Monica, California at the time of his death on November 23, 1977 at age 71.
In the early 1970s, George was hired by Quaker Oats to portray King Vitaman in commercials and on the front of the King Vitaman cereal box.
In the late 1940s, George began a period of invention, first designing and obtaining a patent for an endless magnetic loop recording and playback device, elements of which were later incorporated into the Lear Jet Stereo 8 track cartridge player. George and Bill Lear became close friends after George introduced Bill to his future wife, Ole Olsen's daughter Moya. George next turned his inventive and mechanical skills to designing a 3-D viewer that would display the 3-D photographs he was taking with his 35mm Stereo Realist cameras, mostly around Southern California. He leased the viewers to various businesses, including restaurants, and doctor's offices where people sometimes had to wait for service. Every couple of weeks, George would swap out the 3-D photographs of such places as Calico Ghost Town, Catalina Island, Descanso Gardens, Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, Pacific Ocean Park, Watts Towers, Palm Springs, Salton Sea or Las Vegas. He also leased his viewers to bars in Los Angeles with photographs of nude pinups he had taken.
As vaudeville faded, Barto & Mann joined the Broadway cast of Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson's Hellzapoppin, with featured billing from 1938 through 1942. The team split up in December 1943 when George began working for Douglas Aircraft Company providing entertainment for Douglas employees, but worked together again briefly to perform with the USO.
George met Barbara Bradford, a top model at the John Robert Powers modeling agency, in March 1936. They were married in June 1937. In 1938, George and Barbara appeared in a very short film directed by George starring The Three Stooges. George and Barbara had one son, Brad, born in February 1941. George and Barbara were divorced in June 1943. George never remarried.
During 1926, they performed up and down the west coast until William Morris of the William Morris Agency booked them “cold" (having never appeared on the east coast) into the Palace Theatre on March 14, 1927 during its celebration of vaudeville's 100th anniversary. They were a great success. With offers from all the major vaudeville circuits, they chose to sign with the Orpheum Circuit, with whom they toured across the U.S. until they signed with the Earl Carroll's Vanities from August 1928 to February 1929. They continued touring in the U.S. and Canada, with European tours in the summers of 1931 and 1934.
George Mann grew up in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles, moving to Santa Monica as a teenager with his parents. George was listed as the "Snaps Editor" as well as being responsible for all of the photography in the Athletic section of the Venice Union Polytechnic High High School 1925 Annual, The Gondolier. He was Vice President of the Junior A Class that would graduate in June 1926, but didn't graduate with his class. During his junior year, he was vice-president of the drama club and had a leading role in the play, "What Happened to Jones" with Irene Hervey, then Irene Herwick. He played center on the varsity basketball team and was a member of the swimming team.
George Kline Mann (December 2, 1905 – November 22, 1977) was best known as the taller half of the comedic and acrobatic dance act, Barto and Mann.
Mann was born in Hollywood, California. His father, Mack Andrew Mann, moved to California from Cassopolis, Michigan in the late 1800s and worked as a construction superintendent of railroad bridges. His mother, Jean Kline Mann, was also from Cassopolis. Mack and Jean met and married in Los Angeles, California.