Ten fun facts about Vincent Price
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Vincent Leonard Price, Jr. was born on May 27, 1911 in St. Louis, Missouri and died on October 25, 1993.
He is popularly known for his distinguishing voice and serio-comic roles in a number of horror films made in the latter part of his acting career.
His first movie role was in 1938 in the film Service de Luxe and he established himself as a good actor in the movie Laura.
In 1990, Price was asked by Walt Disney Imagineering to lend his voice for the Phantom in their new ride "Phantom Manor," for the forthcoming Euro Disneyland that opened in 1992.Fact 5
In 1936, he played the role of Prince Albert Victor in the American production of the play Victoria Regina by Laurence Housman.Fact 6
In the early 1970s, Price presented and starred in The Price of Fear, which was BBC Radio's horror and mystery show.Fact 7
His voiceover can be heard on Alice Cooper's first solo album, Welcome to My Nightmare and he had also come in the consequent TV special Alice Cooper: The Nightmare.Fact 8
In the early 1970s, for a year he starred in a daily radio show, Tales of the Unexplained.Fact 9
He made guest appearances on TV shows like Here's Lucy where he showcased his art expertise and in an episode of ABC's The Brady Bunch, as a deranged archaeologist.Fact 10
In October 1976, Price came as a featured guest in an episode of The Muppet Show. Go to more people facts ❯
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