Ten fun facts about Vincent Price

Fact 1
Vincent Leonard Price, Jr. was born on May 27, 1911 in St. Louis, Missouri and died on October 25, 1993.

Fact 2
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.

Fact 3
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.

Fact 4
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.

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Was a popular American actor.