Keefe Brasselle

Keefe Brasselle was an American film actor, television actor/producer and author. He is best remembered for the starring role in The Eddie Cantor Story. The film was a response to the wildly successful The Jolson Story and Jolson Sings Again starring Larry Parks. The Eddie Cantor Story, however, could not equal the success of the Jolson films and Brasselle's career did not launch as anticipated. In 1953, Braselle hosted an episode of The Colgate Comedy Hour with comedian/dancer Dick Wesson as a promotional tie-in for the film. In 1956, Braselle married the singer Arlene DeMarco. They divorced in 1967. Brasselle had a close friendship with CBS executive James Aubrey. Brasselle started ... more on Wikipedia

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