|Birth: ||Dec. 16, 1892|
|Death: ||Nov. 27, 1967|
New Jersey, USA
Actor and Radio personality
Cameron Prud'Homme, who was born in Auburn, California on December 16, 1892, began his career on the stage and in radio dramas before entering film & TV. He was of the Ed Begley, Will Geer, J.C. Flippen school of acting playing similar type roles. His rugged, but handsome, looks gave him some diversity in parts. Among his film credits are: "Abraham Lincoln" (1930) as John Hay; "The Rainmaker" (1956) as H.C. Curry; "The Power and the Prize" (1956) as Rev. John Barton; "Back From Eternity" (1956) as Henry and "The Cardinal" (1963) as Din. On television he appeared in many "live" dramas on "Alcoa Hour" and "The U.S. Steel Hour" among others he appeared on an episode of "Naked City" and was a regular on "Young Mr. Bobbin" (1951-52) as Mr. Deacon. He died of cancer on November 27, 1967 in Pompton Plains, New Jersey.
From Great Character Actors, Page 1.
Was nominated for Broadway's 1958 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for "New Girl in Town."
1. The Cardinal (1963) as Din Fermoyle
2. The Rainmaker (1956) as H.C. Curry
3. The Power and the Prize (1956) as Rev. John Barton
4. Back from Eternity (1956) as Prof Henry Spangler
5. Abraham Lincoln (1930) as John Hays secretary to the President
Died at Pompton Plains, NJ
Cause of Death-Cancer
His daughter June was a actress.
JUNE PRUD'HOMME has had a diverse professional career since her first radio engagement at age thirteen. Her numerous television appearances include Hamlet, Little Moon of Alban on the Hallmark Hall of Fame, the serials The Doctors and The Guiding Light, and some two dozen commercials. In fifteen seasons of Summer and Winter stock, Miss Prud'homme has played playhouses from Connecticut to Florida. On more distant stages, she has played with the U.S.O. overseas. She was also heard for two years on NBC radio in Hollywood and in her native San Francisco.
John Albert Predom (1868 - ____)
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Record added: Mar 05, 2010
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