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Cliff Arquette

Body measurements

Height

167 cm (5 ft 5.7 in)

Weight

85 kg (187 lb)

Info

Date of birth

December 28, 1905

Date of death

September 23, 1974 (68 years)

Zodiac sign

Capricorn

Nationality

USA

Occupation

Actor

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Eyes color

Blue

Hair color

Brown
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Who is Cliff Arquette?

Cliff Arquette was an outstanding American comedian and actor. 

Early Accomplishments

In the early 30's, Cliff was known as the inventor of the rubber prosthetic mask, which was used by theatre actors to comfortable switch facial expressions. 

Best Known For

Cliff got the most recognition for portraying the Charles Weaver character, which turned out to be his trademark. 

Sexual Orientation

Cliff was straight. For a period 8 years, he was married to Julie Harrison. 4 years after their divorce in 1942, he got married to Darlene Sammons. However, their union only lasted for 5 years. Cliff was also romantically linked with Mildred Nesbitt Le May, though the period of their relationship was unknown. Mildred was the mother of Cliff's son.

Family

Cliff is a first generation Arquette, known as a show business dynasty. His son is a popular actor, producer and director, Lewis Arquette. Through Lewis, he has 5 grandchildren, Rosanna, Richmond, Patricia, Alexis and David

Religious Belief

Cliff was private about his religious belief therefore, we cannot confirm what religion he was associated with or personal convictions he lived by. 

Worth To Know

Cliff was derived from his first name Clifford, while his middle name was Charles. 

Cliff was also a good pianist and used to play piano at a nightclub, eventually joining an orchestra in 1923. 

His star was placed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960, just a year after he opened a civil war museum in Pennsylvania. 

In 1974, a tragic stroke claimed his life.



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