Humphrey Bogart was a famous and renowned magazine illustrator, film actor and surgeon who was addicted to opium. He received all his education at Trinity School (Trinidad) and prepared himself to become a physician at Phillips Academy, located in Massachusetts. He had many important roles during the years 40´s in New York City and began his Broadway career during the 1920s.
Humphrey Bogart was a very well-known and famous writer, magazine illustrator and film actor. He was a surgeon who developed a strong dependence on opium. He studied in Massachusetts and New York City and he dedicated himself to the beginning of his Broadway career during the 1920s.
Humphrey DeForest Bogart, born in New York City. He was the son of an important surgeon. He received his education in Massachusetts and then studied medicine at Yale University. He was expelled while studying at the Phillip Academy and sent to the U.S. Naval Reserve at the end of the First World War. For a few years, he managed the family friend William Brady’s company, who was Alice Brady’s father, and held a number of roles at Brady’s New York City studio. From here, he began to make presentations.
In 1930 he debuted in the studio and in 1930 he won a contract with Fox to develop a short role on Broadway with Ruth Etting and Joan Blondell. After two years of being there, Fox let him go and he got an important role in “The Petrified Forest” by Warner Bros. This film was a total success and led him to get a long term contract with Warner Bros. From 1936 to 1940, Bogart got a role in 28 films, usually doing gangster roles and some horror films. Some of his main roles were in films such as The Last Refuge (1941), The Maltese Falcon (1941), Casablanca (1942), The Eternal Sleep (1946) and Key Largo (1941).
Acclaimed by many as the greatest movie star of all time, Humphrey Bogart was born in New York on December 25, 1899. Bogart, whose surname comes from the Dutch and means “guardian of an orchard,” was born in one of the richest and most prominent places. His father, Belmont DeForest Bogart, was a highly respected and socially prominent heart surgeon. His mother, Maud Humphrey, was a renowned painter and artistic director of The Delineator, a women’s fashion magazine. The Bogarts had a summer retreat at Lake Canandaigua, one of the most beautiful in upstate New York, and it was there that Bogart spent his happiest days as a child. He spent summers in Canandaigua playing chess and sailing, life-long hobbies that occasionally obsessed him. Bogart attended the prestigious and social elite Trinity School in New York City, where he was a disinterested student.
Lauren Bacall was born September 16, 1924 in New York City. She was the daughter of Natalie Weinstein-Bacal, a Romanian Jewish immigrant, and William Perske, who was born in New Jersey to Polish Jewish parents. Her family was middle class, her father worked as a salesman and her mother as a secretary. She studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York after high school, which allowed her to soak up some productions off Broadway. She married Humphrey Bogart in 1945. After filming My Distrustful Wife (1957), which was released in 1957, Humphrey Bogart died on January 14 of throat cancer. Devastated by being a widow, Lauren returned to the silver screen with Shadow in Love (1958). The production turned out to be a great disappointment. Disappointed, Lauren returned to New York City and appeared in several Broadway plays with great critical acclaim. She enjoyed performing before the live audience and the audience in return enjoyed her excellent performances.