Sloane, Everett - Circa 1956 Signed B&W Glossy Photo - d. 1965
Circa 1956 7 1/4 x 8 inch (trimmed) Signed Promo still from the 1950's television anthology series , "Climax!"
Signed in blue fountain pen, on the white of his shirt, under his Bow Tie,
The last two letters of his surname written over the dark lapel of his tweed jacket.
Photo has had the borders trimmed, from it's original presentation size. Image is in very fine condition.
June 5 1956 hand-stamp on verso, two remnants from paper adhesion's and various handwritten identifying markings on rear of photo.
Everett H. Sloane (October 1, 1909 – August 6, 1965) was an American character actor who worked in radio, theatre, films and television.
A Member of Orson Welles Mercury players troop, although he only did one radio broadcast with them, Sloane appeared with Welles in "Citizen Kane" - 1941, Journey into Fear" - 1943, and "The Lady from Shanghai" - 1947.
Sloane committed suicide by barbiturate overdose at age 55 on August 6, 1965, apparently because he feared he was going blind as a result of glaucoma.