Larry Fine Rank
About Larry Fine
Larry Fine was one of the greatest actors and comedians in America. He would be remembered as one of the members of the comic trio known as ‘the Three Stooges’. He won lots of hearts with his hairstyle and violin skills.
Throughout his career which spanned for about five decades, he starred in numerous films such as “Operator 13”, “Broadway to Hollywood” and “Stage Mother”.
- Joseph Feinberg
- Fanny Lieberman
Mabel Haney (married between 1926 and 1967)
- Phyllis Fine
- John Fine
- Morris Fienberg
- Lila Fienberg
- Phillip Fienberg
Laurel Awards – “Golden Laurel Top Comedy” – winner (1951)
He was honored with a Star on the highly-rated Walk of Fame in 1983.
During his childhood, he trained as a boxer and had numerous amateur matches until his father discovered and prevented him from continuing.
He stood at 1.63 meters.
As a child, Larry burnt his left arm after spilling a bottle of strong acid. Doctors advised him to take violin lessons as a mean of strengthening the injured muscles. He performed a solo piece with the Howard Lanin Orchestra when he was 10 years old.
During the start of the First World War, his parents contemplated sending him to Europe to study music, but they decided against it.
He died as a result of a stroke.
Larry Fine Rank
F.A.Q. about Larry Fine
When is his birthday?
Larry Fine's birthday is on October 5, 1902.
In how many days is his birthday?
Larry's birthday is in 226 days
How old was Larry when he died?
He was 72 years old.
When did he die?
He died in January 24, 1975.
How old would he be today?
Larry Fine would be 121 years old if he was alive today.
Where was Larry from?
He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S..