Richard Sanders Barbee (Richard Sanders Barbee)

Richard Sanders Barbee

Actor. After receiving a Bachelor’s degree from Princeton, he moved to California and got a job with the Belasco Stock Acting Company. After a few years of training, he moved to New York, where he had a successful career performing on Broadway. He made his big screen debut in “Her Great Price” (1916), and appeared in “Wednesday’s Child” (1934), “To Mary- With Love” (1936) and “Easy Living” (1937). Although he only was in four films, he continued to be a favorite in theatrical programs and is a member of the Indiana Hall of Fame. (bio by: John “J-Cat” Griffith)


  • March, 30, 1885
  • USA


  • October, 10, 1965
  • USA


  • Crown Hill Cemetery
  • Indiana
  • USA

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