Bert Lahr was an American iconic actor, particularly of stage and film and comedian. He was well known for his explosive humor, but also adapted well to dramatic roles and his work in burlesque, vaudeville, and on Broadway.Early Life (Childhood)
Lahr was born in New York City as Irving Lahrheim. He was born to Augusta and Jacob Lahrheim. Lahr grew up in the Yorkville section of Manhattan. He drop out from school at age of 15 to join a juvenile vaudeville act.Interesting Facts
Bert made his Broadway debut in a 1927 production titled Delmar's Revels. His first film was the 1931 movie musical Flying High. Following his death, he was interred at Union Field Cemetery in Ridgewood, Queens County, New York.Personal Life
Bert married his first wife Mercedes Delpino on 29 August 1929 and divorced on 2 November 1939. They together have one child. He divorced her only because her severe mental state. He was married to his second wife Mildred Schroeder since 11 February 1940 till his death. They together have two children.NETWORTH And ACHIEVEMENT
Bert Lahr has won Broadway's 1964 Tony Award as Best Actor (Musical) for "Foxy". He also had a Tony Award nomination the previous year (1963) as Best Actor (Dramatic) for "The Beauty Part".