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Larry Shue Wiki, Biography, Age as Wikipedia

Larry Shue was an American playwright and actor, best known for writing two oft-performed farces, The Nerd and The Foreigner.

Discover Larry Howard Shue‘s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How much net worth Larry was in this year and how he spend his expenses? Also learn about how he was rich at the age of 49 years old? also know about his Social media accounts i.e. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and much more.

First NameLarry
NameLarry Shue
Complete Family NameLarry Howard Shue
BornJuly 23, 1946
Birth DayFebruary 20
Birth PlaceNew Orleans, Louisiana
Nationality / CountryAmerican
Zodiac SignPisces
Popular Asplaywright (1946-1985)
Occupationplaywright (1946-1985)
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Larry Shue Family Background & Career

Larry Shue, better known by her family name Larry Howard Shue, was a popular American playwright (1946-1985). Born on July 23, 1946 in United States of America, Larry Shue started his career as playwright (1946-1985) .
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Larry Shue Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Shue was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and grew up in Kansas and Glen Ellyn, Illinois. He graduated cum laude from Illinois Wesleyan University, where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts. He served in the United States Army at Fort Lee, Virginia from 1968-1972. He then began his career as a professional actor and playwright with the Harlequin Dinner Theatre in both Washington, D.C. and Atlanta. He worked in repertory theater and on the New York stage, and appeared in television’s One Life to Live. Film appearances include the shorts A Common Confusion; Another Town; and The Land of the Blind: or The Hungry Leaves; and the feature-length Sweet Liberty.

As a member of Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Shue played the sailor Joe in the 1980 premiere of Lakeboat by David Mamet. Mamet dedicated the play to Shue and the production’s director, John Dillon.

Shue married Linda Faye Wilson in 1968; they were divorced in 1977.

Larry Shue Height, Weight & Measurements

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Larry Shue Social Media Profiles

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Larry Shue Net Worth

his net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2022. So, how much was Larry Howard Shue networth at the age of years old? Larry’s income mostly comes from and basic source was being a successful American playwright (1946-1985). Here we are updating just estimated networth of Larry Howard Shue salary, income and assets.

Larry ShueNet Worth in 2021$1 Million – $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2020Under Review
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Source of incomeplaywright (1946-1985)

Larry Shue Death: and Cause of Death

On September 23, 1985, Larry Shue died of non-communicable disease. At the time of his death, he was 39 years old. At the time of his death he survived by his large extended friends and family.

Shue’s success was short-lived. At the age of 39, he died in the crash of a Beech 99 commuter plane en route to Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport near Weyers Cave, Virginia; all fourteen people on the flight were killed, twelve passengers and two crew. At the time, Shue was preparing for his first big Broadway role, as Reverend Crisparkle in Joseph Papp’s The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

Among many other eulogies, author Thomas M. Disch said that Shue’s death was “fate’s cruelest trick on the theater since the murder of Joe Orton.” Also in remembrance, Canadian actor Jeff Brooks said, “I knew him, and I saw him play Charlie [in the play The Foreigner] in New York. Then I played it in New York after him, although we’re quite different as actors.” Shue played the smaller role of Froggy, and Brooks had something to say about that, as well: “I know damn well he wrote Charlie for himself. As an actor, he was such a cut-up. When I saw him, he was wonderful. I remember thinking a couple of times that he’s doing things that if he were the playwright sitting out here, he’d be saying, ‘Oh, stop that. Cut that out.’ But he was having so much fun inventively in the role.”