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Frank Alexander

Highest Rated:   81% Biggie and Tupac (2002)
Lowest Rated:   81% Biggie and Tupac (2002)
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One of the many imitators of legendary early slapstick comedian Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, 350-pound Frank Alexander also earned the then-popular nickname of "Fatty." A member of the Larry Semon stock company at Vitagraph in the early 1920s, Alexander later became a part of "A Ton of Fun," a trio of comedians advertised as the "three fattest men on the screen." Joining the equally hefty Hilliard Karr (aka "Fat" Karr) and Kewpie Ross, Fatty Alexander romped through a series of rather crude comedies released by FBO from 1925-1927. A surviving entry, All Tied Up (1925), is directed by rustic comic Slim Summerville, whose bean-pole physique was diametrically opposed to that of his stars. A self-described cowboy and stage driver prior to his screen debut with Keystone in the early 1910s, Alexander left films for good with the demise of the "Ton of Fun" series.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Tupac Assassination - Part I Conspiracy or Revenge - Part II Reckoning
  • Actor
2009
81% Biggie and Tupac
  • Actor
2002
No Score Yet Tupac Shakur: Before I Wake
  • Executive Producer
  • Actor
2001
No Score Yet Living a Zombie Dream
  • Actor
1996
No Score Yet Bimini Code
  • Actor
1984
No Score Yet The Wizard of Oz
  • Uncle Henry
1925

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