(January 16, 1898 - December 20, 1999) U.K. - U.S.A.
Irving Rapper was born in London, England. He went to Hollywood in the early Thirties as a dialogue coach. He was never one of cinema's greatest stylists but he had a good ear for an unforgettable line.
According to William J. Mann, Behind the Screen (2001), pp. 176-80, Rapper had a relationship with Roland Wheaton.
Rapper died in Woodland Hill, California, at the remarkable age of 101, of natural causes.
His work include:
- Now, Voyager (1942)
- The Brave One (1956)
- An American in Paris