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John Sheehan was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Sheehan's earliest roles were in film, including "Fair Warning" (1931), "Criminal Code" (1931) and "The Warrior's Husband" (1933). He also appeared in "Hard to Handle" (1933) with James Cagney, the comedy "The Circus Clown" (1934) with Joe E Brown and "The House of Mystery" (1934) with Ed Lowry. He continued to work steadily in film throughout the thirties, appearing in the Ricardo Cortez mystery "The Case of the Black Cat" (1936), "The Three Godfathers" (1936) with Chester Morris and the William Powell comedy "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford" (1936). He also appeared in the drama "Marked Woman" (1937) with Bette Davis. During the latter part of his career, he continued to act in the romance "King of the Lumberjacks" (1940) with John Payne, the Billy Halop comedic drama "Mob Town" (1941) and "The Pay-Off" (1942). He also appeared in the James Cagney dramedy "Johnny Come Lately" (1943) and the Burt Lancaster crime flick "The Killers" (1946). Most recently, Sheehan worked on "Unauthorized Biography: Milo -- Death of a Supermodel" (Comedy Central, 1997-98).

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