James Warren


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James Warren

James Warren Death

James passed away on March 28, 2001 at the age of 88 in Kihei, Maui, Hawaii, USA.

James Warren death quick facts:
  • When did James Warren die?

    March 28, 2001
  • How old was James Warren when died?

  • Where did James Warren die? What was the location of death?

    Kihei, Maui, Hawaii, USA

James Warren Birthday and Date of Death

James Warren was born on February 24, 1913 and died on March 28, 2001. James was 88 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: February 24, 1913
Date of Death: March 28, 2001
Age at Death: 88

Is James Warren's father, Walter Wittlig, dead or alive?

Walter Wittlig's information is not available now.

Is James Warren's mother, Florence Ione Pringle, dead or alive?

Florence Ione Pringle's information is not available now.

James Warren's brothers :

James has 2 brothers:
  • Laurence Pringle Wittlig
  • David Pringle Wittlig

James Warren - Biography

James Warren was an American film actor and artist.Early lifeBorn James Pringle Wittlig in Marietta, Ohio, he was the son of Walter Wittlig, a watchmaker, and Florence Ione Pringle. He had two brothers, the oldest Laurence Pringle Wittlig and a younger brother, David Pringle Wittlig. The Wittligs had emigrated from Langenthal, Switzerland in the 1860s.However, James did not follow in the family watchmaking tradition. His first love was art, which took him to the Pratt Art Institute of New York where he became a watercolorist and an illustrator for various magazines.Film careerWarren was sighted by an MGM talent scout, who offered him a contract. Changing his name to James Warren, he, his wife, Felice, and their six-week-old son moved to Hollywood, where over the course of several years he appeared in more than thirty movies. He appeared in many B-movie westerns during the 1940s, such as the 1946 remake of the 1933 film, Sunset Pass, with co-star Nan Leslie.In 1952, he co-starred with Gloria Swanson in Three for Bedroom "C".During all his time in Hollywood, James had never lost his passion for painting. He produced several one-man shows throughout the US and found a patron in Vincent Price. At one of these shows, Katharine Hepburn purchased seven of Warren's large watercolor paintings which she kept in her private collection.[citation needed]In 1968 an art commission from Ford Motor Company took him to Hawaii. where he quickly settled into island life and became a highly respected member of the art community. He maintained an art gallery in Honolulu, as well as Maui. Warren specialized in whimsical interpretations of the Hawaiian Tutus and Kikis (Grandchildren) as well as many local images.He was a well-respected member of the Lahaina Art Society and always was a very willing and gracious participant in all art shows. He continued his one-man shows throughout his later life until his 70s when he chose to remain near his beloved Hawaii.He died, aged 88, in Kihei, Hawaii leaving four children and several grandchildren