Sidney Easton

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BornOct 2, 1885
DiedDecember 24, 1971
CitizenshipUnited States of America
  • Performer
  • Actor
  • Writer
  • Musician

Sidney Easton (Oct 2, 1885 - December 24, 1971) was a performer, actor, writer and musician in the United States. The New York Public Library has a collection of his papers.[1]

He was born in Savannah, Georgia.[2]

He sued the makers of Lifeboat (1944 film) for having used his play.


  • The Case of Philip Lawrence (June 7, 1937 - July 31, 1937) as First Bodyguard
  • At Home With Ethel Waters (September 22, 1953 - October 10, 1953), music and lyrics for "Go Back Where You Stayed Last Night"
  • After Midnight (November 2013 - June 2014), included his music and lyrics


  • Many of his songs were recorded by various musicians in the 1920s.[3]


He appeared in several films in the 1940s.[4]


  1. " -- Sidney Easton papers".
  2. "Sidney Easton – Broadway Cast & Staff | IBDB".
  3. "Easton, Sidney - Discography of American Historical Recordings".
  4. "Sidney Easton".

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