|Born||in Milan, Ohio, USA|
|Died||in West Orange, New Jersey, USA (complications from diabetes)|
|Birth Name||Thomas Alva Edison|
|Nickname||The Wizard of Menlo Park|
Mini Bio (1)
Thomas A. Edison was born on February 11, 1847 in Milan, Ohio, USA as Thomas Alva Edison. He was a producer and director, known for silent movies such as, The Trick Cyclist (1901), The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1914) and Bicycle Trick Riding, No. 2 (1899). He also produced the first American film version of Frankenstein in 1910. That was of course, twenty years before Universal Studios introduced the monster with Boris Karloff. This paved the way for modern day horror as we now know it. Edison is however, perhaps better known as an inventor of many conveniences like the light bulb. He of course produced many other inventions like, among others, the phonograph, power stations, the carbon switch microphone, and motion picture cameras. These advancements gave him a firm place in the history of American Greatness as well as American film production.
He was married to Mina Miller and Mary Stilwell. He died on October 18, 1931 in West Orange, New Jersey, USA.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Blogmonstermike
|Mina Miller||(24 February 1886 - 18 October 1931) (his death) (3 children)|
|Mary Stilwell||(25 December 1871 - 9 August 1884) (her death) (3 children)|