Richard Cromwell was a highly celebrated American actor. Richard Cromwell who was originally known as LeRoy or Roy Melvin Radabaugh, appeared in several films in his acting career, reaching its pinnacle with his work in Jezebel (1938) with Bette Davis and Henry Fonda.
Richard Cromwell was also known widely for another appearance with Fonda in John Ford's film dubbed “Young Mr. Lincoln” (1939). Cromwell's wider recognition can also be ascribed to first assured in The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1935), having shared top billing with celebrated icons such as Gary Cooper as well as Franchot Tone.
Richard Cromwell (Actor) Siblings: Meet Sister Opal Radabaugh Putnam
Opal Radabaugh Putnam is identified as the only sister of the renowned actor Richard Cromwell. Both Richard Cromwell and Opal Radabaugh Putnam shared the same parentage, with their parents identified as Fay B. Stocking Radabaugh, as their mother, and Raphael R. Radabaugh. However, very little information is available on Opal Radabaugh Putnam's personal life.