Joseph Frank ¨Buster¨ Keaton
Director, Writer, Comedian, Silent Film Legend.
In 1920, Keaton wrote, directed and sometimes starred in 6 films. Buster soon became a sort of Hollywood legend. He developed into a widely known stunt devil for himself, and his lack of injuries while doing so. His career reached a peak in the mid1920s, and he earned the same celebrity attention as the famous silent film star, Charlie Chaplin. Joseph Keaton signed with MGM which was later announced as one of his biggest mistakes. It was known as a blunder because MGM ended up gaining control of some of Keaton´s films. His life went downhill from there. Buster´s marriage quickly was ripped from the seams and fell apart due to problems with alcoholism and depression. Sound films, called talkies, forced him out of the game Joseph Frank ¨Buster¨ Keaton, made the biggest comeback of all time with his film, Sunset Boulevard (1950). He was a father of two sons, inspiration, and all time legend. Keaton was considered a groundbreaking comedians of the early film era.