Fredric March 1897-1975

Fredric March, born and raised in Racine, appears in an advertisement for “Death Takes a Holiday” in the Racine Journal Times, July 14, 1934.

From Wikipedia:
March was born in Racine, Wisconsin, the son of Cora Brown Marcher (1863–1936), a schoolteacher from England,[3] and John F. Bickel (1859–1941), a devout Presbyterian Church elder who worked in the wholesale hardware business.[4] March attended the Winslow Elementary School (established in 1855), Racine High School, and the University of Wisconsin–Madison,[citation needed] where he was a member of Alpha Delta Phi.[5]

March served in the United States Army during World War I as an artillery lieutenant.

He began a career as a banker, but an emergency appendectomy caused him to re-evaluate his life, and in 1920, he began working as an “extra” in movies made in New York City, using a shortened form of his mother’s maiden name. He appeared on Broadway in 1926, and by the end of the decade, he signed a film contract with Paramount Pictures.[6]

Dennis Tully: The Bickel family lived at 1635 College Ave. The 1916 Directory has Fred working as a teller at the Manufacturers National Bank (NW Corner of 5th & Main).
Doug Chaussee: Outside of the College Ave. address, they lived at several other locations in the 1890’s. These postcards show 4 other locations, but I suspect the Junction Ave. address is for John’s General Merchandise business.