| Olive Brasno|
| George Brasno|
| December 23, 1911 (1911-12-23) Madison, New Jersey, U.S.|
August 15, 1982, South River, New Jersey, United States
Charlie Chan at the Circus
Saint Marys Cemetery
George Brasno Wikipedia
George F. Brasno (December 23, 1911 – August 15, 1982) was an American actor who appeared in a few films through the 1930s and 1940s.
Not much is known about George Brasno other than George Brasno and his sister Olive Brasno were first recognized as a brother and sister little people singing team in a partnership with Buster Shaver's vaudeville act.
George Brasno and his sister Olive Brasno started out as a brother and sister midget act in a partnership with Buster Shaver's vaudeville act. In 1937, George and Olive Brasno were offered roles in the film The Wizard of Oz (1939) but they declined because they were making more money on the road with their singing act. Despite turning down the opportunity, they starred in a few movies and shorts between public appearances such as: The Great John L. (1945), Little Miss Broadway (1938), Arbor Day (1936), Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936), Carnival (1935), The Mighty Barnum (1934), Shrimps for a Day (1934), and Sitting Pretty (1933).
George Brasno died in South River, New Jersey on August 15, 1982. He was 70 years old.