Biography

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Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 21

Birthday 1905-11-24

Day of Death 1962-12-13

Place of Birth New York City, New York, USA

Official Site -

Also Known As

  • The Rhythm Boys

Acting TV ShowsMovies

1946 The Blue Dahlia as Belhop (uncredited)
1945 The Lost Weekend as Pianist at Harry & Joe's (uncredited)
1945 The Great American Mug as Tipster in Barber Chair (uncredited)
1944 Open Season for Saps as Joe Wilson
1944 And the Angels Sing as Saxy
1942 Priorities on Parade as Harvey Erkimer
1942 The Fleet's In as Pee Wee
1941 Birth of the Blues as Suds
1941 West Point Widow as Hot Dog Vendor
1940 Rhythm on the River as Bass Sax player
1939 Some Like It Hot as Harry, Piano Player
1938 Trade Winds as Pianist
1938 The Shining Hour as Bertie
1938 Cowboy from Brooklyn as Louie
1937 Something to Sing About as Pinky - Band Pianist
1937 Double Or Nothing as Sing Orchestra Leader
1935 Every Night at Eight as Harry
1933 Secret Sinners as Harry Barris - Pianist
1932 Rambling 'Round Radio Row #2 as Himself - Pianist / Singer
1931 Confessions of a Co-Ed as Harry

Sound

1931 The Tip-Off Music

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