Biography

Charles Williams was born on September 27, 1898 in Albany, New York. He was an actor and writer, known for It's a Wonderful Life (1946), Hollywood and Vine (1945) and Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938). He was married to Isabel and Virginia Josephine Evans. He died on January 3, 1958 in Hollywood, California.

Charles Williams was born on September 27, 1898 in Albany, New York. He was an actor and writer, known for It's a Wonderful Life (1946), Hollywood and Vine (1945) and Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938). He was married to Isabel and Virginia Josephine Evans. He died on January 3, 1958 in Hollywood, California.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 82

Birthday 1898-09-27

Day of Death 1958-01-03

Place of Birth Albany, New York, USA

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Also Known As

  • C.B. Williams
  • Charles B. Williams
  • Charley Williams
  • Charlie Williams

Acting TV ShowsMovies

1988 James Stewart's Wonderful Life as (archive footage)
1964 The Big Parade of Comedy
1954 Public Defender (1 episode)
1952 Mr. & Mrs. North (1 episode)
1952 Adventures of Superman (2 episodes)
1951 According to Mrs. Hoyle as Charlie
1951 Lullaby of Broadway as Reporter (uncredited)
1950 The Missourians as Postmaster Walt
1949 The Judge as Reporter
1948 Parole, Inc. as Titus Jones
1948 The Strange Mrs. Crane as Juror
1948 Marshal of Amarillo as Hiram Short
1948 Hazard as Little Motorist (uncredited)
1947 Wedlock Deadlock as Chester
1947 Heading For Heaven as Eddie Williams
1947 The Trespasser as Doorkeeper
1947 Saddle Pals as Leslie
1946 It's a Wonderful Life as Cousin Eustace
1946 Queen of Burlesque as Carr, manager of Regent Hotel
1946 A Boy, a Girl and a Dog as Mr. Stone
1946 Passkey to Danger as Mr. Williams
1944 Atlantic City as Chalmers
1944 Call of the Rockies as Burton Witherspoon
1944 Sweethearts of the U.S.A. as Mr. Pike
1944 Career Girl as Louis Horton
1943 The Girl from Monterrey as Harry Hollis
1943 The West Side Kid as Reporter
1943 Redhead from Manhattan as Box Office Attendant
1942 Time to Kill as Dentist
1942 My Favorite Spy as 3rd Speaker in Park
1942 The Great Man's Lady as Assayer
1942 Girls' Town as Coffer
1942 The Fleet's In as Photographer
1942 Blue, White, and Perfect as Theodore H. Sherman Jr.- Printer
1941 The Lady from Cheyenne as Clerk
1941 Mr. District Attorney as Detective in Café
1940 Marked Men as Charlie Sloane
1940 Grand Ole Opry as Politician (uncredited)
1940 Johnny Apollo as Newspaper Photographer
1939 Charlie McCarthy, Detective as Peters (uncredited)
1939 Days of Jesse James as Northern Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
1939 Sabotage as Undetermined Supporting Role (uncredited)
1939 The Flying Irishman as Car Repo Man
1939 Wife, Husband and Friend as Jaffee
1938 Trade Winds as Reporter Jones (uncredited)
1938 Gateway as Reporter
1938 Little Miss Broadway as Mike Brody
1938 Men with Wings as Telegraph Operator (uncredited)
1938 Alexander's Ragtime Band as Agent
1938 Mr. Moto's Gamble as Gabby Marden
1938 Hollywood Stadium Mystery as Jake
1938 Born to Be Wild as Company Spotter
1937 Love and Hisses as Irving Skolsky
1937 Amateur Crook as Drunk Witness
1937 Stand-In as Mr. Mack
1937 Sky Racket as Nightclub Entertainer
1937 Charlie Chan on Broadway as Meeker, Burke's Lawyer
1937 It Happened in Hollywood as Hymie - Photographer
1937 Vogues of 1938 as Customs Man in Fall Show
1937 Flying Fists as Meggs, the Reporter
1937 Big Business as Florist Shop Customer
1937 Fair Warning as Hotel Clerk
1937 Love Is News as Joe Brady
1937 Espionage as Simmons (uncredited)
1936 Sinner Take All as Minor Role
1936 Four Days Wonder as Kasky
1936 Hollywood Boulevard as Reporter (uncredited)
1934 Woman in the Dark as Hotel Desk Clerk
1934 The Thin Man as Fighter Manager (uncredited)
1934 A Very Honorable Guy as Druggist
1933 Gambling Ship as Baby Face (Charles T. Pearson Jr.)
1933 The Nuisance as Skating Rink Official
1933 Central Airport as Hotel Desk Clerk
1932 Blondie of the Follies as Lottie's Friend Mr. Kinskey (uncredited)
1932 Strictly Unreliable as Billy Freeman - Theatrical Agent (uncredited)
1932 Dance Team as Benny Weber
1931 Forgotten Women as Stagehand

Writing

1954 Circus of Love Story
1954 Carnival Story Story
1945 Hollywood and Vine Screenplay Story
1940 Midnight Limited Screenplay
1939 Heroes in Blue Screenplay Story

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