Bert Moorhouse was born on November 20, 1894 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Herbert Green Moorhouse. He was an actor, known for Rough Ridin' Red (1928), Hey Rube! (1928) and The Woman I Love (1929). He was married to Mary. He died on January 26, 1954 in Hollywood, California, USA.

Bert Moorhouse was born on November 20, 1894 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Herbert Green Moorhouse. He was an actor, known for Rough Ridin' Red (1928), Hey Rube! (1928) and The Woman I Love (1929). He was married to Mary. He died on January 26, 1954 in Hollywood, California, USA.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 153

Birthday 1894-11-20

Day of Death 1954-01-26

Place of Birth Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Also Known As

  • Herbert Green Moorhouse
  • Bert Moorehouse
  • Bert Morehouse

Acting TV ShowsMovies

1951 Ace in the Hole as Josh Morgan (uncredited)
1950 Sunset Boulevard as Gordon Cole (uncredited)
1950 The Secret Fury as Tom
1950 Key to the City as Mayor (uncredited)
1949 Samson and Delilah as Spectator at Temple
1949 The Accused as Prosecutur (uncredited)
1948 Words and Music as Backstage Well-Wisher (uncredited)
1948 Homecoming as Surgeon (uncredited)
1947 Magic Town as Newspaper Man (uncredited)
1947 The Perils of Pauline as Kitchen Set Cameraman
1947 Angel and the Badman as Gambler (uncredited)
1946 That Brennan Girl as (uncredited)
1946 It's a Wonderful Life as Man with Sheriff (uncredited)
1946 Till the Clouds Roll By as Elite Club Diner (uncredited)
1946 Undercurrent as Party Guest
1946 Notorious as Diner Extra / Party Guest (uncredited)
1946 The Runaround as Detective Quillan (uncredited)
1946 My Reputation as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
1945 The Great Morgan
1944 Mr. Skeffington as Nightclub Extra (uncredited)
1944 Main Street Today as Citizen at Town Meeting (uncredited)
1943 The Mad Ghoul as Man in Audience (uncredited)
1943 Government Girl as Businessman (uncredited)
1943 Heaven Can Wait as Party Guest
1943 The Constant Nymph as Party Guest
1943 Mr. Lucky as Gambling Room Doorman
1943 Mister Big as Theatrical Producer
1943 Bombardier as Congressman
1943 King of the Cowboys as Agent with Governor in Car
1943 Something to Shout About as Man in Audience
1943 Margin for Error as Roulette Croupier
1942 The Palm Beach Story as Diner on Train (uncredited)
1942 The Glass Key as Man at Campaign Headquarters (uncredited)
1942 The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe as West Point Board Officer (uncredited)
1942 Holiday Inn as Cameraman on Film Set
1942 Beyond the Blue Horizon as Photographer (uncredited)
1942 My Favorite Spy as Wedding Guest
1942 Yankee Doodle Dandy as Maurice Ruppe
1942 It Happened in Flatbush as Reporter (uncredited)
1942 I Was Framed as Assistant District Attorney
1942 My Favorite Blonde as Diner Patron (uncredited)
1942 Over My Dead Body as Car Dealer in Montage
1942 Blue, White, and Perfect as First Junior Officer Brooks (uncredited)
1941 It Started with Eve as Mr. Duncan - Middle-Aged Man (uncredited)
1941 Dive Bomber as Doctor
1941 Citizen Kane as Man at Xanadu Great Hall (uncredited)
1941 A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob as Pedestrian (uncredited)
1941 Meet John Doe as Man at Stadium Rally
1941 The Lady Eve as Diner on Ship (uncredited)
1940 Junior G-Men as Elevator Operator
1940 The Great Dictator as Hynkel's Staff Officer (uncredited)
1940 Down Argentine Way as Nightclub Patron / Racetrack Stands Spectator (uncredited)
1940 City for Conquest as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
1940 Before I Hang as Cousel at Defense Table
1940 Dance, Girl, Dance as Jimmy's Friend in Nightclub
1940 The Great Profile as Audience Extra
1940 Rhythm on the River as Party Guest
1940 The Great McGinty as Saloon Extra (uncredited)
1940 The Golden Fleecing as Restaurant Customer
1940 Turnabout as Photographer's Assistant
1940 My Favorite Wife as Postponed Case Lawyer
1940 Irene as Charity Ball Guest
1940 Two Girls on Broadway as Reporter (uncredited)
1940 The Heckler as Man at Trophy Presentation
1940 Broadway Melody of 1940 as Wedding Guest
1940 The Man Who Wouldn't Talk as Officer
1940 He Married His Wife as Nightclub Patron
1940 The Fatal Hour as Card Player
1940 City of Chance as Gambling House Patron
1939 Swanee River as Attendant
1939 Joe and Ethel Turp Call on the President as Man in the White House
1939 Day-time Wife as Nightclub Patron
1939 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington as Man in Senate Building (uncredited)
1939 Dancing Co-Ed as Workman's Stooge (uncredited)
1939 Charlie Chan at Treasure Island as Audience Member
1939 Each Dawn I Die as Lawyer
1939 In Name Only as College Man Asking About Game
1939 The Man They Could Not Hang as Reporter
1939 Indianapolis Speedway as Nightclub Extra
1939 Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever as Bank Employee
1939 Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation as Reporter
1939 Second Fiddle as Patron at Earl Carroll's
1939 Bachelor Mother as Nightclub Dance Extra (uncredited)
1939 Weather Wizards as Weather Balloon Launcher
1939 Broadway Serenade as Reporter (uncredited)
1939 Love Affair as Shipboard Passenger (uncredited)
1939 Three Smart Girls Grow Up as Night Club Patron
1939 Midnight as Helene's Dance Partner at Flammarions' Party (uncredited)
1939 Wife, Husband and Friend as Party Guest
1939 The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt as Club Patron
1938 Trade Winds as Party Guest
1938 Next Time I Marry as Reporter
1938 Garden of the Moon as Reporter
1938 Carefree as Country Club Member (uncredited)
1938 Woman Against Woman as Party Guest
1938 One Wild Night as Bank Employee
1938 Josette as Extra
1938 There's Always A Woman as Skyline Club Dance Extra (uncredited)
1938 Wide Open Faces as Reporter
1938 In Old Chicago as Opening Night Guest (uncredited)
1938 The First Hundred Years as Night club patron (uncredited)
1937 Wells Fargo as White House Aide
1937 Hollywood Hotel as Man at Orchid Room (uncredited)
1937 Navy Blue and Gold as Officer at Bell Ringing Ceremony
1937 There Goes the Groom as Extra at Class Reunion (uncredited)
1937 The Awful Truth as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
1937 Saratoga as Horse Race Bit (uncredited)
1937 A Day at the Races as Racetrack Spectator (uncredited)
1937 Midnight Court as Court Clerk
1936 More Than a Secretary as Jones - Head of Art Department (uncredited)
1936 Three Smart Girls as Extra in Restaurant
1936 Wanted: Jane Turner as Agent with Window Shade
1936 Fugitive in the Sky as G-Man
1936 Craig's Wife as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
1936 My Man Godfrey as Card Playing Party Guest
1936 Hollywood Boulevard as Night Club Patron
1936 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town as Reporter (uncredited)
1936 Small Town Girl as Dance Extra (uncredited)
1935 Atlantic Adventure as Ship Passenger
1935 Woman Wanted as Reporter
1935 Break of Hearts as Party Guest / Theatergoer (uncredited)
1935 The Good Fairy as Stagedoor Johnny (uncredited)
1935 The Gilded Lily as Nightclub Extra (uncredited)
1935 The Payoff as Reporter
1934 Broadway Bill as (uncredited)
1934 Gentlemen Are Born as Intern
1934 Kid Millions as Ship's Passenger (uncredited)
1934 The Defense Rests as Minor Role
1934 Smarty as Court Clerk (uncredited)
1934 Upperworld as Court Clerk (uncredited)
1934 Gambling Lady as Poker Dealer (uncredited)
1934 Wonder Bar as Joe (uncredited)
1934 Hi, Nellie! as Extra at Merry Go Round Club (uncredited)
1933 Blood Money as One of Charley's Henchmen (uncredited)
1933 Stage Mother as Navy Officer
1933 The Mayor of Hell as Joe's Henchman Playing Cards (uncredited)
1933 Picture Snatcher as Reporter Witnessing Execution (uncredited)
1933 Today We Live as Moorhouse, a Pilot (uncredited)
1933 Men Must Fight as Pacificist Audience Member
1933 Goldie Gets Along as Flynn's Clerk-Receptionist
1933 Lawyer Man as Reporter (uncredited)
1932 You Said a Mouthful as Office Manager
1932 Rockabye as Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
1932 The Sport Parade as Alumnus (uncredited)
1932 The Dark Horse as Reporter
1932 Grand Hotel as Hotel Guest (uncredited)
1931 Daybreak as Gambler
1930 The Pay-Off as Spat
1930 Conspiracy as Victor Hold
1929 The Girl from Woolworth's as Dave
1929 The Delightful Rogue as Nielson
1928 The Cameraman as Randall (uncredited)
1928 Our Dancing Daughters as Diana's Party Friend

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