Larry Steers was born on February 14, 1888 in Indiana, USA as Lawrence Wells Steers. He was an actor, known for White Pongo (1945), Heartsease (1919) and Happiness of Three Women (1917). He died on February 15, 1951 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Larry Steers was born on February 14, 1888 in Indiana, USA as Lawrence Wells Steers. He was an actor, known for White Pongo (1945), Heartsease (1919) and Happiness of Three Women (1917). He died on February 15, 1951 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 163

Birthday 1888-02-14

Day of Death 1951-02-15

Place of Birth Indiana, USA

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Also Known As

  • Lawrence Wells Steers
  • Lawrence Steers
  • L.W. Steers

Acting TV ShowsMovies

1951 A Place in the Sun as Company Executive (uncredited)
1950 Born to Be Bad as Charity Ball Guest
1950 711 Ocean Drive as Man at Racetrack (uncredited)
1950 Rock Island Trail as Colonel Cavenport, Board Member
1950 Champagne for Caesar as Television Viewer
1950 Chain Gang as Committee Chairman
1949 All the King's Men as Man at Impeachment Hearing
1949 Slightly French as Party Guest (uncredited)
1948 Ruthless as Political Dinner Dais Attendee
1948 Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad as Dr. Gray
1947 The Gangster as Headwaiter
1947 Exposed as Headwaiter
1947 Fun on a Weekend as Man in Outer Office
1947 The Magnificent Rogue as Guest
1946 The Hoodlum Saint as Captain of Waiters (uncredited)
1945 White Pongo as Dr. Kent
1945 Flame of Barbary Coast as Gambler
1944 The Woman in the Window as Man at Club (uncredited)
1944 Laura as Man Dining with Laura (uncredited)
1943 Government Girl as Businessman (uncredited)
1942 This Time for Keeps as Extra on Quiz Show Stage
1942 Brooklyn Orchid as Mr. Bledsoe III, Party Guest
1941 The Lady Eve as Jeweler (uncredited)
1941 Blonde Inspiration as Spectator at Speech (uncredited)
1940 Kitty Foyle as Man at Premiere (uncredited)
1940 Michael Shayne: Private Detective as Racetrack Spectator
1940 Comrade X as Press Correspondent
1940 Gallant Sons as Extra in Casino
1940 One Night in the Tropics as Apartment Desk Clerk
1940 Cold Turkey as Office Worker
1940 Christmas in July as Mr. Babcock
1940 Down Argentine Way as Westchester Club Patron (uncredited)
1940 Sky Murder as Party Guest
1940 City for Conquest as Party Guest (uncredited)
1940 Hired Wife as Office Worker
1940 Boom Town as Lawyer at Prosecution's Table (uncredited)
1940 Young People as Man in Audience
1940 The Great McGinty as Guest at Election Celebration
1940 'What's Your 'I.Q.'?': Number Two as Man at Fashion Show
1940 The Ghost Breakers as Man in Hotel Hallway
1940 The Saint Takes Over as Nightclub Patron
1940 Girl in 313 as Extra at Fashion Show
1940 Forty Little Mothers as Alumni Dinner Guest
1940 Irene as Charity Ball Guest
1940 Johnny Apollo as Horse Parlor Patron
1940 Curtain Call as Dressing Room Guest
1940 Too Many Husbands as Nightclub Patron
1940 Road to Singapore as Yacht Party Guest
1940 My Son, My Son! as Backstage / Party Extra
1940 Broadway Melody of 1940 as Theatregoer
1940 He Married His Wife as Nightclub Patron
1940 City of Chance as Gambling House Patron
1940 Mexican Spitfire as Wedding Reception Guest
1940 Music in My Heart as Ship's Captain (uncredited)
1939 Swanee River as Man on Riverboat
1939 Joe and Ethel Turp Call on the President as Man in the White House
1939 Reno as Disbarment Lawyer
1939 Day-time Wife as Nightclub Patron
1939 City in Darkness as Man Leaving Paris
1939 The Invisible Killer as Sue's Boss (uncredited)
1939 First Love as Ball Guest
1939 At the Circus as Party Guest (uncredited)
1939 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington as Committeeman
1939 Eternally Yours as Nightclub Extra
1939 Our Leading Citizen as Delegate
1939 Miracles For Sale as Nightclub Patron
1939 The Cowboy Quarterback as Casino Extra
1939 Second Fiddle as Premiere Attendee
1939 Naughty But Nice as Extra in Nightclub
1939 Good Girls Go to Paris as Nightclub Patron / Wedding Guest
1939 Panama Lady as Cantina Table Extra
1939 Three Smart Girls Grow Up as Wedding Guest
1939 Midnight as Flammarions' Party Guest / Stephanie's Party Guest (uncredited)
1939 Tail Spin as Nightclub Patron
1938 Kentucky as Thaddeus' Friend
1938 Swing, Sister, Swing as Diner
1938 Blondie as Assistant Hotel Clerk
1938 Opening Day as Baseball Fan
1938 A Man to Remember as Medical Association Board Member
1938 Juvenile Court as Boxing Match Spectator
1938 They're Always Caught as Man in Automobile (uncredited)
1938 Woman Against Woman as Country Club Guest
1938 The Rage of Paris as Elevator Operator / Nightclub Dance Extra
1938 Hold That Kiss as Dog Show Attendee
1938 Law of the Underworld as Professional Man
1938 The Crime of Doctor Hallet as Party Guest
1938 Dangerous to Know as Guest at Party
1938 Arsene Lupin Returns as Man Leaving Hotel
1938 Blondes at Work as Juror
1938 Everybody's Doing It as Man at Bar
1938 The Dummy Owner
1937 You're a Sweetheart as Backstage Well-Wisher
1937 Clipped Wings as Jones
1937 Portia on Trial as Party Guest
1937 Breakfast for Two as Stockholder - Receivership Hearing Member
1937 Music for Madame as Wedding Guest
1937 Vogues of 1938 as Fashion Show Patron
1937 Talent Scout as Maitre d'
1937 The Great Gambini as Nightclub Patron
1937 Let Them Live as Headwaiter
1937 The Man Who Found Himself as Medical Board Doctor
1937 Champagne Waltz as Jazz Palace Attendee
1937 We Who Are About to Die as Man in District Attorney's Office
1936 Pan Handlers as Dinner Guest (uncredited)
1936 Beloved Enemy as Reception Guest
1936 Smartest Girl in Town as Gordon
1936 The Accusing Finger as Senator
1936 The Big Game as Man at Dance
1936 Rhythm on the Range as Dining Car Passenger
1936 Champagne Charlie as Jewelry Salesman
1936 Brides Are Like That as Extra at Dance
1936 Mr. Deeds Goes to Town as Party Guest (uncredited)
1936 Wife vs. Secretary as Poker Player with Pair of Jacks (uncredited)
1935 The Widow from Monte Carlo as Costume Ball Dance Floor Extra
1935 The Great Impersonation
1935 Kind Lady as Lucy's Friend (uncredited)
1935 To Beat the Band as Man Knocked Down in Nightclub
1935 Paddy O'Day as Mr. Wright - First Class Passenger
1935 Thunder in the Night as Baron de Palma - Party Guest
1935 Here Comes the Band as Party Guest
1935 Old Man Rhythm as Board Member
1935 Break of Hearts as New Year's Eve Celebrant (uncredited)
1935 The Winning Ticket as Traveler
1934 What Every Woman Knows as Cabinet Member
1934 His Greatest Gamble as Dinner Guest (uncredited)
1934 A Very Honorable Guy as Party Guest
1934 Journal of a Crime as Celebrant
1933 King for a Night as Governor's Aide
1933 College Coach as Man with Check (uncredited)
1933 Ann Vickers as Prosecutor
1933 Stage Mother as Dexter's Party Guest
1932 The Lost Special as Maitre d', Red Lantern Cafe [Ch. 3]
1932 Washington Merry-Go-Round as Library of Congress Guard
1932 Fireman, Save My Child as Mr. Applegate
1932 Cock of the Air as Banquet Guest
1931 Manhattan Parade as Maurice
1931 Girls About Town as Party Guest (uncredited)
1931 Susan Lenox (Her Fall and Rise) as New Year's Eve Escort (uncredited)
1931 Grief Street as Ralph Burns
1931 The Road to Reno as Divorce Attorney
1931 Transatlantic as Passenger
1931 Broadminded as Maitre d'
1931 The Secret Call as Fillmore
1931 The Great Lover as Diana's Dockside Boyfriend (uncredited)
1931 A Free Soul as Casino Official Ed (uncredited)
1931 Daybreak as Gambler
1930 The Thoroughbred as Tom Drake
1930 Lord Byron of Broadway as Larry - Master of Ceremonies
1930 Seven Days' Leave as Aide-de-Camp
1929 The King of the Kongo as Jack Drake
1927 The Claw as Captain Rockwood
1926 The Lodge in the Wilderness
1925 New Brooms
1925 The Love Gamble as Jim Gordon
1925 The Gold Rush as Tacoma First Officer (uncredited)
1925 Confessions of a Queen
1923 Soul of the Beast as Policeman
1921 The Blot as Dinner Guest (uncredited)
1919 Mary Regan
1919 The Roaring Road as Man in Office (uncredited)
1918 A Pair of Silk Stockings as McIntyre
1918 Old Wives for New as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
1918 Amarilly of Clothes-Line Alley as One of Gordon's Friends (uncredited)

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