Biography

Conrad Nagel was an American stage and film actor, as well as radio and television performer and host. He was a matinee idol and star of the Silent cinema era and beyond. He was a founding member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and served as its President from 1932 to 1933. He was also a founding member of the Screen Actors Guild.

Conrad Nagel was an American stage and film actor, as well as radio and television performer and host. He was a matinee idol and star of the Silent cinema era and beyond. He was a founding member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and served as its President from 1932 to 1933. He was also a founding member of the Screen Actors Guild.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 106

Birthday 1897-03-16

Day of Death 1970-02-24

Place of Birth Keokuk, Iowa, USA

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Also Known As

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

Free Love
2002 London After Midnight as Arthur Hibbs (archive footage)
1974 That's Entertainment! as (archive footage)
1966 ABC Stage 67 (1 episode) as Mr. Mallory
1963 The Lieutenant (1 episode) as Admiral Terence Havener
1961 Ben Casey (1 episode) as Mr. Schutz
1961 Dr. Kildare (1 episode) as Governor Matthew Evans
1960 Route 66 (3 episodes)
1960 Thriller (1 episode) as Mayor Walker Wylie
1959 Mr. Lucky (1 episode) as Julius Rutherford-Shank
1959 The Man Who Understood Women as G.K. Brody
1959 A Stranger in My Arms as Harley Beasley
1958 Bat Masterson (1 episode) as Harry Varden
1958 Naked City (1 episode) as Darrington
1957 Perry Mason (1 episode) as Nathan Claver
1957 Hidden Fear as Arthur Miller
1955 All That Heaven Allows as Harvey
1955 Matinee Theater (2 episodes)
1955 The 20th Century Fox Hour (1 episode) as William T. Stinson
1955 Playwrights '56 (1 episode) as Mr. President
1955 Gunsmoke (1 episode) as Major Emerson Owen
1954 Climax! (1 episode) as Mr. Diamond
1950 Robert Montgomery Presents (1 episode) as Norman Maine
1948 Studio One (3 episodes)
1948 The Vicious Circle as Karl Nemesch
1948 Stage Struck as Police Lt. Williams
1945 Adventures of Rusty as Hugh Mitchell
1945 Forever Yours as Dr. Randall
1940 I Want a Divorce as David Holland Sr.
1940 One Million B.C. as Narrator
1937 Bank Alarm as Alan O'Connor
1937 The Gold Racket as Alan O'Connor
1937 Navy Spy as Alan O'Connor
1936 Yellow Cargo as Alan O'Connor
1936 Wedding Present as Roger Dodacker
1936 The Girl from Mandalay as John Foster
1936 Ball at Savoy as John Egan, posing as Baron Dupont
1935 One New York Night as Kent
1935 Death Flies East as John Robinson Gordon
1934 One Hour Late as Stephen Barclay
1934 Dangerous Corner as Robert Chatfield
1934 The Marines Are Coming as Capt. Edward 'Ned' Benton
1933 Ann Vickers as Lindsey Atwell
1933 The Constant Woman as Walt Underwood
1932 Fast Life as Burton
1932 Kongo as Kingsland
1932 Divorce In The Family as Dr. Phil Shumaker
1932 The Man Called Back as Dr. David Yorke
1932 Hell Divers as Duke Johnson
1931 The Pagan Lady as Ernest Todd
1931 The Reckless Hour as Edward 'Eddie' Adams
1931 Son of India as William Darsay
1931 Three Who Loved as John Hanson
1931 The Bad Sister as Dr. Dick Lindley
1931 East Lynne as Robert Carlyle
1931 The Right of Way as Charley 'Beauty' Steele
1930 Today as Fred Warner
1930 Du Barry, Woman of Passion as Cosse de Brissac
1930 A Lady Surrenders as Winthrop Beauvel
1930 Numbered Men as 26521
1930 One Romantic Night as Dr. Nicholas Haller
1930 Redemption as Victor Karenin
1930 The Divorcee as Paul
1930 The Ship from Shanghai as Howard Vazey
1929 Dynamite as Roger Towne
1929 The Hollywood Revue of 1929 as Himself - Master of Ceremonies
1929 The Kiss as André Dubail
1929 The Thirteenth Chair as Richard Crosby
1929 The Idle Rich as William van Luyn
1929 Kid Gloves as Kid Gloves
1929 The Redeeming Sin as Dr. Raoul de Boise
1928 The Michigan Kid as Jimmy Cowan, the Michigan Kid
1928 The Terror as Narrator of Spoken Credit Titles (uncredited)
1928 Caught in the Fog as Bob Vickers
1928 State Street Sadie as Ralph Blake
1928 The Mysterious Lady as Capt. Karl von Raden
1928 Diamond Handcuffs as John
1928 Glorious Betsy as Jérôme Bonaparte
1928 Tenderloin as Chuck White
1927 London After Midnight as Arthur Hibbs
1927 The Girl From Chicago as Handsome Joe
1927 Quality Street as Dr. Valentine Brown
1927 Slightly Used as Major John Smith
1927 Life in Hollywood No. 7 as Himself
1927 Heaven on Earth as Edmond Durand
1926 The Waning Sex as Philip Barry
1926 Exquisite Sinner as Dominique Prad
1926 Memory Lane as Jimmy Holt
1925 The Only Thing as Harry Vane, Duke of Chevenix
1925 Lights of Old Broadway as Dirk de Rhonde
1925 Pretty Ladies as Maggie's Dream Lover
1924 The Snob as Herrick Appleton
1924 The Rejected Woman as John Leslie
1924 Three Weeks as Paul Verdayne
1924 Name the Man as Victor Stowell
1923 Bella Donna as Nigel Armine
1922 Singed Wings as Peter Gordon
1922 Nice People as Scotty White
1922 A Trip to Paramountown as Himself
1922 Saturday Night as Richard Prentiss
1921 The Lost Romance as Allen Erskine, M.D
1921 What Every Woman Knows as John Shand
1921 Midsummer Madness as Julian Osborne
1921 Forbidden Fruit as Actor In Play 'Forbidden Fruit' (uncredited)
1920 Unseen Forces as Clyde Brunton

Directing

1937 Love Takes Flight Director

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