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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of No Way Out

No Way Out

Release Date: Wednesday, August 16 1950 (72 years ago)
Portrait of Richard WidmarkRichard Widmark
Ray Biddle
Richard Widmark was:
Portrait of Linda DarnellLinda Darnell
Edie Johnson - Mrs. John Biddle
Linda Darnell was:
Portrait of Stephen McNallyStephen McNally
Dr. Dan Wharton
Stephen McNally was:
Portrait of Sidney PoitierSidney Poitier
Dr. Luther Brooks
Sidney Poitier was:
Portrait of Mildred Joanne SmithMildred Joanne Smith
Cora Brooks
Mildred Joanne Smith was:
Portrait of Harry BellaverHarry Bellaver
George Biddle
Harry Bellaver was:
Portrait of Stanley RidgesStanley Ridges
Dr. Sam Moreland
Stanley Ridges was:
Portrait of Dots JohnsonDots Johnson
Lefty Jones - Orderly
Dots Johnson was:
Portrait of Robert AdlerRobert Adler
Louie - Assistant Deputy in Hospital Prison Ward (uncredited)
Robert Adler was:
Portrait of Ernest AndersonErnest Anderson
School Teacher (uncredited)
Ernest Anderson was:
Portrait of Jessie ArnoldJessie Arnold
Woman (uncredited)
Jessie Arnold was:
Portrait of Eleanor AudleyEleanor Audley
Wife (uncredited)
Eleanor Audley was:
Portrait of Polly BaileyPolly Bailey
Woman (uncredited)
Polly Bailey was:
Portrait of Betsy BlairBetsy Blair
Telephone Operator (uncredited)
Betsy Blair was:
Portrait of Eileen BoyerEileen Boyer
Telephone Operator (uncredited)
Eileen Boyer was:
Portrait of Harry CarterHarry Carter
Orderly (uncredited)
Harry Carter was:
Portrait of Ken ChristyKen Christy
Officer Ed Kowlaski (uncredited)
Ken Christy was:
Portrait of Charles J. ConradCharles J. Conrad
Doctor (uncredited)
Charles J. Conrad was:
Portrait of Jack DaleyJack Daley
Man (uncredited)
Jack Daley was:
Portrait of Ossie DavisOssie Davis
John Brooks (uncredited)
Ossie Davis was:
Portrait of Ruby DeeRuby Dee
Connie Brooks (uncredited)
Ruby Dee was:
Portrait of Wade DumasWade Dumas
Jonah (uncredited)
Wade Dumas was:
Portrait of Ralph DunnRalph Dunn
Sam (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn was:
Portrait of Elzie EmanuelElzie Emanuel
Student (uncredited)
Elzie Emanuel was:
Portrait of Francine EverettFrancine Everett
Woman (uncredited)
Francine Everett was:
Portrait of Charles FergusonCharles Ferguson
Man Leaving Hospital (uncredited)
Charles Ferguson was:
Portrait of Charles FlynnCharles Flynn
Deputy (uncredited)
Charles Flynn was:
Portrait of Bert FreedBert Freed
Rocky Miller - Beaver Canal Resident (uncredited)
Bert Freed was:
Portrait of Alyce GoeringAlyce Goering
Woman (uncredited)
Alyce Goering was:
Portrait of Fred GrahamFred Graham
Wilson (uncredited)
Fred Graham was:
Portrait of Joe HartmanJoe Hartman
Doctor (uncredited)
Joe Hartman was:
Portrait of Gil HermanGil Herman
Doctor (uncredited)
Gil Herman was:
Portrait of Don HicksDon Hicks
Doctor (uncredited)
Don Hicks was:
Portrait of Ralph HodgesRalph Hodges
Terry (uncredited)
Ralph Hodges was:
Portrait of Ray HykeRay Hyke
Orderly (uncredited)
Ray Hyke was:
Portrait of Thomas IngersollThomas Ingersoll
Priest (uncredited)
Thomas Ingersoll was:
Portrait of Johnnie JallingsJohnnie Jallings
Telephone Operator (uncredited)
Johnnie Jallings was:
Portrait of Berneice JanssenBerneice Janssen
Secretary (uncredited)
Berneice Janssen was:
Portrait of Frank JaquetFrank Jaquet
Mr. Reilly (uncredited)
Frank Jaquet was:
Portrait of J. Louis JohnsonJ. Louis Johnson
Elderly Black Man (uncredited)
J. Louis Johnson was:
Portrait of Stan JohnsonStan Johnson
Intern (uncredited)
Stan Johnson was:
Portrait of Doris KemperDoris Kemper
Wife (uncredited)
Doris Kemper was:
Portrait of Victor KilianVictor Kilian
Father (uncredited)
Victor Kilian was:
Portrait of Don KohlerDon Kohler
Orderly (uncredited)
Don Kohler was:
Portrait of Jack KruschenJack Kruschen
Undetermined Minor Role (uncredited)
Jack Kruschen was:
Portrait of Marie LampeMarie Lampe
Telephone Operator (uncredited)
Marie Lampe was:
Portrait of Harry LauterHarry Lauter
Orderly (uncredited)
Harry Lauter was:
Portrait of Herbert LyttonHerbert Lytton
Doctor (uncredited)
Herbert Lytton was:
Portrait of Kathy MarloweKathy Marlowe
Woman (uncredited)
Kathy Marlowe was:
Portrait of Charles McAvoyCharles McAvoy
Riley (uncredited)
Charles McAvoy was:
Portrait of Eda Reiss MerinEda Reiss Merin
Nurse (uncredited)
Eda Reiss Merin was:
Portrait of Daniel MeyersDaniel Meyers
Man (uncredited)
Daniel Meyers was:
Portrait of Howard M. MitchellHoward M. Mitchell
Bailiff (uncredited)
Howard M. Mitchell was:
Portrait of Al MurphyAl Murphy
Cab Driver (uncredited)
Al Murphy was:
Portrait of Frederick O'NealFrederick O'Neal
Man (uncredited)
Frederick O'Neal was:
Portrait of Kitty O'NeilKitty O'Neil
Landlady (uncredited)
Kitty O'Neil was:
Portrait of Frank OvertonFrank Overton
Intern (uncredited)
Frank Overton was:
Portrait of Dick PaxtonDick Paxton
Johnny Biddle (uncredited)
Dick Paxton was:
Portrait of Barbara PepperBarbara Pepper
Woman (uncredited)
Barbara Pepper was:
Portrait of Maudie PrickettMaudie Prickett
Woman (uncredited)
Maudie Prickett was:
Portrait of William PullenWilliam Pullen
Ambulance Doctor (uncredited)
William Pullen was:
Portrait of Amanda RandolphAmanda Randolph
Gladys (uncredited)
Amanda Randolph was:
Portrait of Frank RichardsFrank Richards
Mac (uncredited)
Frank Richards was:
Portrait of Davis RobertsDavis Roberts
Heckler at Riot Meeting (uncredited)
Davis Roberts was:
Portrait of Jerry SheldonJerry Sheldon
Doctor (uncredited)
Jerry Sheldon was:
Portrait of Kathryn SheldonKathryn Sheldon
Mother (uncredited)
Kathryn Sheldon was:
Portrait of Maude SimmonsMaude Simmons
Luther's Mother (uncredited)
Maude Simmons was:
Portrait of Emmett SmithEmmett Smith
Joe (uncredited)
Emmett Smith was:
Portrait of Ray TealRay Teal
Day Deputy in Hospital Prison Ward (uncredited)
Ray Teal was:
Portrait of Art ThompsonArt Thompson
Doctor (uncredited)
Art Thompson was:
Portrait of Gertrude TigheGertrude Tighe
Telephone Operator (uncredited)
Gertrude Tighe was:
Portrait of Jim ToneyJim Toney
Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)
Jim Toney was:
Portrait of Phil TullyPhil Tully
Sergeant (uncredited)
Phil Tully was:
Portrait of George TyneGeorge Tyne
Whitey (uncredited)
George Tyne was:
Portrait of Ann TyrrellAnn Tyrrell
Nurse (uncredited)
Ann Tyrrell was:
Portrait of Ruth WarrenRuth Warren
Sam's Wife (uncredited)
Ruth Warren was:
Portrait of William WashingtonWilliam Washington
Student (uncredited)
William Washington was:
Portrait of Duke WatsonDuke Watson
Gas Station Attendent (uncredited)
Duke Watson was:
Portrait of Jasper WeldonJasper Weldon
Henry (uncredited)
Jasper Weldon was:
Portrait of Ruben WendorfRuben Wendorf
Polish Husband (uncredited)
Ruben Wendorf was:
Portrait of Leola WendorffLeola Wendorff
Polish Wife (uncredited)
Leola Wendorff was:
Portrait of John WhitneyJohn Whitney
Assistant (uncredited)
John Whitney was:
Portrait of Mack WilliamsMack Williams
Husband (uncredited)
Mack Williams was:
Portrait of Ian WolfeIan Wolfe
Watkins (uncredited)
Ian Wolfe was:
Portrait of Will WrightWill Wright
Dr. Cheney - Coroner (uncredited)
Will Wright was:
Portrait of Ann MorrisonAnn Morrison
Nurse
Ann Morrison was:
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