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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The Undercover Man

The Undercover Man

Release Date: Monday, March 21 1949 (73 years ago)
Portrait of Glenn FordGlenn Ford
Frank Warren
Glenn Ford was:
Portrait of Nina FochNina Foch
Judith Warren
Nina Foch was:
Portrait of James WhitmoreJames Whitmore
George Pappas
James Whitmore was:
Portrait of Barry KelleyBarry Kelley
Attorney Edward J. O'Rourke
Barry Kelley was:
Portrait of Frank TweddellFrank Tweddell
Inspector Herzog
Frank Tweddell was:
Portrait of Howard St. JohnHoward St. John
Joseph S. Horan
Howard St. John was:
Portrait of John F. HamiltonJohn F. Hamilton
Police Desk Sergeant Shannon
John F. Hamilton was:
Portrait of Leo PennLeo Penn
Sidney Gordon
Leo Penn was:
Portrait of Joan LazerJoan Lazer
Rosa Rocco
Joan Lazer was:
Portrait of Esther MinciottiEsther Minciotti
Maria Rocco
Esther Minciotti was:
Portrait of Angela ClarkeAngela Clarke
Theresa Rocco
Angela Clarke was:
Portrait of Anthony CarusoAnthony Caruso
Salvatore Rocco
Anthony Caruso was:
Portrait of Robert OsterlohRobert Osterloh
Emanuel 'Manny' Zanger
Robert Osterloh was:
Portrait of Kay MedfordKay Medford
Gladys LaVerne
Kay Medford was:
Portrait of Patricia BarryPatricia Barry
Muriel Gordon
Patricia Barry was:
Portrait of David BauerDavid Bauer
Stanley Weinburg
David Bauer was:
Portrait of Richard BartellRichard Bartell
Richard Bartell was:
Portrait of Peter BroccoPeter Brocco
Peter Brocco was:
Portrait of John ButlerJohn Butler
John Butler was:
Portrait of Wheaton ChambersWheaton Chambers
Wheaton Chambers was:
Portrait of Marcella CisneyMarcella Cisney
Marcella Cisney was:
Portrait of Michael CisneyMichael Cisney
Michael Cisney was:
Portrait of Tom ColemanTom Coleman
Tom Coleman was:
Portrait of Roy DarmourRoy Darmour
Roy Darmour was:
Portrait of George DouglasGeorge Douglas
George Douglas was:
Portrait of Jim DrumJim Drum
Jim Drum was:
Portrait of Sidney DubinSidney Dubin
Sidney Dubin was:
Portrait of Ben ErwayBen Erway
Ben Erway was:
Portrait of Virginia FarmerVirginia Farmer
Virginia Farmer was:
Portrait of John GeorgeJohn George
John George was:
Portrait of Everett GlassEverett Glass
Everett Glass was:
Portrait of Jack GordonJack Gordon
Jack Gordon was:
Portrait of Sol GorssSol Gorss
Sol Gorss was:
Portrait of Kit GuardKit Guard
Kit Guard was:
Portrait of Robert HainesRobert Haines
Robert Haines was:
Portrait of Tom HanlonTom Hanlon
Tom Hanlon was:
Portrait of John IrelandJohn Ireland
John Ireland was:
Portrait of Ted JordanTed Jordan
Ted Jordan was:
Portrait of Paul KrugerPaul Kruger
Paul Kruger was:
Portrait of Pat LanePat Lane
Pat Lane was:
Portrait of Robert MalcolmRobert Malcolm
Robert Malcolm was:
Portrait of Cy MalisCy Malis
Cy Malis was:
Portrait of Joe MantellJoe Mantell
Joe Mantell was:
Portrait of Paul MarionPaul Marion
Paul Marion was:
Portrait of Irene MartinIrene Martin
Irene Martin was:
Portrait of Allen MathewsAllen Mathews
Allen Mathews was:
Portrait of Edwin MaxEdwin Max
Edwin Max was:
Portrait of Frank MayoFrank Mayo
Frank Mayo was:
Portrait of Daniel MeyersDaniel Meyers
Daniel Meyers was:
Portrait of Silvio MinciottiSilvio Minciotti
Silvio Minciotti was:
Portrait of Al MurphyAl Murphy
Al Murphy was:
Portrait of Billy NelsonBilly Nelson
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Portrait of Brian O'HaraBrian O'Hara
Brian O'Hara was:
Portrait of Joe PalmaJoe Palma
Joe Palma was:
Portrait of Franklin ParkerFranklin Parker
Franklin Parker was:
Portrait of Rose PlumerRose Plumer
Rose Plumer was:
Portrait of Ed RandolphEd Randolph
Ed Randolph was:
Portrait of Stella LeSaintStella LeSaint
Stella LeSaint was:
Portrait of William RhinehartWilliam Rhinehart
William Rhinehart was:
Portrait of Wally RoseWally Rose
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Portrait of Cosmo SardoCosmo Sardo
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Portrait of Bernard SellBernard Sell
Bernard Sell was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Larry Steers was:
Portrait of Bert StevensBert Stevens
Bert Stevens was:
Portrait of Bill StubbsBill Stubbs
Bill Stubbs was:
Portrait of Glen ThompsonGlen Thompson
Glen Thompson was:
Portrait of Arthur ToveyArthur Tovey
Arthur Tovey was:
Portrait of William VedderWilliam Vedder
William Vedder was:
Portrait of Peter VirgoPeter Virgo
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Portrait of Ralph VolkieRalph Volkie
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Portrait of Helen WallaceHelen Wallace
Helen Wallace was:
Portrait of Harlan WardeHarlan Warde
Harlan Warde was:
Portrait of Than WyennThan Wyenn
Than Wyenn was:
Portrait of Esther ZeitlinEsther Zeitlin
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