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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

My Woman

My Woman

Release Date: 1933-10-04 (88 years ago)
Helen Twelvetrees
Connie Rollins
Helen Twelvetrees was:
Victor Jory
John Bradley
Victor Jory was:
Wallace Ford
Chick Rollins
Wallace Ford was:
Claire Dodd
Muriel Bennett
Claire Dodd was:
Hobart Cavanaugh
Mr. Miller
Hobart Cavanaugh was:
Harry Holman
Lou
Harry Holman was:
Charles Lane
Conn
Charles Lane was:
Raymond Brown
Pop Riley
Raymond Brown was:
Ralph Freud
Captain McCluskey (Uncredited)
Ralph Freud was:
Eddie Kane
Eddie, Straight Man (Uncredited)
Eddie Kane was:
Gino Corrado
George, Waiter (Uncredited)
Gino Corrado was:
Warren Hymer
Al, Butler (Uncredited)
Warren Hymer was:
Lester Crawford
Treech (Uncredited)
Lester Crawford was:
Boothe Howard
Webster (Uncredited)
Boothe Howard was:
William Jeffrey
Cargle (Uncredited)
William Jeffrey was:
Edwin Stanley
Harry Mason, Studio Manager (Uncredited)
Edwin Stanley was:
Lorin Raker
Assistant Studio Manager (Uncredited)
Lorin Raker was:
Sherry Hall
Studio Announcer (Uncredited)
Sherry Hall was:
Ralph Brooks
Reporter on Train (Uncredited)
Ralph Brooks was:
Churchill Ross
Romantic Young Man with Glasses (Uncredited)
Churchill Ross was:
Mary Gordon
Woman at Ironing Board (Uncredited)
Mary Gordon was:
Joseph W. Girard
Sponsor (Uncredited)
Joseph W. Girard was:
Leo White
Card Player (Uncredited)
Leo White was:
Jay Eaton
Muriel's Friend at Party (Uncredited)
Jay Eaton was:
Beatrice Roberts
Party Guest (Uncredited)
Beatrice Roberts was:
Eddie Borden
Party Guest (Uncredited)
Eddie Borden was:
Donald Kerr
Party Guest (Uncredited)
Donald Kerr was:
Georgia Stark
Auditioning Singer (Uncredited)
Georgia Stark was:
Candy Candido
Auditioning Singer (Uncredited)
Candy Candido was:
Walter Brennan
Auditioning Man Who Does Animal Sounds (Uncredited)
Walter Brennan was:
Teddy Hart
Auditioning Vocal Painter (Uncredited)
Teddy Hart was:
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