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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Happy Days

Happy Days

Release Date: 1929-09-16 (92 years ago)
Portrait of Stuart ErwinStuart Erwin
Stuart Erwin was:
Portrait of Marjorie WhiteMarjorie White
Marjorie White was:
Portrait of Richard KeeneRichard Keene
Richard Keene was:
Portrait of Janet GaynorJanet Gaynor
Janet Gaynor was:
Portrait of Charles FarrellCharles Farrell
Charles Farrell was:
Portrait of Frank AlbertsonFrank Albertson
Frankie Albertson
Frank Albertson was:
Portrait of Rex BellRex Bell
Rex Bell
Rex Bell was:
Portrait of Victor McLaglenVictor McLaglen
Minstrel Show Performer
Victor McLaglen was:
Portrait of El BrendelEl Brendel
Minstrel Show Performer
El Brendel was:
Portrait of George JesselGeorge Jessel
Minstrel Show Performer
George Jessel was:
Portrait of Will RogersWill Rogers
Minstrel Show Performer
Will Rogers was:
Portrait of Betty GrableBetty Grable
Chorus Woman
Betty Grable was:
Portrait of Warner BaxterWarner Baxter
Minstrel Show Performer
Warner Baxter was:
Portrait of William Collier Sr.William Collier Sr.
End Man - Minstrel Show
William Collier Sr. was:
Portrait of J. Farrell MacDonaldJ. Farrell MacDonald
Train Conductor
J. Farrell MacDonald was:
Portrait of Walter CatlettWalter Catlett
End Man - Minstrel Show
Walter Catlett was:
Portrait of Tom KennedyTom Kennedy
Doorman (uncredited)
Tom Kennedy was:
Portrait of Lucien LittlefieldLucien Littlefield
Lucien Littlefield
Lucien Littlefield was:
Portrait of Ann PenningtonAnn Pennington
Dancer - 'Snake Hips' Number
Ann Pennington was:
Portrait of Dixie LeeDixie Lee
Lead Dancer in 'Crazy Feet' number
Dixie Lee was:
Portrait of Dorothy KirstenDorothy Kirsten
Chorus Woman
Dorothy Kirsten was:
Portrait of Charles E. EvansCharles E. Evans
Colonel Billy Batcher
Charles E. Evans was:
Portrait of Martha Lee SparksMartha Lee Sparks
Nancy Lee
Martha Lee Sparks was:
Portrait of James J. CorbettJames J. Corbett
Interlocutor - Minstrel Show
James J. Corbett was:
Portrait of Clifford DempseyClifford Dempsey
Sheriff Benton
Clifford Dempsey was:
Portrait of George MacFarlaneGeorge MacFarlane
Interlocutor - Minstrel Show
George MacFarlane was:
Portrait of Tom PatricolaTom Patricola
Minstrel Show Performer
Tom Patricola was:
Portrait of Edmund LoweEdmund Lowe
Minstrel Show Performer
Edmund Lowe was:
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