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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Body and Soul

Body and Soul

Release Date: Tuesday, November 11 1947 (74 years ago)
Portrait of John GarfieldJohn Garfield
Charley Davis
John Garfield was:
Portrait of Lilli PalmerLilli Palmer
Peg Born
Lilli Palmer was:
Portrait of Hazel BrooksHazel Brooks
Alice
Hazel Brooks was:
Portrait of Anne RevereAnne Revere
Anna Davis
Anne Revere was:
Portrait of William ConradWilliam Conrad
Quinn
William Conrad was:
Portrait of Joseph PevneyJoseph Pevney
Shorty Polaski
Joseph Pevney was:
Portrait of Lloyd GoughLloyd Gough
Roberts
Lloyd Gough was:
Portrait of Canada LeeCanada Lee
Ben Chaplin
Canada Lee was:
Portrait of Larry AnzaloneLarry Anzalone
Fighter Being Knocked Out (uncredited)
Larry Anzalone was:
Portrait of Al BainAl Bain
Club Patron (uncredited)
Al Bain was:
Portrait of Steve BentonSteve Benton
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Steve Benton was:
Portrait of Eddie BordenEddie Borden
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Eddie Borden was:
Portrait of Paul BradleyPaul Bradley
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Paul Bradley was:
Portrait of James BurkeJames Burke
Arnold (uncredited)
James Burke was:
Portrait of George M. CarletonGeorge M. Carleton
Prizefight Doctor (uncredited)
George M. Carleton was:
Portrait of James CarlisleJames Carlisle
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
James Carlisle was:
Portrait of Wheaton ChambersWheaton Chambers
Ben's Doctor (uncredited)
Wheaton Chambers was:
Portrait of Mary CurrierMary Currier
Miss Tedder (uncredited)
Mary Currier was:
Portrait of Sayre DearingSayre Dearing
Bartender (uncredited)
Sayre Dearing was:
Portrait of Joe DevlinJoe Devlin
Prince (uncredited)
Joe Devlin was:
Portrait of Artie DorellArtie Dorell
Jack Marlow (uncredited)
Artie Dorell was:
Portrait of Al EbenAl Eben
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Al Eben was:
Portrait of Caferino GarciaCaferino Garcia
Boxer in Training Camp (uncredited)
Caferino Garcia was:
Portrait of Herschel GrahamHerschel Graham
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Herschel Graham was:
Portrait of Joe GrayJoe Gray
Cornerman (uncredited)
Joe Gray was:
Portrait of Virginia GreggVirginia Gregg
Irma (uncredited)
Virginia Gregg was:
Portrait of Stuart HallStuart Hall
Observer at Scene (uncredited)
Stuart Hall was:
Portrait of John IndrisanoJohn Indrisano
Davis-Marlowe Fight Referee (uncredited)
John Indrisano was:
Portrait of Sheldon JettSheldon Jett
Sam - Pool Hall Proprietor (uncredited)
Sheldon Jett was:
Portrait of Milton KibbeeMilton Kibbee
Dan - Marlowe's Manager (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee was:
Portrait of Mike LallyMike Lally
Timekeeper (uncredited)
Mike Lally was:
Portrait of Glen LeeGlen Lee
Marino (uncredited)
Glen Lee was:
Portrait of Theodore LorchTheodore Lorch
Man at Weigh-in (uncredited)
Theodore Lorch was:
Portrait of Wilbur MackWilbur Mack
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack was:
Portrait of George MagrillGeorge Magrill
Fight Stadium Cop (uncredited)
George Magrill was:
Portrait of Pat McKeePat McKee
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Pat McKee was:
Portrait of Sid MeltonSid Melton
Prizefight Spectator (uncredited)
Sid Melton was:
Portrait of Harold MillerHarold Miller
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Harold Miller was:
Portrait of Forbes MurrayForbes Murray
Weigh-in Official (uncredited)
Forbes Murray was:
Portrait of William H. O'BrienWilliam H. O'Brien
Bartender (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien was:
Portrait of Charles PerryCharles Perry
Cornerman (uncredited)
Charles Perry was:
Portrait of Paul PowerPaul Power
Party Guest (uncredited)
Paul Power was:
Portrait of Mike RaganMike Ragan
Ring Photographer (uncredited)
Mike Ragan was:
Portrait of Bob ReevesBob Reeves
Police Officer (uncredited)
Bob Reeves was:
Portrait of Frank RiggiFrank Riggi
Boxer in Training Camp (uncredited)
Frank Riggi was:
Portrait of Cyril RingCyril Ring
Victor - Butler (uncredited)
Cyril Ring was:
Portrait of Shimen RuskinShimen Ruskin
Shimen, the Grocer (uncredited)
Shimen Ruskin was:
Portrait of Tim RyanTim Ryan
Jack Shelton (uncredited)
Tim Ryan was:
Portrait of Art SmithArt Smith
David Davis (uncredited)
Art Smith was:
Portrait of Larry SteersLarry Steers
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
Portrait of Bert StevensBert Stevens
Party Guest (uncredited)
Bert Stevens was:
Portrait of Dan TobeyDan Tobey
Fight Announcer (uncredited)
Dan Tobey was:
Portrait of Sid TroySid Troy
Party Guest (uncredited)
Sid Troy was:
Portrait of George TyneGeorge Tyne
Charlie's Friend (uncredited)
George Tyne was:
Portrait of Sailor VincentSailor Vincent
Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent was:
Portrait of Peter VirgoPeter Virgo
Drummer (uncredited)
Peter Virgo was:
Portrait of John WaldJohn Wald
Ringside Announcer (uncredited)
John Wald was:
Portrait of Ulysses WilliamsUlysses Williams
Boxer Getting Knocked Out (uncredited)
Ulysses Williams was:
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