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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Hollywood Story

Hollywood Story

Release Date: Friday, June 1 1951 (71 years ago)
Portrait of Richard ConteRichard Conte
Larry O'Brien
Richard Conte was:
Portrait of Julie AdamsJulie Adams
Sally Rousseau / Amanda Rousseau
Julie Adams was:
Portrait of Richard EganRichard Egan
Police Lt. Bud Lennox
Richard Egan was:
Portrait of Henry HullHenry Hull
Philip Ferrara / Vincent St. Clair
Henry Hull was:
Portrait of Fred ClarkFred Clark
Sam Collyer
Fred Clark was:
Portrait of Jim BackusJim Backus
Mitch Davis
Jim Backus was:
Portrait of Houseley StevensonHouseley Stevenson
John Miller, Studio Guard
Houseley Stevenson was:
Portrait of Paul CavanaghPaul Cavanagh
Roland Paul
Paul Cavanagh was:
Portrait of Katherine MeskillKatherine Meskill
Katherine Meskill was:
Portrait of Louis LettieriLouis Lettieri
Jimmy Davis
Louis Lettieri was:
Portrait of Francis X. BushmanFrancis X. Bushman
Francis X. Bushman was:
Portrait of Betty BlytheBetty Blythe
Betty Blythe was:
Portrait of William FarnumWilliam Farnum
William Farnum was:
Portrait of Helen GibsonHelen Gibson
Helen Gibson was:
Portrait of Joel McCreaJoel McCrea
Joel McCrea
Joel McCrea was:
Portrait of Rico AlanizRico Alaniz
Spanish Actor (uncredited)
Rico Alaniz was:
Portrait of Tony BarrTony Barr
Seedy Hotel Night Clerk (uncredited)
Tony Barr was:
Portrait of Chet BrandenburgChet Brandenburg
Crew Member (uncredited)
Chet Brandenburg was:
Portrait of Peter BroccoPeter Brocco
Charles Rodale (uncredited)
Peter Brocco was:
Portrait of Harris BrownHarris Brown
Mortuary Employee (uncredited)
Harris Brown was:
Portrait of Joseph BryanJoseph Bryan
Waiter (uncredited)
Joseph Bryan was:
Portrait of James J. CasinoJames J. Casino
Attendant (uncredited)
James J. Casino was:
Portrait of William CastleWilliam Castle
Himself (uncredited)
William Castle was:
Portrait of Bing ConleyBing Conley
Parade Spectator (uncredited)
Bing Conley was:
Portrait of John CrawfordJohn Crawford
1st Detective (uncredited)
John Crawford was:
Portrait of Russell DennisRussell Dennis
Publicity Man (uncredited)
Russell Dennis was:
Portrait of Marjorie EatonMarjorie Eaton
Weird-Looking Woman (uncredited)
Marjorie Eaton was:
Portrait of Douglas EvansDouglas Evans
Director (uncredited)
Douglas Evans was:
Portrait of William FawcettWilliam Fawcett
Actor as Beggar in Commissary (uncredited)
William Fawcett was:
Portrait of Charlie GibbsCharlie Gibbs
Detective (uncredited)
Charlie Gibbs was:
Portrait of Herschel GrahamHerschel Graham
Parade Spectator (uncredited)
Herschel Graham was:
Portrait of Jimmy GrayJimmy Gray
Waiter (uncredited)
Jimmy Gray was:
Portrait of Robert HainesRobert Haines
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Robert Haines was:
Portrait of Eddie KaneEddie Kane
Producer (uncredited)
Eddie Kane was:
Portrait of Mike LallyMike Lally
Airport Arrivee (uncredited)
Mike Lally was:
Portrait of Elmo LincolnElmo Lincoln
Himself (uncredited)
Elmo Lincoln was:
Portrait of William MarksWilliam Marks
Assistant Director (uncredited)
William Marks was:
Portrait of Joseph MellJoseph Mell
Sylvester (uncredited)
Joseph Mell was:
Portrait of Jean MillsJean Mills
Pretty Blonde in Café (uncredited)
Jean Mills was:
Portrait of Forbes MurrayForbes Murray
Producer (uncredited)
Forbes Murray was:
Portrait of Richard NeillRichard Neill
Himself (uncredited)
Richard Neill was:
Portrait of Barry NortonBarry Norton
Christmas Parade Spectator (uncredited)
Barry Norton was:
Portrait of William H. O'BrienWilliam H. O'Brien
Café Waiter (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien was:
Portrait of Frank O'ConnorFrank O'Connor
Policeman (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor was:
Portrait of Allen O'LocklinAllen O'Locklin
Attendant (uncredited)
Allen O'Locklin was:
Portrait of Gloria PetroffGloria Petroff
Kathy (uncredited)
Gloria Petroff was:
Portrait of Jack ReynoldsJack Reynolds
Cameraman (uncredited)
Jack Reynolds was:
Portrait of Victor RomitoVictor Romito
Waiter (uncredited)
Victor Romito was:
Portrait of Cosmo SardoCosmo Sardo
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo was:
Portrait of Charles SherlockCharles Sherlock
Projectionist (uncredited)
Charles Sherlock was:
Portrait of Robert ShermanRobert Sherman
Actor in Full Dress (uncredited)
Robert Sherman was:
Portrait of Olan SouleOlan Soule
Radio Commentator (uncredited)
Olan Soule was:
Portrait of Robert R. StephensonRobert R. Stephenson
Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Robert R. Stephenson was:
Portrait of Charles SullivanCharles Sullivan
Detective (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan was:
Portrait of Edwin TuttleEdwin Tuttle
Parade Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Tuttle was:
Portrait of William VedderWilliam Vedder
San Juan Capistrano Sexton (uncredited)
William Vedder was:
Portrait of June Whitley TaylorJune Whitley Taylor
Juliet Davis (uncredited)
June Whitley Taylor was:
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