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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of Angels Wash Their Faces

Angels Wash Their Faces

Release Date: Saturday, August 26 1939 (83 years ago)
Portrait of Ann SheridanAnn Sheridan
Joy Ryan
Ann Sheridan was:
Portrait of Billy HalopBilly Halop
William "Billy" Shafter
Billy Halop was:
Portrait of Bernard PunslyBernard Punsly
Luke "Sleepy" Arkelian (as Bernard Punsley)
Bernard Punsly was:
Portrait of Leo GorceyLeo Gorcey
Leo Finnegan
Leo Gorcey was:
Portrait of Huntz HallHuntz Hall
Huntz Hall was:
Portrait of Gabriel DellGabriel Dell
Gabriel Dell was:
Portrait of Bobby JordanBobby Jordan
Bernie Smith
Bobby Jordan was:
Portrait of Ronald ReaganRonald Reagan
Patrick "Pat" Remson
Ronald Reagan was:
Portrait of Bonita GranvilleBonita Granville
Peggy Finnegan
Bonita Granville was:
Portrait of Frankie ThomasFrankie Thomas
Gabe Ryan
Frankie Thomas was:
Portrait of Henry O'NeillHenry O'Neill
A.H. Remson
Henry O'Neill was:
Portrait of Eduardo CiannelliEduardo Ciannelli
Alfred Martino
Eduardo Ciannelli was:
Portrait of Berton ChurchillBerton Churchill
Mayor James Dooley
Berton Churchill was:
Portrait of Bernard NedellBernard Nedell
William Kroner
Bernard Nedell was:
Portrait of Dick RichDick Rich
Dick Rich was:
Portrait of Jackie SearlJackie Searl
Alfred Goonplatz
Jackie Searl was:
Portrait of Margaret HamiltonMargaret Hamilton
Miss Hannaberry
Margaret Hamilton was:
Portrait of Marjorie MainMarjorie Main
Mrs. Arkelian
Marjorie Main was:
Portrait of Minor WatsonMinor Watson
Minor Watson was:
Portrait of Cy KendallCy Kendall
H.J. Haines
Cy Kendall was:
Portrait of Grady SuttonGrady Sutton
Grady Sutton was:
Portrait of Aldrich BowkerAldrich Bowker
Aldrich Bowker was:
Portrait of Robert StrangeRobert Strange
Robert Strange was:
Portrait of Egon BrecherEgon Brecher
Mr. Smith
Egon Brecher was:
Portrait of Frankie BurkeFrankie Burke
Reform School Boy Making Knife (uncredited)
Frankie Burke was:
Portrait of Glen CavenderGlen Cavender
Driver of Moving Cart / Policeman at Bowling Alley (uncredited)
Glen Cavender was:
Portrait of Eddy ChandlerEddy Chandler
Policeman at Fire (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler was:
Portrait of Jack Rube CliffordJack Rube Clifford
Policeman at Fire (uncredited)
Jack Rube Clifford was:
Portrait of Frank Coghlan Jr.Frank Coghlan Jr.
Al - Boy Working Lathe (uncredited)
Frank Coghlan Jr. was:
Portrait of Eddie GrahamEddie Graham
Mayor's Chauffeur (uncredited)
Eddie Graham was:
Portrait of John HamiltonJohn Hamilton
Officer H.A. Merton (uncredited)
John Hamilton was:
Portrait of Sibyl HarrisSibyl Harris
Mrs. Smith (uncredited)
Sibyl Harris was:
Portrait of John HarronJohn Harron
Reporter (uncredited)
John Harron was:
Portrait of Howard HickmanHoward Hickman
Judge Wilson (uncredited)
Howard Hickman was:
Portrait of Max Hoffman Jr.Max Hoffman Jr.
Reporter (uncredited)
Max Hoffman Jr. was:
Portrait of Stuart HolmesStuart Holmes
Policeman at Bowling Alley (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes was:
Portrait of William HopperWilliam Hopper
Reporter (uncredited)
William Hopper was:
Portrait of Edward KeaneEdward Keane
Defense Attorney (uncredited)
Edward Keane was:
Portrait of Jack MowerJack Mower
Policeman at Accident (uncredited)
Jack Mower was:
Portrait of Garry OwenGarry Owen
Driver Whose Car Hit Sleepy (uncredited)
Garry Owen was:
Portrait of Paul PanzerPaul Panzer
Man Running in Courtroom / Policeman at Bowling Alley (uncredited)
Paul Panzer was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
Guard at Reform School (uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of John J. RichardsonJohn J. Richardson
Dish Vendor (uncredited)
John J. Richardson was:
Portrait of John RidgelyJohn Ridgely
Reporter at Pillory (uncredited)
John Ridgely was:
Portrait of Cliff SaumCliff Saum
Mr. Miller (uncredited)
Cliff Saum was:
Portrait of Harry StrangHarry Strang
Assistant Turnkey (uncredited)
Harry Strang was:
Portrait of Charles TrowbridgeCharles Trowbridge
Reform School Superintendent (uncredited)
Charles Trowbridge was:
Portrait of Jack WagnerJack Wagner
Jimmy Marsh (uncredited)
Jack Wagner was:
Portrait of Tom WilsonTom Wilson
Policeman at Bowling Alley (uncredited)
Tom Wilson was:
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