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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The Thin Man

The Thin Man

Release Date: Friday, May 25 1934 (88 years ago)
Portrait of William PowellWilliam Powell
Nick Charles
William Powell was:
Portrait of Myrna LoyMyrna Loy
Nora Charles
Myrna Loy was:
Portrait of Maureen O'SullivanMaureen O'Sullivan
Dorothy Wynant
Maureen O'Sullivan was:
Portrait of Nat PendletonNat Pendleton
Inspector John Guild
Nat Pendleton was:
Portrait of Minna GombellMinna Gombell
Mimi Wynant
Minna Gombell was:
Portrait of Porter HallPorter Hall
Herbert MacCaulay
Porter Hall was:
Portrait of Henry WadsworthHenry Wadsworth
Tommy
Henry Wadsworth was:
Portrait of William HenryWilliam Henry
Gilbert Wynant
William Henry was:
Portrait of Harold HuberHarold Huber
Arthur Nunheim
Harold Huber was:
Portrait of Cesar RomeroCesar Romero
Chris Jorgenson
Cesar Romero was:
Portrait of Natalie MoorheadNatalie Moorhead
Julia Wolf
Natalie Moorhead was:
Portrait of Edward BrophyEdward Brophy
Joe Morelli
Edward Brophy was:
Portrait of Edward EllisEdward Ellis
Clyde Wynant
Edward Ellis was:
Portrait of Cyril ThorntonCyril Thornton
Tanner
Cyril Thornton was:
Portrait of William AugustinWilliam Augustin
Wynant's Butler (uncredited)
William Augustin was:
Portrait of Polly BaileyPolly Bailey
Janitress (uncredited)
Polly Bailey was:
Portrait of Arthur BelascoArthur Belasco
Detective (uncredited)
Arthur Belasco was:
Portrait of Brooks BenedictBrooks Benedict
Night Club Patron (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict was:
Portrait of Tui BowTui Bow
Stenographer (uncredited)
Tui Bow was:
Portrait of Raymond BrownRaymond Brown
Police Dr. Walton (uncredited)
Raymond Brown was:
Portrait of Ruth ChanningRuth Channing
Mrs. Jorgenson (uncredited)
Ruth Channing was:
Portrait of Jack CheathamJack Cheatham
Detective (uncredited)
Jack Cheatham was:
Portrait of Clay ClementClay Clement
Quinn (uncredited)
Clay Clement was:
Portrait of Nick CopelandNick Copeland
Reporter (uncredited)
Nick Copeland was:
Portrait of Pat FlahertyPat Flaherty
Fighter at Party (uncredited)
Pat Flaherty was:
Portrait of Douglas FowleyDouglas Fowley
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Douglas Fowley was:
Portrait of Christian J. FrankChristian J. Frank
Plainclothesman (uncredited)
Christian J. Frank was:
Portrait of Kenneth GibsonKenneth Gibson
Apartment Clerk (uncredited)
Kenneth Gibson was:
Portrait of Dick GordonDick Gordon
Night Club Patron (uncredited)
Dick Gordon was:
Portrait of Creighton HaleCreighton Hale
Reporter (uncredited)
Creighton Hale was:
Portrait of Sherry HallSherry Hall
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Sherry Hall was:
Portrait of Edward HearnEdward Hearn
Detective (uncredited)
Edward Hearn was:
Portrait of Robert HomansRobert Homans
Billy the Detective (uncredited)
Robert Homans was:
Portrait of John IrwinJohn Irwin
'Face' Tefler (uncredited)
John Irwin was:
Portrait of Thomas E. JacksonThomas E. Jackson
Reporter (uncredited)
Thomas E. Jackson was:
Portrait of Sydney JarvisSydney Jarvis
Witness (uncredited)
Sydney Jarvis was:
Portrait of Tiny JonesTiny Jones
Woman Buying Newspaper (uncredited)
Tiny Jones was:
Portrait of Kenner G. KempKenner G. Kemp
Night Club Patron (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp was:
Portrait of John LarkinJohn Larkin
Porter (uncredited)
John Larkin was:
Portrait of Walter LongWalter Long
Stutsy Burke (uncredited)
Walter Long was:
Portrait of Fred MalatestaFred Malatesta
Joe - Headwaiter (uncredited)
Fred Malatesta was:
Portrait of Hans MoebusHans Moebus
Night Club Patron (uncredited)
Hans Moebus was:
Portrait of William H. O'BrienWilliam H. O'Brien
Bartender (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien was:
Portrait of Frank O'ConnorFrank O'Connor
Detective Waiter (uncredited)
Frank O'Connor was:
Portrait of Henry OthoHenry Otho
Burly Party Waiter-Bodyguard (uncredited)
Henry Otho was:
Portrait of Garry OwenGarry Owen
Detective (uncredited)
Garry Owen was:
Portrait of Lee PhelpsLee Phelps
Detective (uncredited)
Lee Phelps was:
Portrait of Alexander PollardAlexander Pollard
Waiter Hired for Dinner (uncredited)
Alexander Pollard was:
Portrait of Albert PolletAlbert Pollet
Waiter Hired for Dinner (uncredited)
Albert Pollet was:
Portrait of Bob ReevesBob Reeves
Cop (uncredited)
Bob Reeves was:
Portrait of Bert RoachBert Roach
Crying Man at Party (uncredited)
Bert Roach was:
Portrait of Rolfe SedanRolfe Sedan
Waiter (uncredited)
Rolfe Sedan was:
Portrait of Gertrude ShortGertrude Short
Marian (uncredited)
Gertrude Short was:
Portrait of Lee ShumwayLee Shumway
Plainclothesman (uncredited)
Lee Shumway was:
Portrait of SkippySkippy
Asta (uncredited)
Skippy was:
Portrait of Pietro SossoPietro Sosso
Butler (uncredited)
Pietro Sosso was:
Portrait of Ben TaggartBen Taggart
Police Captain (uncredited)
Ben Taggart was:
Portrait of Phil TeadPhil Tead
Reporter (uncredited)
Phil Tead was:
Portrait of George TempletonGeorge Templeton
Reporter (uncredited)
George Templeton was:
Portrait of Harry TenbrookHarry Tenbrook
Guest at Nick's Party (uncredited)
Harry Tenbrook was:
Portrait of Huey WhiteHuey White
Minor Role (uncredited)
Huey White was:
Portrait of Leo WhiteLeo White
Leo - Waiter (uncredited)
Leo White was:
Portrait of Charles WilliamsCharles Williams
Fighter Manager (uncredited)
Charles Williams was:
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