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ActorAgeCheck - How old was this actor in

Poster of The Awful Truth

The Awful Truth

Release Date: Wednesday, October 20 1937 (84 years ago)
Portrait of Irene DunneIrene Dunne
Lucy Warriner
Irene Dunne was:
Portrait of Cary GrantCary Grant
Jerry Warriner
Cary Grant was:
Portrait of Ralph BellamyRalph Bellamy
Dan Leeson
Ralph Bellamy was:
Portrait of Alexander D'ArcyAlexander D'Arcy
Armand Duvalle
Alexander D'Arcy was:
Portrait of Cecil CunninghamCecil Cunningham
Aunt Patsy
Cecil Cunningham was:
Portrait of Molly LamontMolly Lamont
Barbara Vance
Molly Lamont was:
Portrait of Esther DaleEsther Dale
Mrs. Leeson
Esther Dale was:
Portrait of Joyce ComptonJoyce Compton
Dixie Belle Lee
Joyce Compton was:
Portrait of Robert AllenRobert Allen
Frank Randall
Robert Allen was:
Portrait of Robert WarwickRobert Warwick
Mr. Vance
Robert Warwick was:
Portrait of Mary ForbesMary Forbes
Mrs. Vance
Mary Forbes was:
Portrait of Claud AllisterClaud Allister
Lord Fabian (uncredited)
Claud Allister was:
Portrait of Al BridgeAl Bridge
Motor Cop (uncredited)
Al Bridge was:
Portrait of Edgar DearingEdgar Dearing
Motor Cop (uncredited)
Edgar Dearing was:
Portrait of Wyn CahoonWyn Cahoon
Mrs. Barnsley (uncredited)
Wyn Cahoon was:
Portrait of Sarah EdwardsSarah Edwards
Lucy's Attorney's Wife (uncredited)
Sarah Edwards was:
Portrait of Bess FlowersBess Flowers
Viola Heath (uncredited)
Bess Flowers was:
Portrait of Mitchell HarrisMitchell Harris
Jerry's Attorney (uncredited)
Mitchell Harris was:
Portrait of Dell HendersonDell Henderson
Vance's Butler (uncredited)
Dell Henderson was:
Portrait of Scott KolkScott Kolk
Mr. Barnsley (uncredited)
Scott Kolk was:
Portrait of Bert MoorhouseBert Moorhouse
Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse was:
Portrait of Miki MoritaMiki Morita
Armand's Japanese Servant (uncredited)
Miki Morita was:
Portrait of Edmund MortimerEdmund Mortimer
Lucy's Attorney (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer was:
Portrait of Zita MoultonZita Moulton
Lady Fabian (uncredited)
Zita Moulton was:
Portrait of George C. PearceGeorge C. Pearce
'Dad' (uncredited)
George C. Pearce was:
Portrait of Edward Peil Sr.Edward Peil Sr.
Bailiff (uncredited)
Edward Peil Sr. was:
Portrait of Paul StantonPaul Stanton
Judge (uncredited)
Paul Stanton was:
Portrait of John TyrrellJohn Tyrrell
Hank (uncredited)
John Tyrrell was:
Portrait of Frank C. WilsonFrank C. Wilson
Master of Ceremonies (uncredited)
Frank C. Wilson was:
Portrait of Ruth CherringtonRuth Cherrington
Minor Role (uncredited)
Ruth Cherrington was:
Portrait of Dora ClementDora Clement
Minor Role (uncredited)
Dora Clement was:
Portrait of Arthur Stuart HullArthur Stuart Hull
Minor Role (uncredited)
Arthur Stuart Hull was:
Portrait of Frank McLureFrank McLure
Minor Role (uncredited)
Frank McLure was:
Portrait of Frances RaymondFrances Raymond
Minor Role (uncredited)
Frances Raymond was:
Portrait of Bruce SidneyBruce Sidney
Minor Role (uncredited)
Bruce Sidney was:
Portrait of Lee WillardLee Willard
Minor Role (uncredited)
Lee Willard was:
Portrait of SkippySkippy
Mr. Smith
Skippy was:
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