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Billy House

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Billy House (May 7, 1889 – September 23, 1961) was an US vaudevillian, Broadway performer and feature film actor. After devoting most of his career to live performance, he moved to Hollywood where he became a supporting actor during the 1940s and 1950s. According to Orson Welles, the name "Billy House" was likely an invention for use in burlesque theatres. Description above from the Wikipedia article Billy House, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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May 7, 1889 In Mankato, Minnesota
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie God's Gift to Women 1931-04-13
Latest Project:
Movie Imitation of Life 1959-10-02
Known For
Poster of The Stranger
Poster of Bedlam
Poster of Thrill of a Romance
Poster of Smart Money
Movie Imitation of Life Fat Man on Beach 1959-10-02
Movie Touch of Evil Construction Site Foreman (uncredited) 1958-03-30
Series Colgate Theatre Unknown 1958-08-19
Movie The Fountain of Youth Albert Morgan 1958-09-16
Movie Naked Gun Judge Cole 1956-11-01
Movie Aladdin and His Lamp Kafan 1952-02-24
Movie Outlaw Women Uncle Barney 1952-04-28
Movie Santa Fe Luke Plummer 1951-04-01
Movie Rogues Of Sherwood Forest Friar Tuck 1950-06-21
Movie Where Danger Lives Bogardus, Postville J.P. 1950-11-16
Movie Inner Sanctum McFee 1948-10-15
Movie Trail Street Carmody 1947-02-19
Movie The Egg and I Billy Reed 1947-05-01
Movie The Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap Shotgun Rider (voice) (uncredited) 1947-10-08
Movie Joe Palooka in the Knockout Sam Wheeler 1947-09-20
Movie Bedlam Lord Mortimer 1946-05-10
Movie The Stranger Mr. Potter 1946-07-02
Movie Thrill of a Romance Dr. Tovve 1945-05-23
Movie Merry Go Round of 1938 Billy 1937-11-14
Movie God's Gift to Women Mons. Cesare 1931-04-13
Movie Smart Money Irontown Salesman-Gambler 1931-07-11
Movie The Reckless Hour Seymour Jennison 1931-08-15
Movie Expensive Women George Allison 1931-10-24