Billy House

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.
Name Billy House
Also Known As
Birthday 1889-05-07
Deathday 1961-09-23
Gender Male
IMDB Billy House profile on IMDB
Place of Birth Mankato, Minnesota
As: Construction Site Fo
1958-04-23
Touch of Evil...
As: Bogardus, Postville
1950-07-14
Where Danger Lives...
As: Mr. Potter
1946-05-25
The Stranger...
As: Lord Mortimer
1946-05-10
Bedlam...
As: Fat man on beach
1959-04-30
Imitation of Life...
As: McFee
1948-10-15
Inner Sanctum...
As: Irontown salesman-ga
1931-07-11
Smart Money...
As: Albert Morgan
1958-09-16
The Fountain of Yout...
As: Luke Plummer
1951-04-01
Santa Fe...
As: Judge Cole
1956-11-01
Naked Gun...
As: Billy
1937-11-14
Merry Go Round of 19...
As: Mons. Cesare
1931-04-13
God's Gift To Women...
As: Uncle Barney
1952-04-28
Outlaw Women...
As: Seymour Jennison
1931-08-15
The Reckless Hour...
As: Friar Tuck
1950-06-21
Rogues Of Sherwood F...
As: George Allison
1931-10-24
Expensive Women...
As: Dr. Tovve
1945-05-23
Thrill of a Romance...