Bill Goodwin

Actor, Network radio announcer
Bill Goodwin worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Goodwin's earliest roles were in film, including "Blondie in Society" (1941), the Brian Donlevy action picture "Wake Island" (1942) ... Read more »
Born: 07/28/1910 in San Francisco, California, USA

Filmography

Actor (21)

Bundle of Joy 1956 (Movie)

Mr Creely (Actor)

The Opposite Sex 1956 (Movie)

Howard Fowler (Actor)

Lucky Me 1954 (Movie)

Otis Thayer (Actor)

The Atomic Kid 1954 (Movie)

Dr Rodell (Actor)

Jolson Sings Again 1948 (Movie)

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Spellbound 1945 (Movie)

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The Jolson Story 1945 (Movie)

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No Time For Love 1942 (Movie)

Christley (Actor)

Bathing Beauty (Movie)

Willis Evans (Actor)

Blondie Goes to College (Movie)

Announcer (Actor)

Blondie in Society (Movie)

Announcer (Actor)

Hit Parade of 1947 (Movie)

Rod Huntley (Actor)

House of Horrors (Movie)

Lt. Larry Brooks (Actor)

Incendiary Blonde (Movie)

Tim Callahan (Actor)

It's a Great Feeling (Movie)

Arthur Trent (Actor)

Proudly We Hail (Movie)

Capt. O'Rourke (Actor)

Riding High (Movie)

Chuck Stuart (Actor)

Tea for Two (Movie)

Moe Early (Actor)

The Life of Riley (Movie)

Sidney Monohan (Actor)

The Stork Club (Movie)

Sherman Billingsley (Actor)

Wake Island (Movie)

Sgt. Higbee (Actor)

Biography

Bill Goodwin worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Goodwin's earliest roles were in film, including "Blondie in Society" (1941), the Brian Donlevy action picture "Wake Island" (1942) and the Claudette Colbert drama "So Proudly We Hail" (1943). He also appeared in "No Time For Love" (1943) with Claudette Colbert, the musical "Riding High" (1943) with Dorothy Lamour and the musical comedy "Bathing Beauty" (1944) with Red Skelton. He continued to act in productions like the Betty Hutton comedy "The Stork Club" (1945), "The Jolson Story" (1946) with Larry Parks and "House of Horrors" (1946). He also appeared in "Hit Parade of 1947" (1947). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the comedy "The First Time" (1952) with Robert Cummings, the musical comedy "Lucky Me" (1954) with Doris Day and the Mickey Rooney comedy "The Atomic Kid" (1954). He also appeared in "The Opposite Sex" (1956) and the Eddie Fisher musical comedy "Bundle of Joy" (1956). Goodwin last worked on "Les Patterson Saves the World" (1990) featuring Barry "Dame Edna" Humphries. Bill Goodwin passed away in May 1958 at the age of 48.

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