Charles Irwin

Charles Irwin was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Irwin landed roles in various films, including the Paul Whiteman musical "King of Jazz" (1930), the Robert Montgomery ... Read more »
Born: 01/31/1887 in Curragh, IE

Filmography

Actor (59)

The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw 1958 (Movie)

Luke (Actor)

The Court Jester 1956 (Movie)

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The King and I 1956 (Movie)

Ship's Captain (Actor)

The Iron Glove 1954 (Movie)

James O'Toole (Actor)

Charge of the Lancers 1953 (Movie)

Tim Daugherty (Actor)

The Caddy 1953 (Movie)

Golf Starter (Actor)

Hangover Square 1945 (Movie)

Manager - King's Head Arms (Actor)

Forever and a Day 1943 (Movie)

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Johnny Come Lately 1942 (Movie)

Second Cop (Actor)

Desperate Journey 1941 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Black Swan 1941 (Movie)

(Actor)

To Be or Not to Be 1941 (Movie)

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International Squadron 1940 (Movie)

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The Gilded Lily 1934 (Movie)

Oscar (Actor)

A Girl, a Guy and A Gob (Movie)

Dance Hall Emcee (Actor)

And So They Were Married (Movie)

Tom Phillips, a drunk (Actor)

Another Dawn (Movie)

Kelly (Actor)

Background to Danger (Movie)

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Bomba on Panther Island (Movie)

Andy Barnes (Actor)

Bomba the Jungle Boy (Movie)

Andy Barnes (Actor)

Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (Movie)

Cockney Drunk on Street (Actor)

Captains of the Clouds (Movie)

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Challenge to Lassie (Movie)

Sergeant Major (Actor)

Double or Nothing (Movie)

Drunk (Actor)

Great Impersonation (Movie)

Yardly (Actor)

Hell Below (Movie)

Buck Teeth Sergeant (Actor)

I Stole a Million (Movie)

Theater Manager (Actor)

King of Jazz (Movie)

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Kitty (Movie)

Barrows (Actor)

Lassie Come Home (Movie)

Tom (Actor)

Let's Get Married (Movie)

Mike (Actor)

Live, Love and Learn (Movie)

Magazine Salesman (Actor)

Long Lost Father (Movie)

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Lord Jeff (Movie)

Mr. Burke (Actor)

Love on the Run (Movie)

Movie Camerama (Actor)

More Than a Secretary (Movie)

Mounted Policeman (Actor)

My Wild Irish Rose (Movie)

Toots (Actor)

Practically Yours (Movie)

Patterson (Actor)

Raffles (Movie)

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Shadows on the Stairs (Movie)

Constable (Actor)

Son of Fury (Movie)

Captain (Actor)

Susannah of the Mounties (Movie)

Sgt. McGregor (Actor)

Sweepstakes Winner (Movie)

Announcer (Actor)

The Crystal Ball (Movie)

Spieler (Actor)

The Foxes of Harrow (Movie)

Sean Fox (Actor)

The League of Frightened Men (Movie)

Augustus Farrell (Actor)

The Letter (Movie)

Bob's Friend (Actor)

The Light That Failed (Movie)

Soldier Model (Actor)

The Luck of the Irish (Movie)

Cornelius (Actor)

The Mystery of Mr. X (Movie)

Willis (Actor)

The Sea Hawk (Movie)

Arnold Cross (Actor)

The White Angel (Movie)

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The White Cliffs of Dover (Movie)

Farmer Kenney (Actor)

Treasure Island (Movie)

Abraham Gray (Actor)

Waterloo Bridge (Movie)

Announcer (Actor)

We Are Not Alone (Movie)

Working Man (Actor)

Whipsaw (Movie)

Larry King (Actor)

Wife vs. Secretary (Movie)

Information Clerk (Actor)

Wintertime (Movie)

Drunk (Actor)

Biography

Charles Irwin was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Irwin landed roles in various films, including the Paul Whiteman musical "King of Jazz" (1930), the Robert Montgomery action movie "Hell Below" (1933) and "The Mystery of Mr. X" (1934). He also appeared in the Wallace Beery adventure "Treasure Island" (1934), "The Moonstone" (1934) with David Manners and "The Gilded Lily" (1935) with Claudette Colbert. His film career continued throughout the thirties and the forties in productions like "The Light That Failed" (1939) with Ronald Colman, "Shadows on the Stairs" (1941) and the adaptation "International Squadron" (1941) with Ronald Reagan. He also appeared in "The Black Swan" (1942). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the comedy "The Luck of the Irish" (1948) with Tyrone Power, "Bomba on Panther Island" (1949) and the adventure "Bomba, The Jungle Boy" (1949) with Johnny Sheffield. He also appeared in the adventure "Challenge to Lassie" (1949) with Edmund Gwenn and the Errol Flynn western "Montana" (1950). Irwin was most recently credited in the Tim McIntire musical "American Hot Wax" (1978). Irwin passed away in January 1969 at the age of 82.

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