Charles Williams

Charles Williams was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Williams's earliest roles were in film, including "Strangers of the Evening" (1932), the Cary Grant drama "Gambling Ship" (1933) and "Woman in the ... Read more »

Filmography

Actor (8)

Duke Ellington's Washington 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)

Actor

Man at the Top 1972 (Movie)

George Harvey (Actor)

A Lawless Street 1955 (Movie)

Willis (Actor)

The Magnetic Monster 1953 (Movie)

Cabby (Actor)

It's a Wonderful Life 1946 (Movie)

Cousin Eustace (Actor)

The Postman Always Rings Twice 1946 (Movie)

Jimmie White (Actor)

The Lady From Cheyenne 1940 (Movie)

(Actor)

Alexander's Ragtime Band 1937 (Movie)

Agent (Actor)
Camera, Film, & Tape (1)

Welcome Back, Kotter (TV Show)

Camera
Music (1)

The Doctor's Dilemma 1958 (Movie)

music director (Music)
Engineering, Electrical, & Grips (1)

Maximum Revenge 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)

Grip

Biography

Charles Williams was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Williams's earliest roles were in film, including "Strangers of the Evening" (1932), the Cary Grant drama "Gambling Ship" (1933) and "Woman in the Dark" (1934). He also appeared in the Walter Winchell comedy sequel "Love and Hisses" (1937), the comedy "Merry-Go-Round of 1938" (1937) with Bert Lahr and "Charlie Chan on Broadway" (1937). He continued to act in productions like the drama "Men With Wings" (1938) with Fred MacMurray, the Peter Lorre mystery "Mr. Moto's Gamble" (1938) and the Edgar Bergen comedy "Charlie McCarthy, Detective" (1939). He also appeared in the Ginger Rogers adaptation "The Primrose Path" (1940). During the latter half of his career, he continued to act in the adaptation "Doll Face" (1946) with Vivian Blaine, "The Postman Always Rings Twice" (1946) and the musical "Do You Love Me?" (1946) with Maureen O'Hara. He also appeared in "It's a Wonderful Life" (1946) with James Stewart and "Heading For Heaven" (1948) with Stuart Erwin. Williams most recently appeared on "Duke Ellington's Washington" (PBS, 1999-2000).

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