Dan Seymour

Actor
Stocky, swarthy character actor with a quiet, insinuating voice, who began appearing onscreen in the early 1940s and graced dozens of films thereafter, most memorably as ominous and snidely unpleasant villains. A ... Read more »
Born: 02/21/1915 in Chicago, Illinois, USA

Filmography

Actor (33)

Escape to Witch Mountain 1975 (Movie)

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The Centerfold Girls 1973 (Movie)

Proprietor (Actor)

The Way We Were 1973 (Movie)

Guest (Actor)

Return of the Fly 1958 (Movie)

Max Berthold (Actor)

The Buster Keaton Story 1957 (Movie)

Indian Chief (Actor)

The Sad Sack 1957 (Movie)

Arab Chieftain (Actor)

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt 1956 (Movie)

Greco (Actor)

Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy 1955 (Movie)

Josef (Actor)

Moonfleet 1955 (Movie)

Hull (Actor)

Human Desire 1954 (Movie)

Bartender (Actor)

The Big Heat 1953 (Movie)

Atkins (Actor)

Face to Face 1952 (Movie)

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Rancho Notorious 1952 (Movie)

Comanche Paul (Actor)

The Blue Veil 1951 (Movie)

(Actor)

Young Man With a Horn 1950 (Movie)

(Actor)

Key Largo 1948 (Movie)

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To Have and Have Not 1944 (Movie)

Captain Renard (Actor)

Road to Morocco 1941 (Movie)

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A Night in Casablanca (Movie)

Capt. Brizzard (Actor)

Bombs Over Burma (Movie)

Pete Braganza (Actor)

Confidential Agent (Movie)

Mr. Muckerji (Actor)

Glory Alley (Movie)

Sal "The Pig" Nichols (Actor)

Intrigue (Movie)

Karidian (Actor)

Joe Palooka in the Squared Circle (Movie)

Crawford (Actor)

Johnny Belinda (Movie)

Pacquet (Actor)

Kismet (Movie)

Fat Turk (Actor)

Mara Maru (Movie)

Lt.Zuenon (Actor)

Mug Town (Movie)

Chef (Actor)

Rainbow Island (Movie)

Fat Native Man (Actor)

The Searching Wind (Movie)

Rorrone (Actor)

The Spanish Main (Movie)

Jailer (Actor)

Tiger Fangs (Movie)

Henry Gratz (Actor)

Biography

Stocky, swarthy character actor with a quiet, insinuating voice, who began appearing onscreen in the early 1940s and graced dozens of films thereafter, most memorably as ominous and snidely unpleasant villains. A reliable actor busy through the late 50s, Seymour played one of his best-remembered roles in "Casablanca" (1943), as Abdul the Arab, the door guard of Rick's casino. He also acted opposite Bogart in "To Have and Have Not" (1944) and "Key Largo" (1948) in somewhat more sizable roles.

Relationships

Evelyn Seymour

Wife
survived him

Gregory Seymour

Son
survived him

Jeff Seymour

Son
survived him

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