Louis Calhern

Actor
In silent films as a young man but best remembered for his elderly roles of the 1950s, notably as the lead in "Julius Caesar" (1953) and as Oliver Wendell Holmes in John Sturges's "The Magnificent Yankee" (1950) ... Read more »
Born: 02/16/1895 in New York City, New York, USA

Filmography

Actor (57)

Forever, Darling 1956 (Movie)

Charles Y Bewell (Actor)

High Society 1956 (Movie)

Uncle Willie (Actor)

Blackboard Jungle 1955 (Movie)

Jim Murdock (Actor)

The Prodigal 1955 (Movie)

Nahreeb (Actor)

Athena 1954 (Movie)

Grandpa Mulvain (Actor)

Betrayed 1954 (Movie)

General Ten Eyck (Actor)

Executive Suite 1954 (Movie)

George Nyle Caswell (Actor)

Men of the Fighting Lady 1954 (Movie)

James A Michener (Actor)

Rhapsody 1954 (Movie)

Nicholas Durant (Actor)

The Student Prince 1954 (Movie)

King of Karlsburg (Actor)

Confidentially Connie 1953 (Movie)

Opie Bedloe (Actor)

Julius Caesar 1953 (Movie)

Julius Caesar (Actor)

Latin Lovers 1953 (Movie)

Grandfather Santos (Actor)

Main Street to Broadway 1953 (Movie)

Himself (Actor)

The Prisoner of Zenda 1952 (Movie)

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We're Not Married 1952 (Movie)

reddie Melrose (Actor)

A Life of Her Own 1950 (Movie)

Jim Leversoe (Actor)

The Asphalt Jungle 1950 (Movie)

Alonzo D Emmerich (Actor)

The Red Danube 1949 (Movie)

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Notorious 1946 (Movie)

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The Bridge of San Luis Rey 1943 (Movie)

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Up in Arms 1943 (Movie)

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Heaven Can Wait 1942 (Movie)

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Fifth Avenue Girl 1938 (Movie)

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The Life of Emile Zola 1936 (Movie)

Major Dort (Actor)

The Gorgeous Hussy 1935 (Movie)

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Duck Soup 1933 (Movie)

Trentino (Actor)

20,000 Years in Sing-Sing (Movie)

Joe Finn (Actor)

Annie Get Your Gun (Movie)

Buffalo Bill (Actor)

Arch of Triumph (Movie)

Morosow (Actor)

Blonde Crazy (Movie)

Dapper Dan Barker (Actor)

Charlie McCarthy, Detective (Movie)

Arthur Aldrich (Actor)

Devil's Doorway (Movie)

Verne Coolan (Actor)

Diplomaniacs (Movie)

Winklereid (Actor)

Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet (Movie)

Dr. Brockdorf (Actor)

Frisco Jenny (Movie)

Steve Dutton (Actor)

Her Husband Lies (Movie)

Sordoni (Actor)

I Take This Woman (Movie)

Dr. Duveen (Actor)

Nancy Goes to Rio (Movie)

Gregory Elliott (Actor)

Night After Night (Movie)

Dick Bolton (Actor)

Nobody's Darling (Movie)

Curtis Farnswotih (Actor)

Remains to Be Seen (Movie)

Benjamin Goodman (Actor)

Stolen Heaven (Movie)

Steve Perry (Actor)

Sweet Adeline (Movie)

Maj. Jim Day (Actor)

The Affairs of Cellini (Movie)

Ottaviano (Actor)

The Arizonian (Movie)

Jake Mannen (Actor)

The Bridge of San Luis Rey (Movie)

The Viceroy (Actor)

The Count of Monte Cristo (Movie)

Raymond de Villefort Jr. (Actor)

The Last Days of Pompeii (Movie)

Prefect (Actor)

The Magnificent Yankee (Movie)

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. (Actor)

The Man with Two Faces (Movie)

Stanley Vance (Actor)

The Man with a Cloak (Movie)

Thevent (Actor)

The Red Pony (Movie)

Grandpa (Actor)

The Woman Accused (Movie)

Leo Young (Actor)

The World Gone Mad (Movie)

Christopher Bruno (Actor)

Two Weeks With Love (Movie)

Horatio Robinson (Actor)

Washington Story (Movie)

Charles W. Birch (Actor)

Biography

In silent films as a young man but best remembered for his elderly roles of the 1950s, notably as the lead in "Julius Caesar" (1953) and as Oliver Wendell Holmes in John Sturges's "The Magnificent Yankee" (1950). Married to actresses Ilka Chase, Julia Hoyt, Natalie Schaefer and Marianne Stewart.

Relationships

Ilka Chase Actor

Wife
Married June 1926

Dorothy Gish Actor

Companion

Julia Hoyt

Wife

Natalie Schafer Actor

Wife
Married April 20, 1933 divorced 1942

Marianne Stewart Actor

Wife

Milestones

1956

Final feature, "High Society"

1950

Starred as Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in "The Magnificent Yankee"

1946

Appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's, "Notorious"

1931

First sound film, "Blonde Crazy"

1921

Feature debut, "The Blot"

Bonus Trivia

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Died in Tokyo during filming of "The Tea House of the August Moon."

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