Nick Lukats

Nick Lukats was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Lukats's career beginnings included film roles in "Rose Bowl" (1936) with Tom Brown and the Barbara Stanwyck drama "Internes Can't Take Money" (1937) ... Read more »
Born: 05/01/1911

Filmography

Actor (12)

Born to the West 1937 (Movie)

(Actor)

Champagne Waltz (Movie)

Young Man (Actor)

College Holiday (Movie)

Wisconsin (Actor)

Extortion (Movie)

Roy Jennings (Actor)

I Am the Law (Movie)

Graduate Law Student (Actor)

King of Gamblers (Movie)

Taxi Driver (Actor)

Make Way for Tomorrow (Movie)

Boy Friend (Actor)

Rebellious Daughters (Movie)

Girard (Actor)

Rose Bowl (Movie)

Donavan (Actor)

Start Cheering (Movie)

(Actor)

Strike Me Pink (Movie)

(Actor)

The Duke of West Point (Movie)

Plebe Football Coach (Actor)

Biography

Nick Lukats was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Lukats's career beginnings included film roles in "Rose Bowl" (1936) with Tom Brown and the Barbara Stanwyck drama "Internes Can't Take Money" (1937). Lukats then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in "King of Gamblers" (1937) with Claire Trevor, the western "Born to the West" (1938) with John Wayne and the drama "The Duke of West Point" (1939) with Louis Hayward. He also appeared in the biopic "Knute Rockne - All American" (1940) with Pat O'Brien. Later in his career, Lukats wrote the Frankie Albert drama "The Spirit of Stanford" (1942). Lukats passed away in January 1979 at the age of 68.

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