Renie Riano

Renie Riano was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Riano's earliest roles were in film, including the comedy adaptation "Tovarich" (1937) with Claudette Colbert, the musical "You're a Sweetheart" (1937) ... Read more »
Born: 08/07/1899 in London, UK

Filmography

Actor (12)

Anderson and Company 1968 - 1969 (TV Show)

Actor

Fireball 500 1966 (Movie)

Herman's Wife (Actor)

Three on a Couch 1965 (Movie)

(Actor)

Pajama Party 1963 (Movie)

Maid (Actor)

The Abbott and Costello Show 1951 - 1954 (TV Show)

Actor

As Young As You Feel 1950 (Movie)

Harpist (Actor)

The Time of Your Life 1948 (Movie)

(Actor)

Jam Session 1944 (Movie)

Ms. Tobin (Actor)

Three Is a Family 1944 (Movie)

Genevieve (Actor)

Adam Had Four Sons 1940 (Movie)

Photographer (Actor)

Nancy Drew - Reporter 1938 (Movie)

Effie Schneider - Drew Housekeeper (Actor)

Men Are Such Fools 1937 (Movie)

Mrs. Pinkel (Actor)

Biography

Renie Riano was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Riano's earliest roles were in film, including the comedy adaptation "Tovarich" (1937) with Claudette Colbert, the musical "You're a Sweetheart" (1937) with Alice Faye and "Four's a Crowd" (1938) with Errol Flynn. She also appeared in the Bonita Granville mystery "Nancy Drew - Detective" (1938), the Wayne Morris drama "Men Are Such Fools" (1938) and "Outside of Paradise" (1938). She continued to work steadily in film throughout the forties, appearing in the dramatic adaptation "The Man Who Wouldn't Talk" (1940) with Lloyd Nolan, the comedic adaptation "The Ghost Comes Home" (1940) with Frank Morgan and "Adam Had Four Sons" (1941). She also appeared in the comedy "Affectionately Yours" (1941) with Merle Oberon. In the latter half of her career, she continued to act in "The Time of Your Life" (1948), "Jiggs and Maggie in Court" (1948) and "Jiggs and Maggie Out West" (1950). She also appeared in "As Young As You Feel" (1951) and the Tommy Kirk comedy "Pajama Party" (1964). Riano last worked on "Anderson and Company" (NBC, 1968-69). Riano passed away in July 1971 at the age of 72.

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