Rudy Bond

Throughout his entertainment career as an accomplished actor, Rudy Bond graced the silver screen many times. Bond started off his acting career mostly in film roles, appearing in the Vivien Leigh dramatic adaptation "A ... Read more »
Born: 10/01/1912

Filmography

Actor (19)

Stand By Your Man 1980 - 1981 (TV Show)

Actor

The Rose 1978 (Movie)

Monty (Actor)

The Taking of Pelham 1, 2, 3 1974 (Movie)

Police Commissioner (Actor)

The Godfather 1972 (Movie)

Cuneo (Actor)

McMillan & Wife 1971 (TV Show)

Actor

Move 1969 (Movie)

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Because They're Young 1960 (Movie)

Chris (Actor)

The Mountain Road 1960 (Movie)

Miller (Actor)

Middle of the Night 1959 (Movie)

Gould (Actor)

Run Silent, Run Deep 1958 (Movie)

Cullen (Actor)

12 Angry Men 1957 (Movie)

Judge (Actor)

Nightfall 1957 (Movie)

Red (Actor)

The Brothers Rico 1957 (Movie)

Gonzales (Actor)

The Defender 1956 - 1957 (TV Show)

Actor

On the Waterfront 1954 (Movie)

(Actor)

A Streetcar Named Desire 1950 (Movie)

Steve (Actor)

With These Hands 1949 (Movie)

Business Agent (Actor)

Brock's Last Case (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

Throughout his entertainment career as an accomplished actor, Rudy Bond graced the silver screen many times. Bond started off his acting career mostly in film roles, appearing in the Vivien Leigh dramatic adaptation "A Streetcar Named Desire" (1951), the Rita Hayworth drama "Miss Sadie Thompson" (1953) and the Marlon Brando crime picture "On the Waterfront" (1954). He also appeared in "Nightfall" (1957) and the dramatic adaptation "12 Angry Men" (1957) with Martin Balsam. He continued to act in productions like the thriller "The Brothers Rico" (1957) with Richard Conte, "Run Silent, Run Deep" (1958) and the Kim Novak dramatic adaptation "Middle of the Night" (1959). Nearing the end of his career, he continued to act in the Elliott Gould drama "Move" (1970), the Dustin Hoffman dramatic comedy "Who Is Harry Kellerman, and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?" (1971) and the crime flick "The Godfather" (1972) with Marlon Brando. He also appeared in "The Taking of Pelham 1, 2, 3" (1974) with Walter Matthau and "The Rose" (1979) with Bette Midler. Bond last appeared in "Stand By Your Man" (CBS, 1980-81). Bond passed away in March 1982 at the age of 70.

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