Sid Tomack

Sid Tomack was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Tomack landed roles in various films, including the musical "The Thrill of Brazil" (1946) with Evelyn Keyes, "Framed" ... Read more »
Born: 09/08/1907

Filmography

Actor (10)

Sail a Crooked Ship 1961 (Movie)

Sammy (Actor)

Last Train From Gun Hill 1958 (Movie)

Roomer (Actor)

Too Much, Too Soon 1958 (Movie)

Harry/Dick Harrison (Actor)

That Certain Feeling 1956 (Movie)

Senator (Actor)

These Wilder Years 1956 (Movie)

Jess the Bartender (Actor)

Living It Up 1954 (Movie)

Master of Ceremonies (Actor)

Appointment With Danger 1951 (Movie)

Trainman (Actor)

Abandoned 1949 (Movie)

Mr Humes (Actor)

Force of Evil 1948 (Movie)

Two & Two Taylor (Actor)

The Thrill of Brazil 1946 (Movie)

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Biography

Sid Tomack was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Tomack landed roles in various films, including the musical "The Thrill of Brazil" (1946) with Evelyn Keyes, "Framed" (1947) and "A Double Life" (1947). He also appeared in "Boston Blackie's Chinese Venture" (1948), "I Love Trouble" (1948) with Franchot Tone and the crime adaptation "Force of Evil" (1948) with John Garfield. He kept working in film throughout the forties, starring in the Lilli Palmer dramatic adaptation "My Girl Tisa" (1948), "The Crime Doctor's Diary" (1949) and the Edward G Robinson drama "House of Strangers" (1949). Nearing the end of his career, he continued to act in "Appointment With Danger" (1951) with Alan Ladd, the comedic adaptation "Living It Up" (1954) with Dean Martin and "The Girl Rush" (1955) with Rosalind Russell. He also appeared in the Bob Hope comedy "That Certain Feeling" (1956) and the James Cagney drama "These Wilder Years" (1956). Tomack more recently acted in "Sail a Crooked Ship" (1961). Tomack passed away in November 1962 at the age of 55.

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