Tom Greenway was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Greenway landed roles in various films, including the western "Deputy Marshall" (1949) with Jon Hall, the comedic sports movie "The Harlem Globetrotters" (1951) with Thomas Gomez and the Anne Baxter drama "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" (1952). He also appeared in "The Winning Team" (1952) with Doris Day. He kept working in film throughout the fifties, starring in "The Glass Web" (1953) with Edward G Robinson, the remake "The True Story of Jesse James" (1956) with Robert Wagner and the Lana Turner dramatic adaptation "Peyton Place" (1957). He also appeared in the comedy "A Nice Little Bank That Should Be Robbed" (1958) with Tom Ewell. Nearing the end of his career, he tackled roles in the dramatic adaptation "Sing Boy Sing" (1958) with Tommy Sands, "North By Northwest" (1959) with Cary Grant and the adaptation "These Thousand Hills" (1959) with Don Murray. He also appeared in "The Story on Page One" (1960). Greenway more recently acted in "The Second Time Around" (1961) with Debbie Reynolds. Greenway passed away in February 1985 at the age of 76.