Charles Irwin

Charles Irwin

  • Born on
    • January 31st, 1887
  • Died on
    • January 12th, 1969
Charles Irwin, a native of Ireland, was an actor and writer, known for Mutiny on the Bounty (1935), Montana (1950), and The Devil and Miss Jones (1941).

Starring Charles Irwin on Plex


Acting (42 Credits)

1958The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw as Luke
1956The King and I as Capt. Orton (uncredited)
1953The Caddy as Golf Starter
1950Montana as MacKenzie - Sheep Herder
1949The Big Wheel as Drunk
1948The Luck of the Irish as Cornelius
1945Kitty as Barrows (uncredited)
1944Frenchman's Creek as Zachariah Smith
1944The White Cliffs of Dover as Farmer Ben Kenney (uncredited)
1943Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man as Cardiff Police Constable (uncredited)
1943Johnny Come Lately as Cop
1943No Time for Love as Patrick Aloysius O'Conner - Gold Room Waiter
1943The Constant Nymph as Groom
1943Background to Danger as Hotchkins - English Traveler
1943Jane Eyre as Auctioneer
1942The Man Who Wouldn't Die as Gus / The Great Merlini (Uncredited)
1942Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake as Captain
1942The Black Swan
1942This Above All as Regimental Commander
1942This Gun for Hire as Old Irishman (uncredited)
1941Shadows on the Stairs as Constable
1941The Devil and Miss Jones as Second Detective
1940The Letter as Bob's Friend (uncredited)
1940The Man I Married
1940The Sea Hawk as Arnold Cross
1940The Great Dictator as Banquet Butler (uncredited)
1940Waterloo Bridge as Candlelight Club Announcer (uncredited)
1940Kitty Foyle as Drunk (uncredited)
1940A Dispatch from Reuters as Telegrapher for Reuter (uncredited)
1939Susannah of the Mounties as Sergeant MacGregor
1939Raffles as Detective Phillips
1939The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes as Marine Sergeant (uncredited)
1939The Little Princess as Wounded Soldier Outside Hospital
1937Shall We Dance as Fire Drill Steward (uncredited)
1936Go West Young Man as Master of Ceremonies
1936Libeled Lady as Steward (uncredited)
1935The Gilded Lily as Oscar
1935Whipsaw as Larry King
1935Mutiny on the Bounty as Thompson
1935Page Miss Glory as Radio Time Announcer (uncredited)
1934The Little Minister as John McClarity
1932Kongo as Carl (uncredited)

Himself (1 Credits)

1930King of Jazz as Himself, Announcer / Soldier ('All Noisy on the Eastern Front')

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