Rudy Bond

Rudy Bond

  • Born on
    • October 1st, 1912
  • Died on
    • March 29th, 1982
Rudolph Bond (October 10, 1912 – March 29, 1982) was an American actor who was active from 1947 until his death. His work spanned Broadway, Hollywood and US television. Bond was introduced to the world of acting at the age of 16. He was playing basketball with a group of friends when Julie Sutton, the director of a city amateur acting group (Neighborhood Players, which performed in the same building as the basketball area) approached the group and asked if anybody wanted to be in an upcoming play. He volunteered, and acted in several plays before leaving Philadelphia to join the United States Army. He spent four years in the army, was wounded while serving in World War II, and returned to Philadelphia upon his discharge. He continued acting in the Neighborhood Players until 1945, when he won second prize in the John Golden Award for Actors, which allowed him to enroll in Elia Kazan's Actor's Studio in New York City. Kazan got him a substantial role in two stage productions. After his success in the second (A Streetcar Named Desire), he was invited to Hollywood to recreate his stage role in the movie version. In 1951 he appeared in "Romeo and Juliet" at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York and in 1960 he toured in "Fiorello" (which starred Tom Bosley). He spent the next thirty years bouncing between California and New York, and between movie and television work.

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Acting (15 Credits)

1977The Godfather Saga as Carmine Cuneo
1974The Taking of Pelham One Two Three as Phil - Police Commissioner
1974The Super Cops as Policeman (uncredited)
1972The Godfather as Carmine Cuneo
1971Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? as Newsdealer
1970Hercules in New York as Ship CaptainWatch Free
1960The Mountain Road as Sergeant Miller
1959Middle of the Night as Gould
1958Run Silent Run Deep as Sonarman 1st Class Cullen
1957The Brothers Rico as Charlie Gonzales
195712 Angry Men as Judge (uncredited)
1956Nightfall as Red
1954On the Waterfront as Moose
1953Miss Sadie Thompson as Pvt. HodgesWatch Free
1951A Streetcar Named Desire as Steve

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