William Henry

William Henry

  • Born on
    • November 10th, 1914
  • Died on
    • August 10th, 1982
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia William Albert Henry (November 10, 1914 – August 10, 1982) was an American actor working in Hollywood movies. Born in Los Angeles in 1914, Henry started as a child actor, then was a hero in B-movies (mainly westerns), and ended his career as a character actor. He also appeared in various roles on episodes of many TV series. He was a member of the John Ford Stock Company and appeared 12 times for Ford. Henry was active with the Pasadena Community Playhouse. His brother was the character actor Thomas Browne Henry. Henry was married and divorced twice. His first marriage was to Grace Durkin, with whom he had son Michael and daughter Michele. His and his second wife, Barbara Knudson, were the parents of William "Bill" Henry, Jr. (b. 1958).


Acting (17 Credits)

1966El Dorado as Sheriff Dodd Draper
1962The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance as Gambler (uncredited)
1960The Alamo as Dr. Sutherland
1960Seven Ways from Sundown as Barman (uncredited)
1959The Horse Soldiers as Captain
1958The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold as Travers
1956The Harder They Fall as Fight Arena Locker Room Guard
1955A Life at Stake as Myles Norman
1955Mister Roberts as Crew
1954Secret of the Incas as Phillip Lang
1944The Adventures of Mark Twain as Charles Langdon
1943Johnny Come Lately as Pete Dougherty
1941Blossoms in the Dust as Allan Keats
1938Four Men and a Prayer as Rodney Leigh
1936Tarzan Escapes as Eric Parker
1935China Seas as Rockwell
1934The Thin Man as Gilbert Wynant

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