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Louis Jean Heydt

Louis Jean HeydtBorn: 17-Apr-1905
Birthplace: Montclair, NJ
Died: 29-Jan-1960
Location of death: Boston, MA
Cause of death: Heart Attack
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: American character actor

Wife: (m.)

    High School: Worcester Academy
    University: Dartmouth College

    Died Onstage

    Inside the Mafia (Sep-1959) · Rod Balcom
    The Man Who Died Twice (6-Jun-1958)
    Wetbacks (4-May-1956)
    Stranger at My Door (6-Apr-1956)
    No Man's Woman (27-Oct-1955)
    The Eternal Sea (5-May-1955)
    The Boy from Oklahoma (27-Feb-1954)
    Island in the Sky (5-Sep-1953) · Fitch
    Flesh and Fury (27-Mar-1952)
    The Old West (15-Jan-1952) · Jeff Bleaker
    Roadblock (17-Sep-1951)
    Criminal Lawyer (23-Aug-1951)
    Warpath (Aug-1951)
    Raton Pass (7-Apr-1951)
    Rawhide (25-Mar-1951)
    Al Jennings of Oklahoma (17-Jan-1951)
    The Furies (16-Aug-1950)
    Paid in Full (15-Feb-1950)
    Spoilers of the North (24-Apr-1947)
    The Big Sleep (23-Aug-1946) · Joe Brody
    The Hoodlum Saint (4-Apr-1946) · Mike Flaherty
    They Were Expendable (20-Dec-1945) · Ohio
    Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (6-Sep-1945) · Lars Faraassen
    Zombies on Broadway (26-Apr-1945)
    Betrayal from the East (25-Feb-1945) · Jack Marsden
    Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (15-Nov-1944) · Lt. Miller
    The Great Moment (6-Sep-1944) · Dr. Horace Wells
    Gung Ho! (20-Dec-1943) · Lt. Roland Browning
    Commandos Strike at Dawn (30-Dec-1942) · Karl Arnesen
    Manila Calling (18-Sep-1942)
    Ten Gentlemen from West Point (4-Jun-1942)
    Captains of the Clouds (12-Feb-1942) · Provost Marshal
    Pacific Blackout (31-Dec-1941)
    Dive Bomber (12-Aug-1941) · Swede Larson
    Sleepers West (14-Mar-1941)
    Let's Make Music (17-Jan-1941) · Mr. Stevens
    The Great McGinty (15-Aug-1940) · Thompson
    The Man Who Talked Too Much (28-Jun-1940) · Barton
    Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet (23-Feb-1940) · Dr. Kunze
    Abe Lincoln in Illinois (12-Feb-1940) · Mentor Graham
    Gone with the Wind (15-Dec-1939) · Hungry Soldier
    A Child Is Born (7-Dec-1939)
    Reno (1-Dec-1939) · Judge Howard
    Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (31-Aug-1939)
    Each Dawn I Die (22-Jul-1939) · Lassiter
    They Made Her a Spy (29-Mar-1939)
    Let Freedom Ring (24-Feb-1939) · Ned Wilkie
    They Made Me a Criminal (21-Jan-1939) · Smith
    I Am the Law (25-Aug-1938) · J. W. Butler
    Test Pilot (16-Apr-1938) · Benson
    Make Way for Tomorrow (9-May-1937) · Doctor

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