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First Name
Walter

Last Name
Baldwin Jr.

Birthday
1889-01-02

Zodiac Sign
Capricorn

Died
1977-01-27

Gender
Male

Age
88

Nationality
American

Wikipedia Text

Walter Baldwin (January 2, 1889 − January 27, 1977) was a prolific character actor whose career spanned five decades and 150 film and television roles, and numerous stage performances.


Year(s) Active
1936-1971

Birthplace
Lima, Ohio, USA

Film Role
Actor/Actress

Has Detailed Data (New)
1

Wiki Bio Text
==Walter Baldwin== Stage Manager, Performer ( b. Jan 02, 1889 Ohio, USA - d. Jan 27, 1977 Santa Monica, California, USA ) Male ===https://www.ibdb.com/broadway-cast-staff/walter-baldwin-66803=== ==Walter Baldwin== (January 2, 1889 − January 27, 1977) was a prolific character actor whose career spanned five decades and 150 film and television roles, and numerous stage performances. ===Baldwin,=== who was born [[Walter S. Baldwin Jr.]] in Lima, Ohio from a theatrical family, served in the First World War. ===He was probably=== best known for playing the father of the handicapped sailor in The Best Years of Our Lives. He was the first actor to portray "Floyd the Barber" on The Andy Griffith Show. ===Prior to his=== first film roles in 1939, Baldwin had appeared in more than a dozen Broadway plays. He played Whit in the first Broadway production of Of Mice and Men, and also appeared in the original Grand Hotel in a small role, as well as serving as the production's stage manager. He originated the role of Bensinger, the prissy Chicago Tribune reporter, in the Broadway production of The Front Page. ===In the 1960s=== he had small acting roles in television shows such as Petticoat Junction and Green Acres. He continued to act in motion pictures, and one of his last roles was in Rosemary's Baby. ===Baldwin was known=== for playing solid middle class burghers, although sometimes he gave portrayals of eccentric characters. He played a customer seeking a prostitute in The Lost Weekend and the rebellious prison trusty Orvy in Cry of the City. Walter Baldwin was featured in a lot of John Deere Day Movies from 1949-59 where he played the farmer Tom Gordon. In this series of Deere Day movies over a decade he helped to introduce many new pieces of John Deere farm equipment year-by-year. In each yearly movie he would be shown on his in A Tom Gordon Family Film where he would be buying new John Deere farm equipment or a new green and yellow tractor.A picture of [[Walter Baldwin]] playing [[Tom Gordon]] can be found on page 108 of Bob Pripp's book John Deere Yesterday & Today ===Hal Erickson=== writes in Allmovie: "With a pinched Midwestern countenance that enabled him to portray taciturn farmers, obsequious grocery store clerks and the occasional sniveling coward, Baldwin was a familiar (if often unbilled) presence in Hollywood films for three decades." ==Walter Baldwin== (1889–1977) Actor - ====Date of Birth==== 2 January 1889, Lima, Ohio, USA ====Date of Death==== 27 January 1977, Santa Monica, California, USA (pneumonia) ===Mini Bio (1)=== Walter Baldwin was born on January 2, 1889 in Lima, Ohio, USA. He was an actor, known for The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), The Long, Long Trailer (1953) and Rachel and the Stranger (1948). He died on January 27, 1977 in Santa Monica, California, USA. ===Trivia (2)=== Was the first actor to play "Floyd the Barber" on The Andy Griffith Show (1960), doing so in only one episode. Thereafter, Floyd was always played by Howard McNear, who fashioned him into one of the show's most memorable characters. ===Prolific American=== small part character actor, often seen wearing rimless spectacles and having few teeth. He had extensive experience on Broadway (1917-37) and acted in films from the mid-1930's. Baldwin invariably played lower middle-class, frequently downtrodden, small town inhabitants or bucolic types. He worked almost exclusively in television after 1956. ==Walter Baldwin== Actor - 2 Jan 1889 to 27 Jan 1977 - Biography by Hal Erickson - Bespectacled American actor Walter Baldwin was already a venerable stage performer at the time he appeared in his first picture, 1940's Angels over Broadway. With a pinched Midwestern countenance that enabled him to portray taciturn farmers, obsequious grocery store clerks and the occasional sniveling coward, Baldwin was a familiar (if often unbilled) presence in Hollywood films for three decades. Possibly Baldwin's most recognizable role was as Mr. Parrish in Sam Goldwyn's multi-Oscar winning The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), for which the actor received thirteenth billing. He also had a prime opportunity to quiver and sweat as a delivery man whose truck is commandeered by homicidal prison escapee Robert Middleton in The Desperate Hours (1955). Seemingly ageless, Walter Baldwin made his last film appearance three years before his death in 1969's Hail Hero. http://www.allmovie.com/artist/walter-s-baldwin-p3535

Full Name at Birth
Walter S. Baldwin Jr.

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/name/nm0050019/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm

Place of Death
California, USA

Couple Profile Source
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Baldwin

Middle Name
S.

Profile Bio Text
Actor (160 credits) Of Mice and Men [Play, Drama, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Whit] Nov 23, 1937 - May 1938 Miss Quis [Play, Comedy, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [B.C. Calico] Apr 07, 1937 - May 1937 Swing Your Lady [Play, Comedy, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Waldo Davis] Oct 18, 1936 - Jan 1937 Mid-West [Play, Drama, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Jipinweed Bandy] Jan 07, 1936 - Jan 1936 Battleship Gertie [Play, Farce, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Senator Blowney] Jan 18, 1935 - Jan 1935 Jayhawker [Play, Comedy, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Vic Rousseau] Nov 05, 1934 - Nov 1934 I, Myself [Play, Drama, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Dan O'Brien] May 09, 1934 - May 1934 Shooting Star [Play, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Hank Morrisey] Jun 12, 1933 - Jun 1933 Grand Hotel [Play, Drama, Original] Stage Manager: Walter Baldwin Performer: Walter Baldwin [Desk Clerk] Nov 13, 1930 - Dec 1931 The Front Page [Play, Comedy, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Bensinger] Aug 14, 1928 - Apr 1929 The Good Fellow [Play, Comedy, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Dan Ripley] Oct 05, 1926 - Oct 1926 Nerves [Play, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Rook] Sep 01, 1924 - Sep 1924 The Changelings [Play, Comedy, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin [Degan] Sep 17, 1923 - Jan 1924 The Claim [Play, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin Oct 09, 1917 - Oct 1917 This Way Out [Play, Original] Performer: Walter Baldwin Aug 30, 1917 - Sep 1917

Couple Profile Source
www.ibdb.com/broadway-cast-staff/walter-baldwin-66803

Occupation Text
Actor Stage Director

Build
Slim

Eye Color
Brown - Dark

Hair Color
Grey

Ethnicity
White

Cause of Death
(pneumonia)

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