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Howard St. John

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Biography

Chicago, Illinois, USA
A veteran theater performer from 1925, Chicago-born character actor Howard St. John excelled in blustery, unsympathetic roles -- often pompous, often shifty and usually self-important. He made his Broadway debut with "Nocturne" (1925) and continued reliably into the 30s with parts in "Princess Charming" (1930), "Keeper of the Keys" (1932) and "Triumph" (1935). He grew in popularity with such theater hits as "Janie" (1942) and "The Late George Apley" (1946) and "Two Blind Mice" (1949). Read more...

Actor

Character: Jim Devery

Born Yesterday 1950

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Character: Ellen's Father

The Men 1950

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Character: Police Capt. Turley

Strangers on a Train 1951

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Character: Commissioner Mahoney

Stop, You're Killing Me 1952

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Character: Mr. Sayers

The Tender Trap 1955

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Character: General Bullmoose

Li'l Abner 1959

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Character: J.D. Jocelyn

Madison Avenue 1962

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Character: Raymond Fields

Strait-Jacket 1964

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Character: J. Pallister Young

Banning 1967

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Character: Wendell P. Hazeltine

One, Two, Three 1961

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Character: Gen. Bertram Whitney

The Phil Silvers Show 1955

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Character: Burton J. Weaver

The Jackie Gleason Show 1966

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Character: Charles Goode

The Defenders 1961

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Character: Mr. John Brackett

Lover Come Back 1961

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Character: Crazy Horse Kid

The DuPont Show of the Week 1961

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Character: Belfrage

Saturday's Hero 1951

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Character: Albert Gadby

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show 1956

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