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Kent Taylor (Louis Weiss)

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Biography

Nashua, Iowa, USA
Born Louis William Weiss on May 11, 1907, Kent Taylor was a modestly popular "B" actor of the 1930s and 940s. The tall, dark and handsome leading man who sported rugged looks, a slick, pencil-thin mustache and solid physique was certainly star material with the potential and durability of a Clark Gable and Errol Flynn, but he somehow lacked the star quality and charisma of the aforementioned pair. An avid outdoorsman, Taylor nevertheless churned out over 110 films during his lengthy career, appearing in a number of quality "A" pictures as a second lead. Read more...

Actor

Character: Miguel Balboa

Husband's Holiday 1931

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Character: Romantic Spectator

The Sign of the Cross 1932

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Character: Party Guest Greeted by Colette

One Hour with You 1932

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Character: Gregory 'Greg' Boleslavsky

Merrily We Go to Hell 1932

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Character: Theatre Doorman Ticket Taker

Make Me a Star 1932

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Character: Kirk Lawrence

I'm No Angel 1933

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Character: First Jellybean

The Story of Temple Drake 1933

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Character: David von Elst

White Woman 1933

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Character: Actor

Many Happy Returns 1934

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Character: 'Chat' Chatsworth

Two Girls on Broadway 1940

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Character: MacMillan Forrester

Girl from Avenue A 1940

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Character: Peter Waring

Young Widow 1946

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Character: Roger 'The Duke' Chadwick

Frontier Gambler 1956

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Character: Dr. Max Weitzberg

The Crawling Hand 1963

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Character: Dr. Elton Corey

Blood of Ghastly Horror 1967

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Character: Count Otto Von Delberg

Hell's Bloody Devils 1970

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Character: George Nye

Peter Gunn 1958

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Character: Forbes McKee - Indian Agent

The Rifleman 1958

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Character: Henry Thaxton

77 Sunset Strip 1958

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Character: Frankie Bragan

Mr. Lucky 1959

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