Everett Sloane

Highest Rated:
100% Home From the Hill (1960)
Lowest Rated:
60% The Disorderly Orderly (1964)
Birthday:
Oct 1
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Manhattan-born Everett Sloane first set foot on-stage at age seven, in the role of Puck in a school production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. At 18, he dropped out of the University of Pennsylvania to join a stock company. Poor reviews convinced Sloane that his future did not lie in the theater, so…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Way Of A Gaucho
  • Actor
-- 2011
The Desert Fox
  • Actor
-- 2001
Hercules and the Princess of Troy (Hercules vs. the Sea Monster)
  • Actor
-- 1965
60% The Disorderly Orderly
  • Mr. Tuffington
-- 1964
80% The Patsy
  • Caryl Fergusson
-- 1964
The Man from the Diners' Club
  • Martindale
-- 1963
By Love Possessed
  • Reggie
-- 1961
100% Home From the Hill
  • Albert Halstead
-- 1960
Marjorie Morningstar
  • Arnold Morgenstern
-- 1958
Gun Runners
  • Harvey
-- 1958
Patterns
  • Walter Ramsey
-- 1956
100% Lust for Life
  • Dr. Gachet
  • Director
-- 1956
82% Somebody Up There Likes Me
  • Irving Cohen
-- 1956
80% The Big Knife
  • Nat Danziger
-- 1955
Westinghouse Studio One - "Mark of Cain"
  • Actor
-- 1953
The Blue Veil
  • District Attorney
-- 1951
71% The Desert Fox
  • Gen. Wilhelm Burgdorf
-- 1951
Sirocco
  • Gen. LaSalle
-- 1951
86% The Enforcer
  • Albert Mendoza
-- 1951
The Sellout
  • Nelson S. Tarsson
-- 1951
70% The Men (Battle Stripe)
  • Dr. Brock
-- 1950
Prince of Foxes
  • Mario Belli
-- 1949
Jigsaw
  • Actor
-- 1949
86% The Lady from Shanghai
  • Arthur Bannister
-- 1948
75% Journey Into Fear
  • Kopeikin
-- 1943
100% Citizen Kane
  • Mr. Bernstein
-- 1941
The Men
  • Actor
--


TV SERIES   

Rating Title Credit Year
Jonny Quest
1964-1965
  • Deen
  • Baron Heinrich Von Froelich
  • Perkins
1964

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Quotes from Everett Sloane's Characters

    1. Mr. Bernstein: A fellow will remember a lot of things you wouldn't think he'd remember. You take me. One day, back in 1896, I was crossing over to Jersey on the ferry, and as we pulled out, there was another ferry pulling in, and on it there was a girl waiting to get off. A white dress she had on. She was carrying a white parasol. I only saw her for one second. She didn't see me at all, but I'll bet a month hasn't gone by since that I haven't thought of that girl.
    From Citizen Kane. Submitted by Adam O (9 months ago)
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