Paul Comi

Highest Rated:
95% Cape Fear (1962)
Lowest Rated:
14% Howard the Duck (1986)
Birthday:
Feb 11
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
Not Available

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story
  • Officer
-- 1989
Convicted: A True Story
  • Preacher Soames
-- 1986
14% Howard the Duck
  • Dr. Chapin
-- 1986
Best Defense
  • Chief Agent
-- 1984
29% Death Wish 2
  • Senator McLean
-- 1982
44% Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes
  • Policeman
-- 1972
Blindfold
  • Barker
-- 1965
40 Pounds of Trouble
  • Cavanaugh
-- 1963
95% Cape Fear
  • Garner
-- 1962
The Outsider
  • Sgt. Boyle
-- 1961
The Dark at the Top of the Stairs
  • Jenkins
-- 1960
Warlock
  • Friendly
-- 1959
Pork Chop Hill
  • Sgt. Kreucheberg
-- 1959
In Love and War
  • Father Wallensack
-- 1958
80% The Young Lions
  • Pvt. Abbott
-- 1958


TV SERIES   

Rating Title Credit Year
CHiPs
1977-1983
  • Councilman
1978

Paul Comi Trivia

As an infantryman in Korean War July 1950 to January 1951, when he received his third Purple Heart and was flown to Osaka General Hospital in Japan. Placed on limited duty assignment in Kyoto, military MOS changed from Infantry to Athletic Instructor Primary and Entertainment Specialist secondary. Booking talent for the NCO club in Kyoto, met many entertainers, actors and dancers. We discovered two rising stars, Eri Chiemi and Tomoko Takara (Jeannie). After discharge in 1952, came to California and attended El Camino Jr. College where he was elected Freshman Class President and after served 2 terms as Student Body President. Received BEST ACTOR award for two plays and one musical (Carousel) appeared in. Awarded full Academic Scholarship to University of Southern California, where graduated with AB Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi Honors, Blue Key honors. Awarded Fellowship for Graduate School and granted Masters Degree in Drama in 1969. As a student at USC, served as an Apprentice at La Jolla Playhouse and cast in minor roles in 3 plays. The last play was "Career" with Don Taylor and Ray Danton and my role as "Drunken Soldier" in scene with Don Taylor earned "Comedy Highlight of the Season" in Los Angeles Times review as well as Variety and Hollywood Reporter. This lead to 20th Century Fox bringing me to studio for screen test and placing me in my first movie as Pvt Abbott in "The Young Lions" with Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift and Dean Martin.
- submitted by Paul C (3 years ago)

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