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Alfred Ryder

Highest Rated:   100% T-Men (1947)
Lowest Rated:   43% Tracks (1976)
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A product of New York's Professional Children's School, Alfred Ryder was making a living as an actor at the age of 8. In 1929, Ryder made his Broadway debut, playing "lost boy" Curly in Eva Le Galleine's production of Peter Pan. As a teenager and young adult, Ryder studied his craft with such masters as Benno Schneider, Robert Lewis and Lee Strasberg. He went on to appear in such plays as Awake and Sing and Yellow Jack, and for many years was heard as Sammy in the radio serial Rise of the Goldbergs. While serving in the military in 1944, he made his first film, Winged Victory, in which he was billed as "PFC Alfred Ryder." After the war, he returned to the stage, re-emerging in films in the late 1950s. His movie credits of the 1960s include significant character parts in Hotel (1967) and True Grit (1968). Ryder also made scores of TV guest-star appearances, including the role of Professor Carter in the opening Star Trek episode "The Man Trap" (1966). Alfred Ryder made his last film in 1976, thereafter concentrating on his stage activities as actor and director.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
43% Tracks
  • Man
1976
76% Escape to Witch Mountain
  • Astrologer
1975
No Score Yet The Abduction of Saint Anne
  • Frank Benedict
1975
No Score Yet W
  • Investigator
1974
No Score Yet The Stone Killer
  • Tony Champion
1973
No Score Yet The Legend of Hillbilly John
  • O.J. Onselm
1973
No Score Yet Probe
  • Actor
1972
90% True Grit
  • Goudy
1969
No Score Yet Hotel
  • Capt. Yolles
1967
No Score Yet Invitation to a Gunfighter
  • Doc Barker
1964
No Score Yet The Story on Page One
  • Lt. Mike Morris
1959
100% T-Men
  • Tony Genaro/Tony Galvani
1947

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Star Trek
1966-1969
  • Crater
  • 1966

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