Bert Moorhouse

Bert Moorhouse

Highest Rated: 100% The Big Clock (1948)

Lowest Rated: 60% Good Sam (1948)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

Stocky American character actor Bert Moorhouse made his first film appearance in 1928. Moorhouse spent most of his 25-year movie career essaying bit roles as lawyers, congressmen, detectives, and clerks. One of his best-known appearances was as Paramount Pictures executive Gordon Cole, the man who wants to rent out Gloria Swanson's custom-built automobile for "that Crosby picture," in Billy Wilder's Sunset Boulevard. Bert Moorhouse died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the age of 59.

Highest Rated Movies



67% Crime Wave Detective 1954
No Score Yet Dangerous Mission Piano Player 1954
No Score Yet Destination Gobi Naval Captain 1953
No Score Yet Dream Wife Attlow 1953
91% Ace in the Hole (The Big Carnival) Morgan 1951
No Score Yet I Was a Communist for the FBI Senator Gray 1951
No Score Yet Gambling House Burke 1951
98% Sunset Boulevard Gordon Cole 1950
63% Samson and Delilah Spectator 1949
86% He Walked by Night Detective 1948
60% Good Sam Man 1948
No Score Yet Up in Central Park Democrat 1948
80% State of the Union Man 1948
No Score Yet Homecoming Surgeon 1948
No Score Yet I Walk Alone Toll Gate Policeman 1948
100% The Big Clock Editor 1948
No Score Yet A Southern Yankee Captain 1948
60% Lady in the Lake Christmas Party Guest 1947
94% It's a Wonderful Life Man with Sheriff 1946
No Score Yet Undercurrent lst Man 1946
No Score Yet Nocturne Director 1946
No Score Yet Lady Luck Billiard Player 1946
No Score Yet Smooth as Silk Detective 1946
No Score Yet Sunset in El Dorado Croupier 1945
No Score Yet Lady on a Train Reporter 1945
No Score Yet Nevada Sandy Bowers 1944
No Score Yet Show Business Desk Clerk 1944
No Score Yet The Falcon in Hollywood Man 1944
No Score Yet Lake Placid Serenade Photographer 1944
No Score Yet Air Raid Wardens Warden 1943
No Score Yet Joan of Ozark Drunk 1942
No Score Yet The Monster and the Girl Henchman 1941
85% My Favorite Wife Lawyer 1940
No Score Yet Dancing Co-ed Stooge 1939
No Score Yet In Name Only College Man 1939
No Score Yet Love Before Breakfast Clerk 1936
No Score Yet Whipsaw Reporter 1935
No Score Yet Rendezvous 2nd Lieutenant 1935
No Score Yet Goin' to Town Conceited Man 1935
No Score Yet The Man with Two Faces Driver 1934
No Score Yet Smarty Clerk 1934
No Score Yet Upper World Court Clerk 1934
No Score Yet You Said a Mouthful Office Manager 1932
No Score Yet The Pay Off Spat 1930
No Score Yet Conspiracy Victor Holt 1930


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