Eddie Cantor

Eddie Cantor

Highest Rated: 100% Whoopee! (1930)

Lowest Rated: 70% Ziegfeld Follies (1946)

Birthday: Jan 31, 1892

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

Energetic vaudeville performer with famous rolling eyes, in Hollywood from 1926. Cantor was extremely popular in the 1930s on the radio, and in mostly routine movies that showcased his inimitable, infectious style of song, dance and (sometimes risque) comedy. He has a small part in the meager 1957 biopic "The Eddie Cantor Story," starring Keefe Brasselle.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet 33% The Story of Will Rogers Himself (Character) - 1952
No Score Yet No Score Yet If You Knew Susie Sam Parker (Character) - 1948
70% 58% Ziegfeld Follies Writer - 1946
No Score Yet No Score Yet Show Business Eddie Martin (Character),
- 1944
No Score Yet 64% Hollywood Canteen Himself (Character) - 1944
No Score Yet 59% Thank Your Lucky Stars Himself/Joe Simpson (Character) - 1943
No Score Yet No Score Yet Forty Little Mothers Gilbert Jordan Thompson (Character) - 1940
No Score Yet No Score Yet Ali Baba Goes to Town Ali Baba (Character) - 1937
No Score Yet 17% Strike Me Pink Eddie Pink (Character) - 1936
No Score Yet 50% Kid Millions Eddie Wilson Jr. (Character) - 1934
80% 62% Roman Scandals Eddie/Oedipus (Character) - 1933
No Score Yet 86% The Kid From Spain Eddie Williams (Character) - 1932
No Score Yet No Score Yet Palmy Days Eddie Simpson (Character),
- 1931
100% 75% Whoopee! Henry Williams (Character) - 1930
No Score Yet 38% Glorifying the American Girl Himself (Revue Scenes) (Character) - 1929
No Score Yet No Score Yet Kid Boots Samuel (Kid) Boots (Character) - 1926


No Score Yet No Score Yet The Colgate Comedy Hour Host 2019 1950-1954
No Score Yet No Score Yet Startime Unknown (Character) 1959
No Score Yet No Score Yet I've Got a Secret Guest 1957
No Score Yet No Score Yet What's My Line? Guest 1957 1952
No Score Yet No Score Yet Climax! Unknown (Character) 1956


Henry Williams says: You're starved? I want to tell you something Sally Morgan, I've had a piece of toast, two pieces of asparagus, and a bottle of Bromiseltzer since Easter Sunday. Would you believe that?

Mary Custer says: Aw, poor Henry, let me hold your hand.

Henry Williams says: It's not heavy, I can manage, hold your own hand.

Soldier says: The coward will not fight.

Soldier says: Boil him in oil!

Soldier says: Cut his heart out!

Eddie says: (gruff voice) Let him go!

Eddie says: Let him go!

Soldier says: Are you bound for Rome?

Eddie says: No, I was just thrown out - I mean I just left there.

Soldier says: Have they heard of our glorious victory over the Britons? They lost their shirts!

Eddie says: Yeah, but they got your pants.