Edmund Lowe

Highest Rated: 100% Intruder in the Dust (1949)
Lowest Rated: 56% In Old Arizona (1928)
Birthday: Mar 3, 1890
Birthplace: Not Available
The son of a California judge, Edmund Lowe attended Santa Clara University. He worked briefly as a teacher before joining a Los Angeles stock company. Lowe made both his Broadway and movie debut in 1917. Seemingly born to wear tuxedos and dinner jackets, Lowe became a popular leading man on both stage and screen. His career went off into a new direction when he was cast against type as the brawling, swearing Sergeant Quirt in the 1927 film version of What Price Glory. This led to several reteamings with his Glory co-star Victor McLaglen, nearly always portraying those friendly enemies Quirt and Flagg, forever spouting dialogue of the "Sez you? Sez me!" variety. In 1956, Lowe and McLaglen were teamed for the last time in the all-star Around the World In 80 Days. Lowe remained in demand for leading character roles into the 1940s, including the father of the title character in Dillinger, where he was billed over the film's ostensible star Lawrence Tierney. On TV, Lowe played two-fisted reporter David Chase on the 1951-52 series Front Page Detective. The actor was married three times; his second wife was Lilyan Tashman, who died in 1934. Edmund Lowe's final film was 1960's Heller in Pink Tights; halfway through shooting, Lowe fell seriously ill and had to be doubled in long and medium shots by actor Bernard Nedell.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Strange Mr. Gregory Actor 2012
No Score Yet Bombay Mail Actor 2012
No Score Yet Heller in Pink Tights Doc 1960
91% The Last Hurrah Johnny Byrne 1958
No Score Yet The Wings of Eagles Adm. Moffett 1957
71% Around the World in 80 Days Engineer 1956
100% Intruder in the Dust The Gowrie Twin 1949
60% Good Sam H.C. Borden 1948
No Score Yet Dillinger Specs Green 1945
No Score Yet The Enchanted Forest Steven Blaine 1945
No Score Yet Dangerous Blondes Ralph McCormick 1943
100% I Love You Again Duke Sheldon 1940
No Score Yet Our Neighbors - The Carters Bill Hastings 1939
No Score Yet Squeaker Inspector Barrabal 1937
No Score Yet Every Day's a Holiday Capt. Jim McCarey 1937
No Score Yet Under Cover of Night Christopher Cross 1937
No Score Yet Seven Sinners John Harwood 1936
No Score Yet The Garden Murder Case Philo Vance 1936
No Score Yet Black Sheep John Francis Dugan 1935
No Score Yet Under Pressure Shocker Dugan 1935
No Score Yet Mr. Dynamite Actor 1935
No Score Yet Gift of Gab Philip Gabney 1934
No Score Yet Let's Fall in Love Ken Lane 1933
95% Dinner at Eight Dr. Wayne Talbot 1933
No Score Yet I Love That Man Brains Stanley 1933
No Score Yet Chandu the Magician Chandu / Frank Chandler 1932
No Score Yet The Cisco Kid Sgt. Mickey Dunn 1931
No Score Yet Transatlantic Monty Greer 1931
No Score Yet The Spider Chartrand 1931
No Score Yet Born Reckless Louis Beretti 1930
56% In Old Arizona Srt. Mickey Dunn 1928
No Score Yet What Price Glory Sgt. Quirt 1926
No Score Yet Barbara Frietchie William Trumbull 1924
No Score Yet Eyes of Youth Peter Judson 1919

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Maverick
1957-1962
Phineas King
  • 1957

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