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George Baxter

Highest Rated: 100% Lili (1953)

Lowest Rated: 90% Dinner at Eight (1933)

Birthday: Apr 8, 1905

Birthplace: Paris, France

George Baxter rose to fame as an actor, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. Baxter kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "Marianne" (1929), the romance "A Woman Commands" (1932) with Pola Negri and the John Barrymore comedy adaptation "Dinner at Eight" (1933). He also appeared in the comedy "Thirty Day Princess" (1934) with Sylvia Sidney. He kept working in film throughout the forties and the fifties, starring in the adventure "Sofia" (1948) with Gene Raymond, "Caged" (1950) with Eleanor Parker and the drama "The Lady and the Bandit" (1951) with Louis Hayward. He also appeared in "Actors and Sin" (1952). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the dramatic adaptation "Lili" (1953) with Leslie Caron, "The First Traveling Saleslady" (1956) and "The Ten Commandments" (1956). He held additional roles in television including a part on "The Twilight Zone" (CBS, 1959-1964). Baxter last wrote "Beacon Hill" (CBS, 1975-76). Baxter passed away in September 1976 at the age of 71.

Highest rated movies

Dinner at Eight



100% 81% Lili M. Enrique (theatre agent) (Character) - 1953
No Score Yet No Score Yet Iron Man Herb Riley (Character) - 1951
No Score Yet 7% Unknown World Carlisle Foundation Chairman (Character) - 1951
No Score Yet 61% Tea for Two Mr. Woltz (Character) - 1950
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Great Flirtation Arpad (Character) - 1934
90% 75% Dinner at Eight Gustave (uncredited) (Character) - 1933
No Score Yet No Score Yet Marianne Unknown (Character) - 1929


No Score Yet No Score Yet Dante Unknown (Guest Star) 1961
82% 95% The Twilight Zone Judge Cummings (Character) 1959
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp Col. MacGruder (Guest Star) 1958
No Score Yet No Score Yet Letter to Loretta Mr. Fielding (Character) 1958
No Score Yet No Score Yet Death Valley Days Cliff Nichols (Character) 1956