George Becwar

Birthday: Sep 16, 1917
Birthplace: Not Available
George Becwar was a West Coast-based stage actor, who also did some character work and bit-parts on television and in low- to medium-budget feature films. He is best remembered today for his portrayal of Professor Vladimir Strowski, the self-described "expert in prehistoric monsters," in Edward D. Wood, Jr.'s Bride of the Monster (1955). He also turned up, in a much better role and performance, in Bert I. Gordon's War of the Colossal Beast (1958), but mostly played smaller, often uncredited roles on the large and small screens. In terms of his brief association with Wood, Becwar was notable for filing a complaint about sub-standard working conditions on the set of Bride of the Monster.

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No Score Yet War of the Colossal Beast Swanson 1958
45% Bride of the Monster Prof. Strowski 1955
100% It Should Happen to You Board Member 1954

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