George Dolenz

George Dolenz

Highest Rated: 88% The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)

Lowest Rated: 43% Sign of the Pagan (1954)

Birthday: Jan 5, 1908

Birthplace: Not Available

European leading man George Dolenz came to Hollywood at the outbreak of World War II. The master of several dialects, Dolenz generally essayed urbane continental roles like Baron Sergei in Abbott and Costello's In Society (1944). He could also effectively play Latin American types (the mysterious Cortega in the 1953 Martin and Lewis vehicle Scared Stiff) and period-picture noblemen (Emperor Thodosius in 1954's Sign of the Pagan). Fans of 1950s television will remember Dolenz for his two-year starring stint on the weekly-series version of The Count of Monte Cristo (1955-56). George Dolenz was the father of actor/musician Micky Dolenz, a member of the "pre-fab" rock group The Monkees.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Strange Death Of Adolf Hitler Actor 2012
No Score Yet The 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Gen. Von Kleig 1962
No Score Yet A Bullet for Joey Carl Macklin 1955
No Score Yet The Purple Mask Marcel Cadonal 1955
No Score Yet The Racers Count Salem 1955
43% Sign of the Pagan Theodosius 1954
88% The Last Time I Saw Paris Claude Matine 1954
71% Scared Stiff Mr. Cortega 1953
No Score Yet My Cousin Rachel Rainaldi, Rachel's Lawyer 1952
No Score Yet Song of Scheherazade Pierre 1947
No Score Yet The Royal Mounted Rides Again Cpl. Frenchy 1945
No Score Yet The Climax Amato 1944
No Score Yet In Society Baron Sergei 1944
No Score Yet No Time for Love Captain of Waiters 1943
No Score Yet She's for Me Phil Norwin 1943
No Score Yet Take a Letter, Darling (Green-Eyed Woman) Assistant Headwaiter 1942


No Score Yet Bonanza
D'Arcy 1963


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