George McKay

Highest Rated: 100% Road to Utopia (1945)
Lowest Rated: 66% How I Live Now (2013)
Birthday: Apr 15, 1884
Birthplace: Not Available
A veteran performer, George McKay (born George Reuben) began his long show business career as a bareback rider with the Harris Nickel Plate Circus, toured vaudeville with the Gus Edwards troupe, and appeared in the 1913, 1914, and 1915 editions of the Ziegfeld Follies. One of the founders of National Vaudeville Artists, McKay later formed a duo with comedian Johnny Cantwell, touring both America and Europe as McKay & Cantwell. In 1933, he signed a longtime contract with Columbia Pictures, turning up in scores of supporting roles and bit parts, sometimes playing pillars-of-society villains but more often than not appearing as rather untrustworthy characters bearing names like "Sluggy," "Spudsy," and "Brains McGillicuddy."

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
66% How I Live Now Eddie 2013
No Score Yet The Face Behind the Mask Terry Finnegan 2003
No Score Yet Nob Hill Newsboy 1945
100% Road to Utopia Waiter 1945
No Score Yet Murder, He Says Storekeeper 1945
No Score Yet Up in Arms Old Stevedore / Loading Dock Foreman 1944
No Score Yet One Mysterious Night Sgt. McNulty 1944
79% Going My Way Mr. Van Heusen 1944
71% The Return of the Vampire Cemetery Caretaker (uncredited) 1944
No Score Yet After Midnight with Boston Blackie Marty Beck 1943
No Score Yet The Boogie Man Will Get You Ebenezer 1942
No Score Yet They All Kissed the Bride Announcer 1942
No Score Yet Alias Boston Blackie Roggi McKay 1942
No Score Yet Playmates Taxi Driver 1941
No Score Yet A Night at Earl Carroll's Mayor Stokes 1940
No Score Yet Island of Doomed Men Bookkeeper 1940
No Score Yet Special Inspector Silver 1939
100% Babes in Arms Brice 1939
95% Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Reporter 1939
No Score Yet Caught in the Draft Quartermaster Sgt. 1939
No Score Yet King of the Turf Murphy 1939
No Score Yet There's Always a Woman Cop 1938
No Score Yet The Duke of West Point Varsity Hockey Coach 1938
No Score Yet And So They Were Married Janitor 1936
No Score Yet Shakedown Spud 1936
No Score Yet She Couldn't Take It (Woman Tamer) Red 1935
No Score Yet Take a Chance Steve 1933

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