Harry Bellaver

Highest Rated: 100% Blue Collar (1978)
Birthday: Feb 12, 1905
Birthplace: Not Available
Though born in the Midwest, character actor Harry Bellaver spent the better part of his screen career playing New York- or Brooklyn-bred cops, cabbies, doormen and petty thieves. His four-decade career began with MGM's Another Thin Man (1939), and ended when he retired after 1980's Hero at Large. An inescapable guest-star presence on 1950s and 1960s television, Harry Bellaver also played Sergeant Frank Arcaro on the weekly New York-filmed cop series The Naked City (1959-63).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Serenade Monte 2000
67% The Stuff Old Miner 1985
No Score Yet Hero at Large Eddie 1980
100% Blue Collar Eddie Johnson 1978
80% God Told Me To Cookie 1976
67% The Hot Rock Bartender Rollo 1972
100% Madigan Mickey Dunn 1968
No Score Yet A Fine Madness Knocker 1966
No Score Yet One Potato, Two Potato Judge Powell 1964
88% The Old Man and the Sea Martin 1958
No Score Yet The Brothers Rico Mike Lamotta 1957
67% Love Me Or Leave Me Georgie 1955
No Score Yet Miss Sadie Thompson Joe Horn 1953
92% From Here to Eternity Mazzioli 1953
No Score Yet The Lemon Drop Kid Sam the Surgeon 1951
88% No Way Out George Biddle 1950
83% Side Street Larry Giff 1950
No Score Yet Perfect Strangers Bailiff 1950
50% The House on 92nd Street Max Coburg 1945
81% Another Thin Man Creeps Binder 1939

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Kojak
1973-1978
Duty Officer
  • 1976
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
1955-1962
Bronsky Waggoner
  • 1957

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