Ivan Linow

Highest Rated: 100% The Miracle Woman (1931)
Lowest Rated: 56% In Old Arizona (1928)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
A sort of silent era Tor Johnson, hulking (reportedly 6'4"), Latvian-born Ivan Linow parlayed his experiences as a champion wrestler into a lucrative screen career, providing menace -- or in some cases, Scandinavian comedy bits -- to a host of action-melodramas between 1921 and 1935. Among Linow's more memorable assignments were the Russian immigrant in In Old Arizona (1929) and the Bolshevik Sanovich in The Cock-Eyed World (1929). He died of a heart attack in London in 1940.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The River Sam Thompson 2013
No Score Yet Vagabond Lady Man in Man-Hole 1935
No Score Yet Kid Millions Warrior 1934
No Score Yet The Cat's Paw Chee Foo, strongarm 1934
No Score Yet Tillie and Gus The Swede 1933
No Score Yet Jewel Robbery Chauffeur 1932
No Score Yet The Shadow of the Eagle Strongman 1932
No Score Yet Scarlet Dawn Ivan 1932
100% The Miracle Woman Gunboat 1931
No Score Yet Goldie Husband 1931
No Score Yet The Tip Off Kayo's Sparring Partner 1931
No Score Yet Just Imagine Loko/Boko 1930
No Score Yet The Silver Horde Svenson 1930
No Score Yet The Unholy Three Hercules 1930
80% City Girl Actor 1930
No Score Yet Speakeasy Wrestler 1929
56% In Old Arizona Russian Immigrant 1928
No Score Yet The Red Dance Actor 1928


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