John Lund

John Lund

  • Highest Rated: 100% A Foreign Affair (1948)
  • Lowest Rated: 81% High Society (1956)
  • Birthday: Feb 6, 1911
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • While working for an advertising agency, he was asked by a friend to appear in an industrial show for the 1939 World's Fair. By 1941 he was debuting on Broadway in As You Like It, and also worked often as an actor and writer on radio. He wrote the book and lyrics for Broadway's New Faces of 1943. His successful appearance in the play The Hasty Heart led to a long-term film contract with Paramount. He debuted onscreen in To Each His Own (1946). He went on to play leads in numerous films over the next decade. By the early '60s he appeared in minor films and secondary roles and then retired from the screen altogether, becoming a successful Hollywood businessman.

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No Score Yet If a Man Answers John Stacy 1962
No Score Yet The Wackiest Ship in the Army Lt. Cmdr. Wilbur F. Vandewater 1960
No Score Yet Dakota Incident John Carter (aka Hamilton) 1956
81% High Society George Kittredge 1956
No Score Yet Chief Crazy Horse Major Twist 1955
No Score Yet Five Guns West Govem Sturgess 1955
No Score Yet White Feather Col. Lindsay 1955
No Score Yet Latin Lovers Paul Chevron 1953
No Score Yet Woman They Almost Lynched Actor 1953
No Score Yet The Battle at Apache Pass Maj. Jim Colton 1952
No Score Yet Steel Town Steve Kostane 1952
No Score Yet The Mating Season Val McNulty 1951
No Score Yet Darling, How Could You! Dr. Robert Grey 1951
No Score Yet No Man of Her Own Bill Harkness 1950
No Score Yet Duchess of Idaho Douglas J. Morrison 1950
No Score Yet My Friend Irma Goes West Al 1950
No Score Yet My Friend Irma Al 1949
No Score Yet Bride of Vengeance Alfonso D'Este 1949
No Score Yet Night Has a Thousand Eyes Elliott Carson 1948
100% A Foreign Affair Capt. John Pringle 1948
No Score Yet Miss Tatlock's Millions Burke 1948
No Score Yet Variety Girl Himself 1947
No Score Yet The Perils of Pauline Michael Farrington 1947
No Score Yet To Each His Own Captain Bart Cosgrove / Gregory Pierson 1946


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