Ken Thomson

Highest Rated: 80% Female (1933)
Birthday: Not Available
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Agreeable leading man Kenneth Thompson entered films in 1927 as a contractee of Cecil B. De Mille's Producers Distributing Corporation. Thompson was one of the stars of PDC's ethereal "mood Western" White Gold, and was briefly seen as Lazarus in De Mille's The King of Kings (1927). He made his talkie debut in 1929, playing wealthy Jack Warriner in the pioneering MGM musical Broadway Melody (1929). His subsequent roles -- notably MT-3 in the futuristic musicomedy Just Imagine (1930) and Vance in Harold Lloyd's Movie Crazy (1932) -- tended to be variations of his Broadway Melody characterization. Kenneth Thomson was one of the founders and charter members of the Screen Actors Guild.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Jim Hanvey, Detective Elwood 1937
No Score Yet With Love and Kisses Actor 1937
No Score Yet Hopalong Cassidy Enters Pecos Jack Anthony 1935
No Score Yet In Old Santa Fe Chandler 1934
No Score Yet Change of Heart Howard Jackson 1934
No Score Yet Call of the Coyote Actor 1934
No Score Yet From Headquarters Gordon Bates 1933
80% Female Red 1933
No Score Yet The Little Giant John Stanley 1933
No Score Yet Lawyer Man Dr. Frank Gresham 1933
No Score Yet Jungle Bride John Franklin 1933
No Score Yet Thirteen Women Undetermined Role 1932
No Score Yet Movie Crazy Vance, a Gentleman Heavy 1932
No Score Yet Held for Murder Schuyler Durkin 1932
No Score Yet Murder at Midnight Mr. Kennedy 1931
No Score Yet Just Imagine MT-3 1930
No Score Yet Doorway to Hell Captain of Military Academy 1930
No Score Yet A Notorious Affair Dr. Allen Pomroy 1930
No Score Yet Sweethearts on Parade Harrison Hendricks 1930
No Score Yet Say It with Songs Actor 1929
No Score Yet The Letter Actor 1929
35% The Broadway Melody Jock Warriner 1929
69% The King of Kings Lazarus 1927
No Score Yet White Gold Alec Carson 1927
No Score Yet Risky Business Ted 1926


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