Lee Bowman

Highest Rated: 100% Kid Glove Killer (1942)
Lowest Rated: 62% House By the River (1950)
Birthday: Dec 28, 1914
Birthplace: Not Available
Bowman attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and began a career as a stage actor and radio singer in the '30s. Beginning with his debut in Internes Can't Take Money (1937), he spent seven years playing second leads, often as a playboy thanks to his suave, elegant style and dapper, handsome looks. Bowman hit his stride in the mid '40s, notably in Smash-Up (1947) opposite Susan Hayward. Never a major star, he began concentrating more on his stage work in the late '40s. He briefly starred in the TV series The Adventures of Ellery Queen (1950-51). After the mid '50s Bowman retired from the screen (except for a role in Youngblood Hawke in 1964), after which he went on to become the radio and TV consultant for the Republican Senatorial and Congressional Committee in Washington and later for Bethlehem Steel, coaching politicians and businessmen in speaking and on-camera techniques.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Fame Is the Name of the Game Cruikshank 1966
No Score Yet Youngblood Hawke Jason Prince 1964
62% House By the River John Byrne 1950
No Score Yet My Dream Is Yours Gary Mitchell 1949
No Score Yet A Man to Remember Dick Abbott 1948
No Score Yet Smash Up: The Story of a Woman Ken Conway 1947
No Score Yet She Wouldn't Say Yes Michael Kent 1945
No Score Yet Tonight and Every Night Squadron Leader Paul Lundy 1945
No Score Yet Up In Mabel's Room Arthur Weldon 1944
94% Cover Girl Noel Wheaton 1944
No Score Yet Bataan Capt. Henry Lassiter 1943
No Score Yet Tish Actor 1942
100% Kid Glove Killer Gerald I. Ladimer 1942
No Score Yet We Were Dancing Hubert Tyler 1942
No Score Yet Buck Privates Randolph Parker III 1941
No Score Yet Design for Scandal Walter Caldwell 1941
No Score Yet Third Finger, Left Hand Philip Booth 1940
89% Go West Actor 1940
No Score Yet Dancing Co-ed Freddy Tobin 1939
86% Love Affair Kenneth 1939
No Score Yet Miracles For Sale Actor 1939
No Score Yet Having Wonderful Time Buzzy Armbuster 1938
No Score Yet Next Time I Marry Count Georgi 1938
No Score Yet This Way Please Stu Randall 1937
No Score Yet The Last Train from Madrid Michael Balk 1937
100% Easy Living Bit 1937
No Score Yet I Met Him in Paris Berk Sutter 1937
No Score Yet Internes Can't Take Money (You Can't Take Money) Interne Weeks 1937
No Score Yet Swing High, Swing Low Man in Nightclub 1937

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Fugitive
1963-1967
Langer
  • 1964

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