Lee Tracy

Highest Rated: 95% Dinner at Eight (1933)
Lowest Rated: 75% Doctor X (1932)
Birthday: Apr 14, 1898
Birthplace: Not Available
He debuted onstage in stock in 1921, and reached Broadway three years later. He entered films in 1929, going on to a busy screen career through the '30s; his screen work after 1940 was infrequent. He often played fast-talking, scoop-chasing reporters and other dynamic types. After 17 years with no film appearances, he came back to the screen in Gore Vidal's The Best Man (1964), reprising his stage role as a Harry Truman-like politico; for his work he received a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination. He did much work on TV, including the lead role in the series Martin Kaye, Private Eye.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Best Man President Art Hockstader 1964
No Score Yet High Tide Hugh Fresney 1947
No Score Yet Power of the Press Griff Thompson 1943
No Score Yet The Payoff Brad McKay 1942
No Score Yet Crashing Hollywood Michael 'Mike' Winslow 1938
No Score Yet Advice to the Lovelorn Toby Prentiss 1935
No Score Yet Carnival (Carnival Nights) Chick Thompson 1935
90% Bombshell (Blonde Bombshell) E.J."Space" Hanlon 1933
95% Dinner at Eight Max Kane 1933
No Score Yet The Nuisance Joe Phineas Stevens 1933
No Score Yet Clear All Wires Buckley Joyce Thomas 1933
No Score Yet The Half-Naked Truth Bates 1932
No Score Yet Washington Merry-Go-Round Button Gwinnett Brown 1932
No Score Yet Night Mayor Mayor Bobby Kingston 1932
75% Doctor X Lee Taylor 1932
No Score Yet Blessed Event Alvin 'Al' Roberts 1932
No Score Yet Love Is A Racket Actor 1932
No Score Yet The Strange Love of Molly Louvain Scott 'Scotty' Cornell 1932
No Score Yet Liliom Buzzard 1930
No Score Yet Born Reckless Bill O'Brien 1930
No Score Yet Salute Announcer 1929