Lon McCallister

Highest Rated: 100% Gentleman Jim (1942)
Lowest Rated: 75% Romeo and Juliet (1936)
Birthday: Apr 17, 1923
Birthplace: Not Available
Born Herbert Alonzo McCallister Jr., he studied acting, dancing, and singing from childhood. At age 13 he began appearing onscreen in extra and bit roles. It was more than five years before he began landing speaking parts. After his portrayal of a shy GI in Stage Door Canteen (1943) he became mildly popular, and he went on to play juvenile leads in a number of films; he usually played gentle, boyish young men from the country. He found it difficult to land adult leads, partly due to the fact that he was only 5'6". In 1953 he retired from the screen. He attempted to continue acting onstage but was unsuccessful. He became an extremely successful real estate agent.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Big Cat Actor 1956
No Score Yet The Big Cat Danny Turner 1950
No Score Yet The Story of Seabiscuit Ted Knowles 1949
No Score Yet Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!, (Summer Lightning) Snug Dominy 1948
80% The Red House Nath Storm 1947
No Score Yet Home in Indiana 'Sparke' Thornton 1944
No Score Yet Winged Victory Actor 1944
No Score Yet Stage Door Canteen California Jack Gilman 1943
92% Yankee Doodle Dandy Actor 1942
100% Gentleman Jim Page Boy 1942
No Score Yet Quiet Please: Murder Freddie the Stack Boy 1942
No Score Yet Dangerously They Live Newsboy 1941
No Score Yet First Love Actor 1939
100% Babes in Arms Boy 1939
No Score Yet Confessions of a Nazi Spy Actor 1939
No Score Yet That Certain Age Billy 1938
No Score Yet Little Tough Guy Actor 1938
No Score Yet Lord Jeff Actor 1938
No Score Yet Souls at Sea Actor 1937
86% Stella Dallas Bit 1937
75% Romeo and Juliet Choir member 1936

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