Lowell Gilmore

Birthday: Dec 20, 1906
Birthplace: Not Available
A suave-looking, wavy-haired supporting actor who always seemed more British than American despite his Midwest origins, Lowell Gilmore had appeared in a host of successful Broadway productions, including Autumn Crocus (1932) and the 1935 Theatre Guild revival of The Taming of the Shrew, before making his screen debut as Gregory Peck's second-in-command in Days of Glory (1944). Often cast as a cad, Gilmore added numerous television guest appearances to his list of credits in the 1950s, including the role of Pontius Pilate in the "Crucifixion and Resurrection" episode of The Living Christ Series (1951).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Jeanne Eagels Rev. Dr. Davidson 1957
No Score Yet Comanche Commissioner Ward 1956
No Score Yet Blood Alley British officer 1955
No Score Yet Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki Robert Coates 1955
No Score Yet The Sea Chase Capt. Evans 1955
No Score Yet Saskatchewan Banks 1954
No Score Yet Day of Triumph Pilate 1954
33% Androcles and the Lion Metelius 1953
No Score Yet Francis Covers the Big Town Garnet 1953
No Score Yet I Beheld His Glory Pontius Pilate 1953
No Score Yet Plymouth Adventure Edward Winslow 1952
No Score Yet Hong Kong Danton 1952
No Score Yet Lone Star Capt. Elliott 1952
No Score Yet Roadblock Kendall Webb 1951
No Score Yet Darling, How Could You! Aubrey Quayne 1951
92% King Solomon's Mines Eric Masters 1950
No Score Yet Rogues Of Sherwood Forest Count of Flanders 1950
No Score Yet Fortunes of Captain Blood George Fairfax 1950
No Score Yet The Secret Garden British Officer 1949
No Score Yet Walk a Crooked Mile Dr. William Forrest 1948
No Score Yet Dream Girl George Hand 1948
No Score Yet The Prince Of Thieves Sir Phillip 1948
No Score Yet The Black Arrow Duke of Gloucester 1948
No Score Yet The Arnelo Affair Avery Border 1947
No Score Yet Calcutta Eric Lasser 1947
No Score Yet Step by Step Von Dorn 1946
No Score Yet Johnny Angel Sam Jewell 1945
46% Days of Glory Semyon 1945
92% The Picture of Dorian Gray Basil Hallward 1945

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
1955-1962
Mel Douglas
  • 1956

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