Matt McHugh

Lowest Rated: 50% Mr. Skeffington (1944)
Birthday: Jan 22, 1894
Birthplace: Not Available
Actor Matt McHugh was born into a show business family, joining his parents, his brother Frank, and his sister Kitty in the family stock company as soon as he learned to talk. Matt came to Hollywood to repeat his stage role in the 1931 film adaptation of Elmer Rice's Broadway hit Street Scene. He continued to have sizeable film assignments for the next few years (notably the bourgeois Italian bridegroom Francesco in Laurel and Hardy's The Devil's Brother [1933]) before settling into bits and minor roles. A dead ringer for his more famous brother Frank McHugh, Matt projected an abrasive, sardonic screen image; as such, he was utilized in such rough-edged roles as cab drivers, bartenders and mechanics. Matt McHugh's best screen opportunities in the '40s came with his supporting roles in the 2-reel comedy output of Columbia Pictures; he appeared in the short comedies of Andy Clyde, Hugh Herbert, Walter Catlett, The Three Stooges and many others, most often cast as a lazy or caustic brother-in-law.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye Satterfield 1950
No Score Yet Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!, (Summer Lightning) Jim 1948
71% My Favorite Brunette `Jimmy Cagney' Type 1947
No Score Yet Nora Prentiss Drunk 1947
80% Song of the Thin Man Taxi Driver 1947
No Score Yet They Won't Believe Me Tiny Old Man 1947
No Score Yet Nocturne Coffee Attendant 1946
100% The Strange Love of Martha Ivers Bus Driver 1946
100% The Blue Dahlia Bartender 1946
100% The Dark Corner Milk Man 1946
94% The Bells of St. Mary's Clerk 1945
No Score Yet Lady on a Train Drunk 1945
80% The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (Guilty of Murder?) Moving Man 1945
No Score Yet Salome, Where She Danced Lafe 1945
No Score Yet Up in Arms Doorman at Medical Clinic 1944
No Score Yet Mark of the Whistler Tom 1944
80% Wing and a Prayer Sailor Assisting Projectionist 1944
No Score Yet Home in Indiana Dave 1944
50% Mr. Skeffington Drunk 1944
No Score Yet Thank Your Lucky Stars Fireman 1943
No Score Yet Flight for Freedom Mac 1943
No Score Yet So This Is Washington Stranger 1943
No Score Yet Star Spangled Rhythm Man from Brooklyn 'Old Glory' 1942
No Score Yet It Happened in Flatbush O'Doul 1942
93% The Pride of the Yankees Strength Machine Operator 1942
No Score Yet Quiet Please: Murder Taxi Driver 1942
No Score Yet Blues in the Night Drunk 1941
100% The Devil and Miss Jones Sam 1941
96% They Drive by Night Electrician 1940
No Score Yet The Boys from Syracuse Bartender 1940
No Score Yet Love, Honor & Oh-Baby! Taxi Driver 1940
No Score Yet I Take This Woman Actor 1940
95% Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Reporter 1939
No Score Yet The Mad Miss Manton Waiter 1938
No Score Yet Three Loves Has Nancy Traveling Salesman 1938
No Score Yet Professor Beware Divorced man on highway 1938
100% Holiday Taxi Driver 1938
No Score Yet The Rage of Paris Department Head 1938
100% You and Me Newcomer 1938
No Score Yet My Lucky Star Cab Driver 1938
No Score Yet Mannequin Mike 1937
No Score Yet Navy Blue and Gold Heckler 1937
100% Barbary Coast Broncho 1935
No Score Yet The Glass Key Puggy 1935
No Score Yet Wings in the Dark Sheila's 1st Mechanic 1935
No Score Yet If You Could Only Cook Pete 1935
No Score Yet Lost in the Stratosphere O'Toole 1934
No Score Yet The Cat's Paw Taxi Driver 1934
No Score Yet Judge Priest Gabby Rives 1934
No Score Yet She Loves Me Not Andy 1934
No Score Yet Dancing Lady Marcia's Agent 1933
No Score Yet The Prizefighter and the Lady Professor's Drinking Buddy 1933
No Score Yet Only Yesterday Actor 1933
No Score Yet The Devil's Brother Francesco 1933
No Score Yet Night of Terror Detective Bailey 1933
No Score Yet Hard to Handle Joe Goetz 1933
No Score Yet The Purchase Price Waco 1932
No Score Yet Two Seconds Masher 1932
94% Freaks Rollo Brother 1932
No Score Yet Taxi! Joe Silva 1932
100% Street Scene Vincent Jones 1931

TV

CREDIT
65% Under the Dome
2013-2015
Farmer Killian
  • 2014
No Score Yet The Three Stooges
1934-1959
  • 1955
  • 1948

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