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Monroe Owsley

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Son of actress Gertrude Owsley, Monroe Owsley began his own stage career in his teens. In films from 1929, he gained a measure of fame by repeating his Broadway role as Ned, the inebriated younger brother of heroine Linda Seton, in Philip Barry's Holiday (1930) (when the film was remade in 1938, Owsley's part was essayed by Lew Ayres). Thereafter, he was typecast as a dissipated, often debauched young playboy, seldom garbed in anything other than a bathrobe or smoking jacket. Monroe Owsley died at age 36 from a heart attack suffered during a car accident.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Hat Check Girl
  • Actor
2014
No Score Yet Yellowstone
  • Marty Ryan
1936
No Score Yet Private Number
  • Coakley
1936
No Score Yet Mister Cinderella
  • Aloysius Merriweather
1936
No Score Yet Remember Last Night?
  • Billy Arliss
1935
No Score Yet Rumba
  • Hobart Fletcher
1935
No Score Yet Goin' to Town
  • Fletcher Colton
1935
No Score Yet Little Man, What Now?
  • Kessler
1934
No Score Yet Twin Husbands
  • Colton Drain
1933
No Score Yet The Keyhole
  • Maurice Le Brun
1933
No Score Yet Brief Moment
  • Harold Sigrift
1933
No Score Yet Ex-Lady
  • Nick Malvyn
1933
No Score Yet Unashamed
  • Harry Swift
1932
No Score Yet Call Her Savage
  • Lawrence Crosby
1932
No Score Yet Indiscreet
  • Jim Woodward
1931
No Score Yet Ten Cents a Dance
  • Eddie Miller
1931
No Score Yet This Modern Age
  • Tony Girard
1931
No Score Yet Holiday
  • Ned Seton
1930
No Score Yet Carry on, Sergeant!
  • Actor
1928

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