Richard Ney

Richard Ney

Highest Rated: 100% Midnight Lace (1960)

Lowest Rated: 56% The Premature Burial (1962)

Birthday: Not Available

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A Columbia University grad with an economics degree, American actor Richard Ney was sidetracked into stage and films. For his movie debut, Ney was cast as Greer Garson's eldest son in the Oscar-winning Mrs. Miniver (1942). He later married Garson, ten years his senior, accruing negative publicity during their 1947 divorce proceedings when it was alleged that he had derided her for being old. One does not malign an icon like Greer Garson, and Ney suffered for the divorce with a series of inferior films made both in Hollywood and Europe, the nadir being 1953's horrendous Babes in Baghdad. Ney forsook acting for good in 1961 to become a prominent stock market analyst and financial consultant. He gained nationwide fame in 1962 for accurately predicting the stock market crash of that year. He also wrote several best-selling books on the subject of Wall Street, and was a frequent talk-show guest and financial-advice show host.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet 16 Heads and Counting: A Love Story With Teeth Antony 2008
56% The Premature Burial Miles Archer 1962
100% Midnight Lace Daniel Graham 1960
No Score Yet The Fan Mr. Hopper 1950
No Score Yet The Lovable Cheat Jacques Minard 1949
88% Joan of Arc Duke of Claremont 1948
No Score Yet Ivy Jervis Lexton 1947
No Score Yet The Late George Apley John Apley 1947
No Score Yet The War Against Mrs. Hadley Theodore Hadley 1943
93% Mrs. Miniver Vin Miniver 1942


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