Roland Drew

Highest Rated: 85% Sergeant York (1941)
Birthday: Aug 4, 1900
Birthplace: Not Available
Prince Barin in Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe (1940), Roland Drew claimed to have begun his professional career as a newspaper reporter. Enrolled by 1926 in the Paramount-Astoria talent school, which also included Thelma Todd and Buddy Rogers, Drew made his screen debut in Fascinating Youth (1926), the "Junior Stars" graduation assignment, as it where, in which he was billed under his real name of Walter Goss. Tall (reportedly 6'1"), dark, and handsome, Drew could play both heroes and villains, and remained fairly busy in low-budget productions until the mid-'40s. He later became a successful dress designer. He died in 1988 at the age of 87.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Purple Death from Outer Space Barin 1966
No Score Yet Two O'clock Courage Steve Maitland 1945
No Score Yet The Adventures of Mark Twain Editor 1944
No Score Yet The Contender Kip 1944
No Score Yet Princess O'Rourke Dispatcher 1943
No Score Yet The Hidden Hand Walter Channing 1942
No Score Yet Larceny, Inc. Man 1942
No Score Yet I Was Framed Gordon Locke 1942
No Score Yet Lady Gangster Carey Wells 1942
No Score Yet Across the Pacific Capt. Harkness 1942
No Score Yet Captains of the Clouds Officer 1942
83% The Man Who Came to Dinner Newspaperman 1942
No Score Yet Dangerously They Live Dr. Murdock 1941
85% Sergeant York Officer 1941
No Score Yet Manpower Man 1941
No Score Yet Underground Gestapo 1941
No Score Yet The Saint Takes Over `Rocky' Weldon 1940
No Score Yet The Invisible Killer Lt. Jerry Brown 1939
No Score Yet Hitler -- Beast of Berlin Hans 1939
No Score Yet The Goldwyn Follies Igor 1938
No Score Yet Thunder in the City Frank 1937
No Score Yet The Racketeer (Love's Conquest) Tony Vaughan 1929
No Score Yet Evangeline Gabriel 1929
No Score Yet Ramona Actor 1928
No Score Yet Fine Manners Buddy Murphy 1926


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