Tom D'Andrea

Highest Rated: 93% Dark Passage (1947)
Lowest Rated: 60% Humoresque (1946)
Birthday: May 15, 1909
Birthplace: Not Available
Runyonesque American character actor Tom D'Andrea came to films when the Broadway production This is the Army was transferred to the screen in 1943. This led to a Warner Bros. contract for D'Andrea; he went on to play supporting roles in a number of the studio's films, the best of which was the sympathetic cabbie in Dark Passage (1948). An amusing supporting role as a myopic ballplayer in the William Bendix comedy Kill the Umpire (1950) led to D'Andrea being cast as Bendix's buddy Gillis on the TV sitcom The Life of Riley in 1953. He left Riley briefly to co-star with Hal March in the 1956 series The Soldiers, but returned to the role of Gillis when his own series was cancelled after a single season. Tom D'Andrea's last regular TV role was Biff the bartender in Dante (1960); his final screen appearance was in the Polly Adler biopic A House is Not a Home (1964).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet A House Is Not a Home Gabe 1964
No Score Yet The Next Voice You Hear Hap Magee 1950
No Score Yet Kill the Umpire Roscoe Snooker 1950
No Score Yet Tension Freddie 1949
No Score Yet Flaxy Martin Sam Malko 1949
No Score Yet Fighter Squadron Sgt. Dolan 1948
No Score Yet Smart Girls Don't Talk Sparky Lynch 1948
No Score Yet Silver River Pistol Porter 1948
93% Dark Passage Sam 1947
No Score Yet Love and Learn Wells 1947
60% Humoresque Phil Boray 1946
No Score Yet Never Say Goodbye Jack Gordon 1946
No Score Yet Night and Day Bernie 1946
No Score Yet Pride of the Marines Tom 1945
No Score Yet This Is the Army Soldier 1943


No Score Yet Green Acres
Sergeant Plumber
  • 1968
  • 1966
No Score Yet The Andy Griffith Show
Bill Stone
  • 1966
No Score Yet The Beverly Hillbillies
Sherman Kingsley
  • 1966
No Score Yet The Dick Van Dyke Show
  • 1966


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