Tom Stevenson

Lowest Rated: 13% Forever Amber (1947)
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Handsome British stage actor Tom Stevenson had played the homicidal husband in the stage version of Gaslight before making his screen debut as the gravedigger in The Wolf Man (1941). Freelancing, Stevenson played minor supporting roles at almost every Hollywood studio, often portraying supercilious headwaiters or forbidding military officers. When MGM filmed Gaslight in 1944, Stevenson played Williams, the constable, and he was Reverend Hyslip in Bette Davis's Mr. Skeffington later that year. Stevenson, who also appeared in early television shows, returned to the legitimate stage in 1950.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet The Lady Takes a Sailor Institute Guide 1949
No Score Yet When My Baby Smiles at Me Valet 1948
No Score Yet The Luck of the Irish Gentleman's Gentleman 1948
No Score Yet Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid Waiter 1948
No Score Yet The Miracle of the Bells Milton Wild 1948
No Score Yet The Mating of Millie Harvey Willoughby 1948
No Score Yet The Lone Wolf in London Henry Robards 1947
13% Forever Amber Groom 1947
100% Till the Clouds Roll By Genius 1947
No Score Yet The Hucksters Paul Evans 1947
No Score Yet Mother Wore Tights Hotel Clerk 1947
No Score Yet My Wild Irish Rose Lee 1947
No Score Yet Margie Salesman 1946
No Score Yet O.S.S. Instructor 1946
50% Mr. Skeffington Rev. Hyslup 1944
86% Gaslight Williams 1944
85% The Song of Bernadette Doctor 1943
No Score Yet Happy Land Mr. MacMurray 1943
No Score Yet First Comes Courage Blakeley 1943
No Score Yet The Hidden Hand Horace Channing 1942
No Score Yet Counter-Espionage Police Constable Hopkins 1942
No Score Yet Across the Pacific Tall Thin Man 1942
94% The Wolf Man Richardson, the Graveyard Digger 1941
No Score Yet Nine Lives Are Not Enough Charles 1941

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