Tommy Cook

Highest Rated: 97% Stalag 17 (1953)
Birthday: Jul 5, 1930
Birthplace: Not Available
Based in Los Angeles from an early age, Tommy Cook was a busy child actor on radio during the 1940s, playing such roles as Little Beaver on the Western series Red Ryder. In films since 1942's The Tuttles of Tahiti, Cook was briefly placed under contract by Columbia. In his late teen years, he signed with 20th Century Fox, playing substantial roles in films like An American Guerilla in the Philippines (1950) and Panic in the Streets (1950). Drifting out of acting in the mid-'50s, Tommy Cook went on to become a professional tennis player and traveling-show entrepreneur.

Highest Rated Movies



0% The Thing with Two Heads Chaplain 1972
57% Send Me No Flowers Tennis Player 1964
No Score Yet Missile to the Moon Gary 1959
No Score Yet Night Passage Howdy Sladen 1957
No Score Yet Mohawk Keoga 1956
No Score Yet Teen-Age Crime Wave Mike Denton 1955
No Score Yet Battle Cry Ziltch 1955
No Score Yet Thunder Pass Actor 1954
97% Stalag 17 Prisoners of War 1953
No Score Yet The Battle at Apache Pass Little Elk 1952
63% American Guerrilla in the Philippines Miguel 1950
96% Panic in the Streets Vince Poldi 1950
No Score Yet Bad Boy Floyd 1949
92% Cry of the City Tony Rome 1948
60% Humoresque Phil Boray as a Child 1946
No Score Yet Song of Arizona Chip 1946
No Score Yet Tarzan and the Leopard Woman Kimba 1946
No Score Yet Wanderer of the Wasteland Chito as a Boy 1945
No Score Yet Mr. Winkle Goes to War 4th Kid 1944
No Score Yet The Tuttles of Tahiti Riki 1942
No Score Yet Jungle Girl Wakimbu 1941
No Score Yet Adventures of Red Ryder Little Beaver 1940


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