Wedgewood Nowell

Highest Rated: 92% Lost Horizon (1937)
Lowest Rated: 78% The Merry Widow (1934)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
A handsome, mustachioed supporting player, Wedgewood Nowell entered films in 1915, according to his official studio bio, "after 15 years of stage work." A classically trained musician as well, the actor moonlighted as a composer of original music, his scores accompanying the screenings of such popular melodramas as The Disciple (1915) and The Deserter (1916). Very busy throughout the silent era -- mostly playing slightly degenerate noblemen and various bluenoses -- Nowell became a dress extra and bit player after the changeover to sound.

Highest Rated Movies



90% They Were Expendable Personnel in Admiral's Office 1945
91% The Woman in the Window Club Member 1944
80% Watch on the Rhine American Diplomat 1943
No Score Yet Dive Bomber General 1941
89% Meet John Doe Bit Part 1941
No Score Yet My Love Came Back Treasurer 1940
No Score Yet Murder in the Air Admiral 1940
No Score Yet Calling Philo Vance Brisbane Coe 1940
No Score Yet Each Dawn I Die Parole Board Member 1939
No Score Yet Naughty But Nice Professor 1939
86% Dark Victory Doctor 1939
91% You Can't Take It With You Man 1938
No Score Yet First Lady Man 1937
92% Lost Horizon Englishman 1937
No Score Yet Dick Tracy Clayton 1937
No Score Yet Folies Bergère de Paris, (The Man from the Folies Bergere) Actor 1935
No Score Yet The Gay Bride Stage Manager 1934
78% The Merry Widow Lackey 1934
90% Cleopatra Scribe 1934
No Score Yet A Doll's House Nils Krogstad 1922
No Score Yet Enter Madame Doctor 1922


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