William Irving

Biography

Born May 17, 1893 in Hamburg, Germany Died December 25, 1943 (age 50) in Los Angeles, California, USA William Irving was born on May 17, 1893 in Hamburg, Germany. He was an actor, known for Nero (1925), The Noiseless Valley (1921) and He Loved Like He Lied (1920). He died on December 25, 1943 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

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The Big Broadcast of 1936

Photographer (uncredited)

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Girls Can Play

Umpire (uncredited)

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Special Inspector

Pete

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Held for Murder

Jury Foreman (uncredited)

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Wee Wee Monsieur

Captain Gorgonzola (uncredited)

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Three Little Beers

Cement Layer (uncredited)

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Whoops, I'm an Indian!

Bartender (uncredited)

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Playing the Ponies

Higgins (uncredited)

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Hoi Polloi

Larry's dance partner (uncredited)

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Slippery Silks

Mr. Romani (uncredited)

Starring In
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Public Hero Number 1

Federal Agent (uncredited)

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Hard, Fast and Beautiful!

Umpire

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The Great Dictator

Man Seated on Bed (uncredited)

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The Mortal Storm

Cafe Waiter (uncredited)

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The Three Stooges: Nutty But Nice

Cop Hit by Melon (uncredited)

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Little Men

Bartender (uncredited)

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Ninotchka

Bartender (uncredited)

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Special Inspector

Pete

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Wee Wee Monsieur

Captain Gorgonzola (uncredited)

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Topper

Policeman (uncredited)

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Girls Can Play

Umpire (uncredited)

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A Day at the Races

Man for Horn Business (uncredited)

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Dizzy Doctors

Doctor (uncredited)

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Back to the Woods

Courtroom Guard (uncredited)

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Playing the Ponies

Higgins (uncredited)

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Grips, Grunts and Groans

Waiter #1 (uncredited)

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Slippery Silks

Mr. Romani (uncredited)

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Whoops, I'm an Indian!

Bartender (uncredited)

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Three Little Beers

Cement Layer (uncredited)

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The Big Broadcast of 1936

Photographer (uncredited)

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One More Spring

Chef (uncredited)

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Restless Knights

Queen's Ally (uncredited)

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Pop Goes the Easel

Man Curly Asks for a Meal (uncredited)

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Pardon My Scotch

Customer (uncredited)

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Hoi Polloi

Larry's dance partner (uncredited)

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Broadway Bill

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WC Fields: You're Telling Me

Businessman

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It Happened One Night

Passenger on Second Bus (uncredited)

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The Personality Kid

Fan Who Liked Ritzy's Yodeling (uncredited)

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The Firebird

Police Sergeant (uncredited)

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Three Little Pigskins

Photographer (uncredited)

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Punch Drunks

Kilduff's Manager (uncredited)

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Bolero

Violinist (uncredited)

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Lady by Choice

Drunk (uncredited)

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WC Fields: Tillie and Gus

Man in Tall Silk Hat (uncredited)

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Footlight Parade

Doorman, 'Honeymoon Hotel' (uncredited)

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She Had to Say Yes

Bartender (uncredited)

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Diplomaniacs

Schmerzenpuppen (uncredited)

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The Silk Express

Silk man on phone (uncredited)

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A Farewell to Arms

Frederic's Friend - Frustrated Opera Singer (uncredited)

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Held for Murder

Jury Foreman (uncredited)

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All Quiet on the Western Front

Ginger - the Cook (uncredited)

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The Cameraman

Photographer (uncredited)

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