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Birth date: March 15, 1904, Parish of Ballinasloe, Republic of Ireland
Death date: May 26, 1979, Solana Beach, California, United States
Birth place: Shannonbridge, Offaly, Ireland
Height:6' 1" (1.85 m)
Profession:Actor, Soundtrack
Spouse:Janet Michaels (m. 1947–1974)
Children:Suzanne Brent, Barry Brent

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The favorite leading man of star actress Bette Davis, was born George Brendan Nolan, near Dublin, and became an orphan at the tender age of eleven. For a while, he stayed with an aunt in New York, but returned to Ireland to study at the University of Dublin. After leaving university in 1919, George became a courier for Sinn Fein leader Michael ... Wikipedia

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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Born Again1978Judge Gerhard Gesell
The Chevy Mystery Show1960TV SeriesFred Girard
Rawhide1959TV SeriesJefferson Devereaux
Wire Service1956-1957TV SeriesDean Evans / Gene Evans
El coyote1957TV MovieColonel Bart Edwards
Crossroads1956TV SeriesFather George Ford / Father Raymond
Death of a Scoundrel1956O'Connell - Party Guest (uncredited)
Schlitz Playhouse1953-1956TV SeriesSam Bentley
Celebrity Playhouse1956TV Series
Science Fiction Theatre1955TV SeriesSam Gilmore
Studio 571955TV SeriesPaul Winterton / Army Doctor
Stage 71955TV SeriesProfessor Michael X. Balsam
Fireside Theatre1955TV SeriesPaul Jarvis
Climax!1955TV Series
The Ford Television Theatre1953-1954TV SeriesJohn Raleigh / Devlin
Crown Theatre with Gloria Swanson1954TV SeriesProfessor Robert Jenssen
The Revlon Mirror Theater1953TV SeriesJohn Merrill
Mexican Manhunt1953David L. 'Dave' Brady
Tangier Incident1953Steve Gordon
Montana Belle1952Tom Bradfield
Man Bait1952John Harman
FBI Girl1951Jeff Donley
Bride for Sale1949Paul Martin
The Kid from Cleveland1949Mike Jackson
Illegal Entry1949Chief Agent Dan Collins
Red Canyon1949Matthew Bostel
Angel on the Amazon1948Jim Warburton
Luxury Liner1948Captain Jeremy Bradford
Christmas Eve1947Michael Brooks
Slave Girl1947Matt Claibourne - aka Pierre
The Corpse Came C.O.D.1947Joe Medford
Out of the Blue1947Arthur Earthleigh
Temptation1946Nigel Armine
Lover Come Back1946William 'Bill' Williams Jr.
My Reputation1946Major Scott Landis
Tomorrow Is Forever1946Lawrence Hamilton
The Spiral Staircase1945Professor Warren
The Affairs of Susan1945Roger Berton
Experiment Perilous1944Dr. Huntington Bailey
Silver Queen1942James Kincaid
You Can't Escape Forever1942Steve Mitchell
The Gay Sisters1942Charles Barclay
In This Our Life1942Craig Fleming
Twin Beds1942Mike Abbott
International Lady1941Tim Hanley
They Dare Not Love1941Prince Kurt von Rotenberg
The Great Lie1941Pete
Honeymoon for Three1941Kenneth Bixby
South of Suez1940John Gamble
The Man Who Talked Too Much1940Stephen M. Forbes
'Til We Meet Again1940Dan Hardesty
Adventure in Diamonds1940Capt. Stephen Dennett
The Fighting 69th1940'Wild Bill' Donovan
The Rains Came1939Tom Ransome
The Old Maid1939Clem Spender
Dark Victory1939Dr. Frederick Steele
Wings of the Navy1939Cass Harrington
Swingtime in the Movies1938ShortGeorge Brent (uncredited)
Secrets of an Actress1938Dick Orr
Racket Busters1938Denny Jordan
Jezebel1938Buck Cantrell
Gold Is Where You Find It1938Jared Whitney
Submarine D-11937Lt. Commander Matthews
The Go Getter1937Bill Austin
Mountain Justice1937Paul Cameron
God's Country and the Woman1937Steve Russett
More Than a Secretary1936Fred Gilbert
Give Me Your Heart1936Jim Baker
The Golden Arrow1936Johnny Jones
The Case Against Mrs. Ames1936Matt Logan
Snowed Under1936Alan Tanner
In Person1935Emory Muir
The Goose and the Gander1935Bob McNear
Special Agent1935Bill Bradford
Front Page Woman1935Curt Devlin
Stranded1935Mack Hale
Living on Velvet1935Terry Parker
The Right to Live1935Colin Trent
The Painted Veil1934Jack Townsend
Desirable1934McAllister
Housewife1934William Reynolds
Stamboul Quest1934Douglas Beall
From Headquarters1933Lieut. J. Stevens
Female1933Jim Thorne
Baby Face1933Trenholm
Lilly Turner1933Bob Chandler
The Keyhole1933Neil
42nd Street1933Pat Denning
Luxury Liner1933Dr. Thomas Bernard
They Call It Sin1932Dr. Travers
The Crash1932Geoffrey Gault
Miss Pinkerton1932Police Inspector Patten
The Purchase Price1932Jim Gilson
Week-End Marriage1932Peter Acton
The Rich Are Always with Us1932Julian Tierney
So Big!1932Roelf Pool
The Lightning Warrior1931Alan Scott
Homicide Squad1931Jimmy
Ex-Bad Boy1931Donald Swift
Charlie Chan Carries On1931Capt. Ronald Keane
Fair Warning1931Les Haines
Once a Sinner1931James Brent
Under Suspicion1930Inspector Turner
The Iron Horse1924Worker / Extra (uncredited)

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Affairs of Susan1945performer: "If You Knew Susie" - uncredited
Living on Velvet1935performer: "Isle of Capri" 1934 - uncredited

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The George Gobel Show1955TV SeriesHimself
Breakdowns of 19381938ShortHimself (Jezebel outtakes) (uncredited)
Breakdowns of 19371937ShortHimself
Breakdowns of 19361936ShortHimself
A Dream Comes True1935Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Things You Never See on the Screen1935ShortHimself
Hollywood on Parade No. A-131933ShortHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Boom! Hollywood's Greatest Disaster Movies2000Video documentary
Bette Davis: A Basically Benevolent Volcano1983TV Movie documentaryHimself
Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage1983DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
Hollywood: The Great Stars1963TV Movie documentaryActor 'Dark Victory' (uncredited)
Land of Liberty1939Buck Cantrell (edited from: Jezebel)
Out Where the Stars Begin1938ShortClip from 'Gold Is Where You Find It' (uncredited)

Won awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 1709 Vine Street.
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionAwarded February 8, 1960 at 1612 Vine Street


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#Fact
1His hair was completely gray by the time he started working for Warner Brothers, and he had to dye his hair black.
2Last saw his favorite co-star Bette Davis in 1978 when he went to visit her back stage at one of her one-woman shows in San Diego that featured film clips from her vast career. She didn't recognize him at first as he had grown quite old, white haired and unhealthily overweight. He died in May of 1979.
3The son of a British officer and IRA guerrilla during the Anglo-Irish War (1919-1922). Both of his parents died when he was 11 and he migrated for a time to America in 1915. He later returned to Ireland and began his career doing bits on the Abbey Theatre stage.
4Warner Bros. tested George for the title role in Captain Blood (1935) after Robert Donat turned the role down. Despite his reliable tenure at the studio, he was better known as a ladies' man in tearjerkers than a swashbuckler and newcomer Errol Flynn got the part, becoming an instant star.
5As a subversive Irish revolutionary carrier, he managed to elude the British in 1921 when he was smuggled back to America via freighter to Canada.
6He played Jane Powell's father in the film Luxury Liner (1948). Powell claims that she had a romance with the older George during the film's shoot and turned him down when he proposed marriage.
7Had a tumultuous two-year long affair with Bette Davis, his frequent and most prolific co-star of eleven feature films: So Big! (1932), The Rich Are Always with Us (1932), Housewife (1934), Front Page Woman (1935), Special Agent (1935), The Golden Arrow (1936), Jezebel (1938), Dark Victory (1939), The Old Maid (1939), The Great Lie (1941) and In This Our Life (1942).
8He had two children, Barry and Suzanne, with his 4th wife, Janet.
9Was to have starred in the film, Death of a Scoundrel (1956), but took ill after a large party scene with many, many extras had been filmed. Rather than an expensive re-shoot, the producers left the scene (with him visible) in the final cut. He was replaced in the lead by George Sanders.
10Served on Michael Collins' ASU (Active Service Unit) assassin/hitmen squad (as "George Nolan", his real name), although he could not have been more than 16 or so.
11He was a licensed pilot. You can see him landing an airplane in The Great Lie (1941).

#Quote
1No woman will ever own me, I own myself.


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