Ian Wolfe Movies List

Ian Wolfe
Ian Wolfe
Canton, Illinois, USA
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Actor Ian Wolfe Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 73 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 73 movies
Dick Tracy
Dick Tracy ( English )
Director: Warren Beatty
Music Director: Danny Elfman , Alan Silvestri
Release date: 15-06-1990
Checking Out
Checking Out ( English )
Director: David Leland
Release date: 21-04-1989
The Seniors
The Seniors ( English )
Director: Rod Amateau
Release Year: 1978
The Fortune
The Fortune ( English )
Artist: Stockard Channing , Jack Nicholson , Warren Beatty , Ian Wolfe , Rose Michtom
Director: Mike Nichols
Release date: 20-05-1975
Homebodies ( English )
Artist: Peter Brocco , Frances Fuller , William Hansen , Ruth McDevitt , Paula Trueman
Director: Larry Yust
Music Director: Bernardo Segall
Release date: 01-09-1974
The Devil's Daughter
The Devil's Daughter ( English )
Director: Jeannot Szwarc
Release date: 09-01-1973
THX 1138
THX 1138 ( English )
Artist: Robert Duvall , Donald Pleasence , Don Pedro Colley , Maggie McOmie , Ian Wolfe
Director: George Lucas
Music Director: Lalo Schifrin , Walter Murch
Release date: 11-03-1971
Games ( English )
Director: Curtis Harrington
Music Director: Samuel Matlovsky
Release date: 17-09-1967
Diary of a Madman
Diary of a Madman ( English )
Artist: Vincent Price , Nancy Kovack , Chris Warfield , Elaine Devry , Ian Wolfe
Director: Reginald Le Borg , Jane Ficker
Music Director: Richard LaSalle
Release date: 06-03-1963
Showing 1 to 10 of 73 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 73 movies

Ian Wolfe Biography

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ian Wolfe (November 4, 1896 – January 23, 1992) was an American actor whose films date from 1934 to 1990. Until 1934, he worked as a theatre actor. Wolfe mostly found work as a character actor, appearing in over 270 films. He and his wife, Elizabeth, had two daughters. Wolfe was also a veteran of World War I where he served as a medical sergeant in the National Army of the United States. His service number was 2371377. Although American by birth and upbringing, Wolfe was often cast as an Englishman: his stage experience endowed him with precise diction resembling an upper-class British accent. A receding hairline and etched features at a relatively early age allowed him to play older men before he actually grew old. Wolfe found a niche as a soft-spoken learned man, and his over 250 roles included many attorneys, judges, butlers, ministers, professors, and doctors. Wolfe's best-known role may have been in the 1946 movie Bedlam, in which he played a scientist confined to an asylum. Wolfe wrote and self-published two books of poetry Forty-Four Scribbles and a Prayer: Lyrics and Ballads and Sixty Ballads and Lyrics In Search of Music. Of note to science fiction fans, Ian Wolfe appeared in two episodes of the original Star Trek television series: "Bread and Circuses" (1968) as Septimus, and "All Our Yesterdays" (1969) as Mr. Atoz, and portrayed the wizard Traquil in the cult series Wizards and Warriors. In 1982, Wolfe had a small recurring role on the TV series WKRP in Cincinnati as Hirsch, the sarcastic, irreverent butler to WKRP owner Lillian Carlson. Wolfe, who worked until the last couple of years of his life, died January 23, 1992, at age 95, of natural causes. He was cremated. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ian Wolfe, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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