Harry Bellaver Overview:

Character actor, Harry Bellaver, was born on Feb 12, 1905 in Hillsboro, IL. Bellaver died at the age of 88 on Aug 8, 1993 in Nyack, NY .


American actor, often seen polishing the bar, but sometimes as shabby policeman, chatty cab-driver, or threadbare minion. Hollywood could have kept him a busy man, but he preferred theatre, drama teaching, and television work. In the last-named field, he spent five years with the popular series Naked City (as Sergeant Frank Arcaro) in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Film Character Actors: an Illustrated Directory).



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During World War II he toured the front lines as a stage manager and actor in the U.S.O. show "Over 21," which starred Vivian Vance and her then-husband Philip Ober.

Began his career with the Hedgerow Repertory Theater near Philadelphia, where he apprenticed for four years before moving to New York City in 1930 and joining the Group Theater.

Helped found the Actors' Equity Association.

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