Job Stage, film, and television actor
Years active 1929-1987
Top Roles Det. Sgt. Gillespie, Arvide Abernathy, Chief Inspector Bernie Ohls, Grant Oury, Edward 'Eddie' Buchanan
Top GenresDrama, Romance, Comedy, Crime, Western, Mystery
Top TopicsBook-Based, Based on Play, Aviation
Top Collaborators (Producer), (Producer), (Director),
Shares birthday with Alfred Hitchcock, Bert Lahr, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers  see more..

Regis Toomey Overview:

Actor, Regis Toomey, was born John Regis Toomey on Aug 13, 1898 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Toomey died at the age of 93 on Oct 12, 1991 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles and was cremated and his ashes scattered at sea.



He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Regis Toomey Quotes:

Tom Dean: That's the quickest million dollars I ever lost.

Mark Chester: Maybe we oughtn't have a fire if there's Indians around.
Minstrel: With the moon as high, it won't make no difference. Anyhow, injuns don't need to see. They got an uncanny ear for hearing. They can hear a shadow moving over peace fuzz... a goose bump rising on a white man.

[last lines]
Tim Garfield: So Long. So long, you ancient pelican.

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Regis Toomey Facts
Musical buffs will remember him as Uncle Arvide of The Salvation Army in the film version of Guys and Dolls (1955/I).

Was a close friend to Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis.

He had starring roles in the classic pre code films, Alibi (1929) and Other Men's Women (1931).

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