Character actor, Harold Huber, was born Harold Joseph Huberman on Dec 5, 1904 in New York City, NY. Huber died at the age of 54 on Sep 29, 1959 in New York City, NY .
With his dark, slick hair and trim mustache, Harold Huber, was something of a cut-price Cesar Romero. Typed in villainous roles in the early part of his film career (as crooked nightclub owners and the like), he was later much on the side of the law, especially in "Mr Moto" and "Charlie Chan" thrillers, where he played sharpish inspectors. The war changed the direction of his career and he virtually quit films in post-war years after returning from service abroad. In 1950, he became a TV regular in the series "I Cover Times Square" and continued working steadily in the medium up to his early death.(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Illustrated Dictionary of Film Character Actors).
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By Caftan Woman on Feb 11, 2010 From Caftan Woman
as "that rat, Nunheim" in 1934s The Thin Man Harold Joseph Huberman (later legally Huber) was born December 5, 1909 in the Bronx. That he was an observant lad is evident by the many characters he played on screen. He was also a very bright fellow enrolling as a teenager in an advanced experimen... Read full article
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