Ian Wolfe Overview:

Character actor, Ian Wolfe, was born on Nov 4, 1896 in Canton, IL. Wolfe died at the age of 95 on Jan 23, 1992 in Los Angeles, CA .


Ian Wolfe was a gaunt, mean-looking American actor. His characters, though mostly minor, frequently carried a quiet menace that sent a shiver down the spine. He came to films in his late thirties (almost always in humorless supporting roles), but certainly made up for the late start. Over 140 films later, he was still acting, only retiring at age 85.

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Illustrated Dictionary of Film Character Actors).



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[last lines]
The Priest: Amen.

Rev. Elcott: [after rounding up the girls] Now we're all fathers and we love you, so don't be afraid to answer. A ways back I heard a wee babe crying in the house. Whose is it?
[girls look at one another]
Rev. Elcott: Whose is it, don't be afraid to tell?
Girls: [all at once and smiling] Mine!

Prof. Hopkins: His name was Dr. Renault, Dr. Paul Renault. Over twenty-five years ago, he went to the only place where zombies were known to exist - on the island of San Sebastian, one of the smaller Virgin Islands, but I haven't heard from him since.
Mike Streger: Oh, we don't want to disturb him, do we Jerry?
Prof. Hopkins: I don't know if he's alive or dead, but if he's alive, he can tell you what you want to know. Go to San Sebastian - Paul can help you.
Jerry Miles: What's this Paul like... if he's alive?
Prof. Hopkins: A great scientist. Yes, some people say he is crazy. I don't think he is crazy... well, ah, not very crazy, anyway.

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Self-published a book titled, Lyrics & Ballads, in 1988.

Poetry book: "Sixty Ballads & Lyrics in Search of Music".

Poetry book: "Forty-Four Scribbles & A Prayer: Lyrics & Ballads".

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