Scott Brady Overview:

Character actor, Scott Brady, was born Gerard Kenneth Tierney on Sep 13, 1924 in Brooklyn, NY. Brady died at the age of 60 on Apr 16, 1985 in Los Angeles, CA .


Rugged, handsome Hollywood leading man with light-brown hair, brother of Lawrence Tierney. His forceful early acting promise was dissipated in a series of acting roles for Universal-International, but he kept busy, in latter days as a pudgy and balding character star. Lost to TV from 1959-1962 as Shotgun Slade and from 1974 to 1978 as the barman in Police Story. Died from respiratory failure.

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



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In celebration of the birthday anniversary of the late great , born this date in 1924, today’s pic is a publicity still from Bloodhounds of Broadway (1952), the only film he and Timothy made together. Tim, unbilled as hillbilly Crockett Pace, is attempting to get rid of city fellas ... Read full article

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Scott Brady Quotes:

Sheriff Lloyd Grover: I didn't know you had any dealing with the Indians.
Tom Rile: You still don't know. That's what I pay you for...not to know anything.
Sheriff Lloyd Grover: What is it, Tom? Are you selling the Apaches whiskey or guns?
Tom Rile: You better put that blindfold back on.
Sheriff Lloyd Grover: It's no wonder you got so many gunslingers working for you.
Tom Rile: You know, you'd look a lot healthier with that usual dumb look on your face.
Sheriff Lloyd Grover: Tom, I can only go so far with that dumb look and then something gets stuck in my craw and I can't get it out.
Tom Rile: Yeah, what? Your conscience?

Lt. Romero: [Concerning their bringing the countess with them] Davy Lad, what's the skipper gonna say about her?
Lt. David Farragut: I shudder to think, Link. I shudder to think.

Sakalakis: [looking at bench] Rimsky, in for Korsakoff!

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Scott Brady Facts
Appeared occasionally on stage in such touring productions as "Picnic," "Detective Story" and "The Best Man". He made his Broadway debut in the 1959 musical "Destry Rides Again," based on the James Stewart/Marlene Dietrich film classic of the same name. The musical starred Andy Griffith and Dolores Gray with Scott playing the villainous role Brian Donlevy played in the original.

Offered the role of Terry Moore's boyfriend in Come Back, Little Sheba (1952), but had to turn it down due to other film commitments. Richard Jaeckel played the role.

Scott was an avid Notre Dame football fan.

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