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Harvey Stephens Net Worth

Complete Biography of Harvey Stephens, which include net worth and movie earnings in 2017. Harvey Stephens body measurments like height, weight and age information. Harvey Stephens wiki include family profile: spouse (wife/husband); siblings; childen; parents. Biography of Harvey Stephens net worth was updated in 2019.

Harvey Stephens Net Worth is
$850,000

Mini Biography

At age 30, professional Harvey Stephens had a complicated elegance and staid, long-jawed handsomeness that seemed perfect for the silver screen, particularly in elegant or period configurations. A experienced of a small number of Broadway displays by enough time he produced his sudden proceed to film, he was handed on the sterling silver platter a debut starring function. The disadvantage was that playing contrary him will be a Broadway star and one the boldest landscape chewers of all-time — Tallulah Bankhead. The “main character” opportunities proceeded to go quickly downhill following that for Harvey but he redeemed himself quite nicely within the next few years being a poised second lead participant and (afterwards) dependable personality actor on Television. Blessed on August 21, 1901, the LA local attended U.C.L.A. before schooling with Walter Hampden’s repertory firm for just two years aswell as in a variety of other stock businesses. He had currently wedded Beatrice Nichols in 1929 by enough time he set up himself on Broadway. Acquiring his initial Broadway bow with a job in “Various other Men’s Wives” (1929), he continued to surface in “Dishonored Female” (1930) with the fantastic Katharine Cornell and “Tomorrow and Tomorrow” (1931) with Herbert Marshall and Zita Johann by enough time Hollywood came contacting. Paramount’s Pre-Code dilemma The Cheat (1931) was an auspicious initial project For Harvey where he was ensemble seeing that decent, upper-scale man Jeffrey Carlyle, the concerned hubby to voracious party female and gambler Elsa Carlyle, played towards the hilt by Tallulah Bankhead. Bankhead, the larger-than-life superstar deemed too large for the display screen, had taken no prisoners and Harvey was dwarfed for some from the proceedings. Despite his apparent skill, Harvey’s big opportunity for stardom was snuffed out. This might be his initial and only possibility at male superstar movie material. Carrying on diligently on Broadway in such performs as “THE PET Kingdom” (1932) with Leslie Howard, “Perfect Years” (1932), “Conquest” (1932), “I Cherished You Wed” (1932) and “The Party’s Over” (1933), Fox authorized Harvey up in 1933 and following that he made an appearance in second prospects and/or “additional guy” parts, bolstering several quality motion pictures and offering a good-looking distraction between a few of Hollywood’s most popular cinematic stars. His 1st ruffled in the Janet Gaynor and Warner Baxter coupling in the humor Paddy another MOST SENSIBLE THING (1933). Following that he enjoyed taking part in cads, flirts, and different rich suitor types who attempted to come between a few of Hollywood’s glossiest & most well-known pairings: William Powell and ‘Myrna Loy’ in Evelyn Prentice (1934); Spencer Tracy and Myrna Loy in Whipsaw (1935); Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray in Maid of Salem (1937); and Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray in Golf swing High, Golf swing Low (1937). By the finish from the decade, however, Harvey was getting credit very much further down the list, specifically in the higher-quality movies of the Beau Geste (1939), Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940), Sergeant York (1941) and Lady at night (1944). By the finish of WWII, his film profession had subsided significantly. Therefore, he came back to Broadway in 1944 with both “Over 21” starring Ruth Gordon and “Violet”. In 1949 he previously an officious presented part in the musical traditional “South Pacific” starring Mary Martin and Ezio Pinza in the non-singing part of Lt. Harbison, only 1 of two non-singing parts in the display. He remained with the present for quite some time. TV occupied a lot of Harvey’s amount of time in the 1950s, today a well-oiled personality professional, but he hardly ever found anybody series that may have provided his personality name a noticeable increase. His last Broadway function was included with “TIME PERIOD LIMIT” (1956). Pursuing unbilled assignments in The Youthful Lions (1958), North by Northwest (1959) and Progress to the trunk (1964), he finished his profession on Television in 1965 with an bout of “Bonanza,” after that retired quietly towards the Southern California region. Harvey died just a couple days before Xmas in 1986 in the Saddleback INFIRMARY in Laguna Hillsides, California, and was survived by present wife Barbara and three kids. He was 85 years of age.

Known for movies




Filmography

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Texans1938Lt. David Nichols
Tip-Off Girls1938Chief Agent Jason Baardue
Dangerous to Know1938Philip Easton
Night Club Scandal1937Frank Marsh
Forlorn River1937Les Setter
Night of Mystery1937Dr. Von Blon
King of Gamblers1937J.G. Temple
Swing High, Swing Low1937Harvey Howell
Murder Goes to College1937Paul Broderick
Maid of Salem1937Dr. John Harding
All American Chump1936Jim Crawford
Sworn Enemy1936District Attorney Paul Scott
The 3 Wise Guys1936Ambersham
Absolute Quiet1936Barney Tait
Robin Hood of El Dorado1936Capt. Osborne
Tough Guy1936Chief Davison
Whipsaw1935Ed Dexter
Desert Death1935ShortBob Mehaffey
It's in the Air1935Sidney Kendall
Orchids to You1935George Draper
The Murder Man1935Henry Mander
Let 'em Have It1935Van Rensseler
Baby Face Harrington1935Ronald
One New York Night1935Collis
After Office Hours1935Tommy Bannister
Evelyn Prentice1934Lawrence Kennard
Sleepers East1934Martin Knox (uncredited)
The Worst Woman in Paris?1933John Strong
Jimmy and Sally1933Ralph Andrews
Paddy the Next Best Thing1933Jack Breen
The Cheat1931Jeffrey Carlyle
Bonanza1961-1965TV SeriesDr. Randall / Uncle Fred Wilson / Jock McPherson
Joy in the Morning1965Dr. Marson
Perry Mason1958-1965TV SeriesBenjamin Addicks / Lawrence Victor Squires
Slattery's People1965TV SeriesLewis Wanamaker
Advance to the Rear1964Gen. Dunlop (uncredited)
Ben Casey1964TV Series
Channing1963TV SeriesProf. Johnson
Breaking Point1963TV SeriesCharles Bascome
Diary of a Madman1963Louis Girot
Cheyenne1962TV SeriesDr. Clark Dana
Checkmate1962TV SeriesBryson Jennings
Margie1962TV SeriesDr. Lester
Bus Stop1962TV SeriesDick
The Untouchables1961TV SeriesCommissioner F. Scott Bodeen
Outlaws1961TV SeriesDernbacker / Frank Berger
Ripcord1961TV SeriesDr. Pareto
Flight That Disappeared1961Walter Cooper
Wagon Train1958-1961TV SeriesBank Manager / Maxwell Revere
The Aquanauts1960-1961TV SeriesHank / Dr. Connolly
The Plunderers1960Doc Fuller
The Real McCoys1960TV SeriesMr. Dankers
Mr. Lucky1960TV SeriesDan Parker
Laramie1959TV SeriesGeneral Howard / Print Shop Man
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis1959TV SeriesDr. Cligger
Adventures in Paradise1959TV SeriesDr. Wilkerson
Bat Masterson1958-1959TV SeriesJudge Thatcher / Isaac Parker
Tombstone Territory1959TV SeriesR.C. Tuttle
Markham1959TV SeriesAndre Valcour
The Bat1959John Fleming
North by Northwest1959Stockbroker (uncredited)
Goodyear Theatre1959TV SeriesDr. Weiss
The Rough Riders1959TV SeriesJudge Allison
77 Sunset Strip1959TV SeriesSid De Forest
Flight1959TV Series
In Love and War1958Amory Newcombe
Playhouse 901957-1958TV SeriesDr. Adams
The Lineup1958TV Series
How to Marry a Millionaire1958TV Series
General Electric Theater1956-1958TV SeriesDr. Williams
The Young Lions1958Brig. Gen. Sam Rockland (uncredited)
The Restless Gun1958TV SeriesStrad Bricker
Alfred Hitchcock Presents1956-1958TV SeriesEuropean Bureau Manager / Lt. James Larkin
Colt .451958TV SeriesMajor David Trevelen
Tales of Wells Fargo1958TV SeriesSenator George Skagway
The World Was His Jury1958Judge Arthur Farrell
Oregon Passage1957Capt. Boyson
Official Detective1957TV SeriesHouston
The Sheriff of Cochise1957TV SeriesRobert Clay
The Millionaire1955-1957TV SeriesDoctor / Judge / Owen Trumble
Crusader1956TV Series
Science Fiction Theatre1955TV SeriesHenry Stark
The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing1955Dr. Hollingshead DDS
Cell 2455, Death Row1955Prison Warden
Fireside Theatre1955TV SeriesDistrict Attorney Johnson
City Detective1955TV SeriesKruger
Cavalcade of America1954TV SeriesMr. Comstock
The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse1954TV Series
Moby Dick1954TV MovieStubb
The Loretta Young Show1954TV SeriesAlex Thornton
Schlitz Playhouse1954TV Series
Three Young Texans1954Jim Colt
Four Star Playhouse1953TV SeriesMartell
Stage Door1948TV MovieDavid Kingsley
Sham1945TV Short
The Ring of General Macias1944TV Movie
The Story of Dr. Wassell1944Captain in Charge of Evacuation (uncredited)
Lady in the Dark1944Liza's Father
George Washington Slept Here1942Jeff Douglas
Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die1942Morgan Earp
The Courtship of Andy Hardy1942Roderick O. Nesbit
The Lady Is Willing1942Dr. Golding
Joe Smith, American1942Freddie Dunhill
Our Wife1941Dr. Cassell
Sergeant York1941Captain Danforth
Texas Rangers Ride Again1940Ranger Blair
When the Daltons Rode1940Rigby
Stagecoach War1940Neal Holt
Parole Fixer1940Bartley Hanford
The Fighting 69th1940Major Anderson
Abe Lincoln in Illinois1940Ninian Edwards
Beau Geste1939Lieutenant Martin
The House of Fear1939Richard 'Dick' Pierce (as Harvey Stevens)
Grand Jury Secrets1939Michael Keefe
You Can't Get Away with Murder1939Fred Burke
The Oklahoma Kid1939Ned Kincaid

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Recognition of the Japanese Zero Fighter1943Documentary shortThe Major (uncredited)

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The First Motion Picture Unit: When Hollywood Went to War2014Documentary
Studio 571958TV Series
Stage Coach War1954ShortNeil
The First Motion Picture Unit1943Documentary shortMajor - in 'Recognition of the Japanese Zero Fighter' (uncredited)

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