Noah Beery Jr.
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA
Death Place: Tehachapi, California, USA
Beery made his film debut at age seven in the beloved Douglas Fairbanks swashbuckler, "The Mark of Zorro" (1920), in which his father also appeared. His busiest period of activity began during the Depression when he appeared in scores of Westerns, serials and other action fare, typically as the hero's sidekick. Some of Beery's more notable credits include Howard Hawks' "Only Angels Have Wings" and Lewis Milestone's "Of Mice and Men" (both 1939), Hawks' "Red River" (1948) and Billy Wilder's "The Spirit of St. Louis" (1957).
Beery also appeared in such noteworthy fare as "Sergeant York" (1941), the all-star "Follow the Boys!" (1944), "Inherit the Wind" (1960), George Pal's fantasy "7 Faces ... Continue Bio >>
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