Arnold Moss

Acteur né le 28 janvier 1910 (décédé à 79 ans)


Arnold Moss was an American character actor. His son was songwriter Jeff Moss.
Moss made two memorable appearances in Bob Hope films, as Hope's Casablanca contact in the espionage spoof My Favorite Spy and as a conniving Venetian doge in Casanova's Big Night. He played Prospero in Margaret Webster's 1945 production of Shakespeare's The Tempest for a combined total of 124 performances, the longest run of the play in Broadway history.
He was also the first voice of the character of Ted White on the radio serial, The Guiding Light, from April 1948 to May 1949. Moss appeared on Star Trek as mysterious actor Anton Karidian, alter-ego of the tyrannical Gov. Kodos of Tarsus IV, in the episode "The Conscience of the King".
He appeared in the original Broadway production of the Hal Prince/Stephen Sondheim musical Follies, playing impresario Dimitri Weismann. He also played in The Rifleman as the school teacher, Mr. Griswald, and as Chief Lonespear in {Bonanza} episode "In Defense of Honor" in 1968.


The Caper of the Golden Bulls

de Russell Rouse

Film The Caper of the Golden Bulls

Un hold-up extraordinaire

de Ronald Neame

Film Un hold-up extraordinaire

The Fool Killer

de Servando González

Film The Fool Killer

Le 27eme jour

de William Asher

Film Le 27eme jour

Jump Into Hell

de David Butler

Film Jump Into Hell

Hell's Island

de Phil Karlson

Film Hell's Island

La Révolte des Cipayes

de László Benedek

Film La Révolte des Cipayes

Casanova's Big Night

de Norman Z. McLeod

Film Casanova's Big Night

King Lear

de Andrew McCullough

Film King Lear


de William Dieterle

Film Salomé

Viva Zapata !

de Elia Kazan

Film Viva Zapata !

My Favorite Spy

de Norman Z. McLeod

Film My Favorite Spy


de Victor Saville

Film Kim

Incident de frontière

de Anthony Mann

Film Incident de frontière

Le livre noir

de Anthony Mann

Film Le livre noir

Les Amours de Carmen

de Charles Vidor

Film Les Amours de Carmen


de Irving Pichel

Film Temptation