This is a beta version of NNDB
Search: for

Robert Ryan

Robert RyanBorn: 11-Nov-1909
Birthplace: Chicago, IL
Died: 11-Jul-1973
Location of death: New York City
Cause of death: Cancer - Lung
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered)

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Billy Budd

Military service: USMC (WWII; Jan-1944 to Nov-1945)

Wife: Jessica Cadwalader (m. 11-Mar-1939, d. 1972, two sons, one daughter)
Son: Cheyney
Son: Timothy
Daughter: Lisa (youngest)
Father: Timothy Ryan
Mother: Mabel Bushnell

    University: AB, Dartmouth College (1932)

    RKO Radio Pictures
    Paramount Pictures
    American Civil Liberties Union
    American Friends Service Committee
    United World Federalists

    The Iceman Cometh (10-Nov-1973)
    Executive Action (7-Nov-1973)
    The Outfit (Oct-1973) · Mailer
    The Man Without a Country (24-Apr-1973)
    Lolly-Madonna XXX (21-Feb-1973)
    ...and Hope to Die (15-Sep-1972)
    The Love Machine (14-Aug-1971)
    Lawman (11-Mar-1971) · Cotton Ryan
    Captain Nemo and the Underwater City (19-Dec-1969)
    The Wild Bunch (18-Jun-1969) · Thornton
    Anzio (24-Jul-1968) · Gen. Carson
    A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die (1-May-1968)
    Custer of the West (22-Dec-1967)
    Hour of the Gun (1-Nov-1967) · Ike Clanton
    The Dirty Dozen (15-Jun-1967) · Col. Everett Dasher Breed
    The Busy Body (12-Mar-1967)
    The Professionals (2-Nov-1966) · Ehrengard
    Battle of the Bulge (16-Dec-1965) · Gen. Grey
    The Dirty Game (23-Jun-1965)
    The Crooked Road (3-Feb-1965) · Richard Ashley
    Billy Budd (12-Nov-1962) · John Claggart
    The Longest Day (Sep-1962) · Brig. Gen. James M. Gavin
    King of Kings (11-Oct-1961) · John the Baptist
    The Canadians (11-Mar-1961)
    Ice Palace (2-Jan-1960)
    Odds Against Tomorrow (15-Oct-1959) · Slater
    Day of the Outlaw (Jul-1959)
    God's Little Acre (13-Aug-1958) · Ty Ty Walden
    Lonelyhearts (1958)
    Men in War (19-Mar-1957) · Lt. Benson
    Back from Eternity (7-Sep-1956) · Bill Lonagan
    The Proud Ones (May-1956)
    The Tall Men (5-Oct-1955) · Nathan Stark
    House of Bamboo (1-Jul-1955) · Sandy Dawson
    Escape to Burma (9-Apr-1955)
    Bad Day at Black Rock (7-Jan-1955) · Reno Smith
    Her Twelve Men (11-Aug-1954) · Joe Hargrave
    About Mrs. Leslie (27-Jun-1954) · George Leslie
    Alaska Seas (27-Jan-1954)
    Inferno (12-Aug-1953)
    The Naked Spur (3-Aug-1953) · Ben Vandergroat
    City Beneath the Sea (11-Mar-1953)
    Horizons West (11-Oct-1952)
    Beware, My Lovely (7-Aug-1952) · Howard
    Clash by Night (18-Jun-1952) · Earl Pfeiffer
    On Dangerous Ground (12-Feb-1952) · Jim Wilson
    The Racket (12-Dec-1951) · Nick Scanlon
    Flying Leathernecks (28-Aug-1951) · Capt. Carl Griffin
    Best of the Badmen (9-Aug-1951) · Jeff Clanton
    Born to be Bad (27-Aug-1950) · Nick
    The Secret Fury (21-Feb-1950) · David McLean
    I Married a Communist (8-Oct-1949) · Brad Collins
    The Set-Up (29-Mar-1949) · Stoker
    Caught (17-Feb-1949) · Smith Ohlrig
    Act of Violence (21-Dec-1948) · Joe Parkson
    The Boy with Green Hair (16-Nov-1948) · Dr. Evans
    Return of the Bad Men (17-Jul-1948) · Sundance Kid
    Berlin Express (1-May-1948) · Robert Lindley
    Crossfire (22-Jul-1947) · Montgomery
    The Woman on the Beach (2-Jun-1947) · Scott
    Trail Street (19-Feb-1947) · Allen
    Marine Raiders (30-Jun-1944) · Capt. Dan Craig
    Tender Comrade (29-Dec-1943) · Chris Jones
    Gangway for Tomorrow (3-Nov-1943) · Joe Dunham
    The Iron Major (25-Oct-1943) · Fr. Tim Donovan
    Behind The Rising Sun (1-Aug-1943) · Lefty
    The Sky's the Limit (13-Jul-1943) · Reginald Fenton
    Bombardier (13-May-1943) · Joe Connors
    North West Mounted Police (21-Oct-1940)
    Golden Gloves (2-Aug-1940)

Create a map starting with Robert Ryan
Requires Flash 7+ and Javascript.

Do you know something we don't?
Submit a correction or make a comment about this profile

Copyright ©2019 Soylent Communications