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Paul Lukas
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Boris Karloff
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Raoul Walsh
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Victor McLaglen
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Guy Kibbee
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John Barrymore
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Alfred Hitchcock
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Gregory Gaye

Knowledge Identifier: +Gregory_Gaye

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Gregory Gaye

Russian-American actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1900.

Countries: United States (66%), United Kingdom (10%), Japan (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Paul Lukas, Boris Karloff, Raoul Walsh

Linked to: Reichsbank, Warner Bros., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

 

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Gregory Gaye was born in 1900 add something


1917

He was a cadet in the Russian navy and began his stage career in Europe and in the Orient before going to the United States after the Russian Revolution in 1917 add something


1928

His first was a bit part in the 1928 John Barrymore silent movie "Tempest" add something


1929

His first credited role was as Prince Ordinsky in the Will Rogers comedy "They Had to See Paris" in 1929 add something

 

Later in 1929, Gaye received a bit part in the John Ford film "The Black Watch" starring Victor McLaglen add something


1932

In 1932, Gaye played Rudolph Kammerling in the comedy "Once in a Lifetime" about a Hollywood studio during the transition from silents to talkies add something


1936

Also in 1936, he received another good role as Enrico Borelli in the mystery "Charlie Chan at the Opera" starring Boris Karloff add something


1937

In 1937, Gaye portrayed a pianist named Dmitri 'Didi' Shekoladnikoff in the comedy "Mama Steps Out" starring Guy Kibbee add something


1939

Gaye, in a role he was getting used too, played Count Georges De Remi in "Paris Honeymoon" starring Bing Crosby in 1939 add something


1940

After "Casablanca", Gaye received many small, and mostly uncredited, roles throughout the 1940s and 1950s add something


1941

In 1941, Gaye played Von Mueller in "They Dare Not Love" starring George Brent and Paul Lukas add something


1942

In 1942, Gaye played a Nazi spy and saboteur named Feldon in Columbia's spy serial Secret Code add something

 

Later in 1942, at age 41, he landed a small role in "Casablanca" as an official of Hitler's Reichsbank add something


1944

In 1944, he received a bit part as a Russian correspondent Peter Voroshevski, who again is stopped at the door and not allowed in, in "The Purple Heart" starring Dana Andrews and Richard Conte based on the captured pilots from the Doolittle Raid over Tokyo add something

 

Later in 1944, Gaye appeared in the spy thriller "The Conspirators" add something


1946

In 1946, Gaye received a role in a small mystery "Passkey to Danger" add something


1950

Gaye continued to receive parts into the 1950s add something


1952

In 1952, Gaye appeared as Paul Shushaldin in Raoul Walsh's historical adventure "The World in His Arms" starring Gregory Peck and Ann Blyth add something


1954

Between 1954 and 1970, Gaye appeared as a guest in a number of television shows, including five guest appearances on "The F.B.I." add something


1955

In 1955, Gaye portrayed an ex-Nazi mad scientist who teams up with a mobster to bring dead gangsters to life by using radioactivity so the mobster can enact revenge in Columbia's "B" sci-fi horror movie "Creature with the Atom Brain" add something


1957

Gaye appeared in "Kelly and Me" starring Van Johnson in 1957 and the following year as Vladimir Klinkoff in "Auntie Mame" starring Rosalind Russell add something


1960

In 1960, he played a casino owner named Freeman in "Ocean's Eleven" starring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. The following year, he played Joan Blackman's father, Elvis Presley's co-star in "Blue Hawaii" add something


1962

In 1962, portrayed a salesman in Vincente Minnelli's drama "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" starring Glenn Ford, Paul Lukas and Charles Boyer add something


1966

This time he had a small role portraying the Soviet U.N. ambassador in "Batman" in 1966 add something


1969

Three years after that in 1969, he received his next part, a small uncredited role in the Alfred Hitchcock thriller "Topaz" add something


1970

Gaye didn't appear in any more movies until the late 1970s add something


1979

He appeared in a couple of television movies before, at age 79, he did his last movie which was the science fiction movie "Meteor" where he had a small role as the Soviet Premier in 1979 add something


1993

Gaye died in 1993 in Studio City, California add something


Gregory Gaye died in 1993 add something