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Actor Vernon Dent

Vernon Dent

  • Birth name:

    Vernon Bruce Dent

  • Date of Birth:

    San Jose, California, USA

  • Height:

    5' 9" (1.75 m)

Biography:

Familiar to many as the frustrated cop, businessman or landlord in countless two-reel comedies by The Three Stooges, Vernon Dent got his start in show business as a member of a singing troupe traveling in Southern California in the early 1920s. He was befriended by comedian Hank Mann, a member of the famed Keystone Kops. Mann thought that Dent was good comic material and gave him a supporting part in a series of two-reel comedies he was making. In the early 1920s Dent was good enough to be given his own... more

Vernon Dent Filmography

Aсtor (17)

Movie

Year

Movie The Cameraman The Cameraman

as Man in Tight Bathing Suit (uncredited)

2012
Movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

as Bartender (uncredited)

1947
Movie The Sea of Grass The Sea of Grass

as Train Conductor (uncredited)

1947
Movie Night Editor Night Editor

as Fat Man in Library

1946
Movie The Harvey Girls The Harvey Girls

as Engineer (uncredited)

1946
Movie Once Upon a Time Once Upon a Time

as Mayor's aide (uncredited)

1944
Movie An Ache in Every Stake An Ache in Every Stake

as Poindexter Lawrence (uncredited)

1941
Movie Meet John Doe Meet John Doe

as Man (uncredited)

1941
Movie You Cant Take It with You You Cant Take It with You

as Expressman

1939
Movie Only Angels Have Wings Only Angels Have Wings

as Ship's captain (uncredited)

1939
Movie Easy Living Easy Living

as First Partner (uncredited)

1937
Movie Back to the Woods Back to the Woods

as Governor (uncredited)

1937
Movie San Francisco San Francisco

as Fat Man

1936
Movie Manhattan Melodrama Manhattan Melodrama

as Otto (German dancer on steamship) (uncredited)

1934
Movie Million Dollar Legs Million Dollar Legs

as Secretary of Agriculture

1932
Movie I Love Lucy I Love Lucy

as Santa Claus

1951