Birth Name: William Dennis Gargan

Filmographie de William GARGAN :

Strange Impersonation

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Birth Name: William Dennis Gargan

Rain - 1932

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Miss Anne Rooney

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William Gargan's older brother, Edward Gargan, was also an actor.

Cheers For Miss Bishop

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Behind Green Lights

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5) William Gargan as Bob Dolan in, “I Deal in Crime”

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Gargan seemed to truly hit his stride in . Many early TV programs were taken from successful radio shows, but this isn't necessarily the case with Martin Kane; Gargan premiered the show on radio in 1949, then took the character to TV three weeks later, and continued until 1951, when the role in both media was given to Lloyd Nolan. But it was that put William Gargan on the map.

William Gargan & Claudette Colbert

  • 1962: Eddie Cantor
  • 1963: Stan Laurel
  • 1965: Bob Hope
  • 1966: Barbara Stanwyck
  • 1967: William Gargan
  • 1968: James Stewart
  • 1969: Edward G. Robinson
  • 1970: Gregory Peck
  • 1971: Charlton Heston
  • 1972: Frank Sinatra
  • 1973: Martha Raye
  • 1974: Walter Pidgeon
  • 1975: Rosalind Russell
  • 1976: Pearl Bailey
  • 1977: James Cagney
  • 1978: Edgar Bergen
  • 1979: Katharine Hepburn
  • 1980: Leon Ames
  • 1982: Danny Kaye
  • 1983: Ralph Bellamy
  • 1984: Iggie Wolfington
  • 1985: Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward
  • 1986: Nanette Fabray
  • 1987: Red Skelton
  • 1988: Gene Kelly
  • 1989: Jack Lemmon
  • 1990: Brock Peters
  • 1991: Burt Lancaster
  • 1992: Audrey Hepburn
  • 1993: Ricardo Montalbán
  • 1994: George Burns
  • 1995: Robert Redford
  • 1996: Angela Lansbury
  • 1997: Elizabeth Taylor
  • 1998: Kirk Douglas
  • 1999: Sidney Poitier
  • 2000: Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee
  • 2001: Ed Asner
  • 2002: Clint Eastwood
  • 2003: Karl Malden
  • 2004: James Garner
  • 2005: Shirley Temple
  • 2006: Julie Andrews
  • 2007: Charles Durning
  • 2008: James Earl Jones
  • 2009: Betty White
  • 2010: Ernest Borgnine
  • 2011: Mary Tyler Moore
  • 2012: Dick Van Dyke
  • 2013: Rita Moreno
  • 2014: Debbie Reynolds
  • 2015: Carol Burnett

June Brewster and William Gargan

Their friendship started during the long run of a very successful play, The Animal Kingdom. William Gargan played a very amusing role, “Red” Regan, the ex-boxer butler with a strong inclination to alcohol. William Gargan talked of his first meeting with Leslie in an interview with Carl Bosworth, published on the July 1934 issue of Photoplay. Young William Gargan had borrowed three dollars from Leslie, who already was a Broadway star. In fact, Gargan had asked five, but Leslie generally went around with empty pockets, and three dollars were all he had been able to gather. Some years laters they had met again. Gargan wanted to give Leslie the three dollars back, and asked Leslie for the Red Regan role in the play Leslie was producing. Luckily, Leslie Howard’s reluctance was overwhelmed by Gargan’s enthusiasm. Howard and Gargan became closest friends, and their wives too. Gargan gave Leslie’s name to one of his children.

Early in his career, William Gargan sold bootleg whiskey to speakeasies in New York. He worked with Dave Chasen, another young actor, who would go on to open the famous Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood.