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American character actor

Frank Albertson is ...

Dead
Born 2 Feb 1909 in Fergus Falls
Died 29 Feb 1964 in Santa Monica
Age55 years
Causemyocardial infarction
Correction?
Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson
Left to right: Frank Albertson, Sally O'Neil, and Alan Dinehart in the film The Brat (1931) - publicity still (cropped).

About Frank Albertson

Frank Albertson (February 2, 1909 – February 29, 1964) was an American character actor who made his debut in a minor part in Hollywood at age thirteen. He had supporting roles in classics such as It's a Wonderful Life (1946) and Psycho (1960). His last appearance was on The Andy Griffith Show, in which he played a Marine commander completing an inspection. The episode aired on May 19, 1964, three months after Albertson died.

Death

Albertson died in his sleep at his home in Santa Monica, California, on February 29, 1964, aged 55. His cause of death was of an apparent heart attack. He was survived by his second wife, Grace Gillern Albertson, and his five children from his two marriages. He was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, California.

Films

Frank Albertson has worked on the following films:

Wake Island
film about the Battle of Wake Island
1942
The Enemy Below
1957 film by Dick Powell
1957
Just Imagine
1930 film by David Butler
1930
The Last Hurrah
1958 film by John Ford
1958
Alice Adams
1935 film by George Stevens
1935
Room Service
1938 film by William A. Seiter
1938
Fury
1936 film by Fritz Lang
1936
The Plainsman
1936 film by Cecil B. DeMille
1936
Nightfall
1957 film by Jacques Tourneur
1957
Bachelor Mother
1939 film by Garson Kanin
1939
Air Mail
1932 film by John Ford
1932
Way Back Home
1931 American drama film
1931
The Lost Special
1932 film by Henry MacRae
1932
Johnny Cool
1963 film by William Asher
1963
A Connecticut Yankee
1931 film by David Butler
1931
Navy Blue and Gold
1937 film by Sam Wood
1937
Happy Days
1929 film by Benjamin Stoloff
1929
Ever in My Heart
1933 film by Archie Mayo
1933
The Shining Hour
1938 film by Frank Borzage
1938
And the Angels Sing
1944 film by George Marshall
1944
Ah, Wilderness!
1935 film by Clarence Brown
1935
Born Reckless
1930 film by John Ford, Andrew Bennison
1930
When the Daltons Rode
1940
Spring Is Here
1930 film by John Francis Dillon
1930
Words and Music
1929 film by James Tinling
1929
Son of the Gods
1930 film by Frank Lloyd
1930
Junior G-Men of the Air
1942 film by Ray Taylor, Lewis D. Collins
1942
The Life of Vergie Winters
1934 film by Alfred Santell
1934
Men Without Women
1930 film by John Ford
1930
The Billion Dollar Scandal
1933 film by Harry Joe Brown
1933
Salute
1929 film
1929
The Brat
1931 film by John Ford
1931
So This Is London
1930 film by John G. Blystone
1930
Mystery Broadcast
1943 film by George Sherman
1943
Wild Company
1930 film by Leo McCarey
1930
Fugitives for a Night
1938 film by Leslie Goodwins
1938
Girl On The Run
Girl On The Run
1953
Spring Madness
1938 film by S. Sylvan Simon
1938
Ginger
Oliver Drake film
1947