Millard Mitchell

About Millard Mitchell

Who is it?: Actor, Soundtrack
Birth Day: August 14, 1903
Birth Place:  Havana, Cuba, Cuba
Died On: October 13, 1953(1953-10-13) (aged 50)\nSanta Monica, California, U.S.
Birth Sign: Virgo
Cause of death: Lung cancer
Resting place: Holy Cross Cemetery Culver City, California
Occupation: Actor
Years active: 1931-1953
Spouse(s): Peggy Gould (m.?-1953; his death)
Children: Mary Ellis Mitchell Margaret Mitchell

Millard Mitchell Net Worth

Millard Mitchell was born on August 14, 1903 in  Havana, Cuba, Cuba, is Actor, Soundtrack. Millard Mitchell was born to American parents in Havana, Cuba. He was a popular stage and radio actor in the 1930's in New York, where he also filmed his first cinema appearances (industrial short features). His first Hollywood role was in Mr. and Mrs. North (1942). After World War II, Mitchell acted in a several movies, often cast as sardonic, yet stolid characters. He was in the highest-grossing movie of 1953, Anthony Mann Western, The Naked Spur (1953), adding his unique style playing an old prospector who falls in with James Stewart. He received top billing in 1952's My Six Convicts (1952), but fans of movie musicals most admired his screen role as movie mogul 'R. F. Simpson' in the classic film Singin' in the Rain (1952). A heavy smoker, Millard died too young - lung cancer ended his life at the age of 50.
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💰Millard Mitchell Net worth: $15 Million

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Born in Havana, Cuba, he appeared as a bit player in eight films between 1931 and 1936. Mitchell returned to film work in 1942 after a six-year absence. Between 1942 and 1953, he was a successful supporting actor.


Mitchell also appeared frequently on Broadway, often playing a fast-talking Broadway character. He played the starring role in The Great Campaign (1947).


For his performance in the film, My Six Convicts (1952), Mitchell won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture. He is also known for his role as Col. Rufus Plummer in Billy Wilder's A Foreign Affair (1948), as Gregory Peck's commanding officer in the war drama Twelve O'Clock High (1949), and as the fictional movie mogul R. F. Simpson in the musical comedy Singin' in the Rain (1952).