Born in 1879, Clem Bevans spent most of his performing career on the stage. First appearing in 1900 in a vaudeville act with Grace Emmett as a boy and girl act, he would move on to burlesque and eventually make the move to Broadway and even opera productions. His first screen appearance did not come until 1935...See full bio »
Departing significantly from type, he portrayed to great effect, in Hitchcock's 'Saboteur' (1942), a fifth columnist somewhat ancient in years but thoroughly mean-spirited if not sinister withal.
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