Bearing a strong resemblance to Humphrey Bogart certainly helped in typecasting the handsome Gerald Mohr into "B" film noir. Born in New York City in 1914, he was the son of Sigmond Mohr and Henrietta Noustadt, a Viennese singer. In 1920 his father was killed in a tragic accident while at work when Mohr was five years old...See full bio »
(1948-50) Radio: Portrayed Raymond Chandler's hardboiled P.I. titular character of CBS Radio's "The Adventures of Philip Marlowe". Between 1948 and 1950 he starred in 119 radio plays in the character of Marlowe.
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