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Willy Castello (1910–1953)

Willy Castello was born on April 24, 1910 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands. He was an actor, known for Mad Youth (1939), Heroes of the Alamo (1937) and Phantom of Chinatown (1940). He died on February 7, 1953 in Munich, West Germany. See full bio »


(age 42) in Munich, West Germany

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Known For

Mad Youth Count DeHoven
Confessions of a Vice Baron Lucky Lombardi - aka Count de Hoven / Van Hersten / Kilonis


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 1953 Man on a Tightrope
Captain (uncredited)
 1943 Confessions of a Vice Baron
Lucky Lombardi - aka Count de Hoven / Van Hersten / Kilonis
 1943 Du Barry Was a Lady
Flunky (uncredited)
 1943 The Boy from Stalingrad
German Sergeant (uncredited)
 1943 Hangmen Also Die!
SS Guard (uncredited)
 1943 You Can't Beat the Law
Rico (as William Castello)
 1942 Bowery at Midnight
Jeweler (uncredited)
 1942 Enemy Agents Meet Ellery Queen
Van Dorn Chauffeur (uncredited)
 1942 The Panther's Claw
John Martin George (as William Castello)
 1942 The Dawn Express
Otto - Tavern Spy
 1942 We Were Dancing
Count Felucci (uncredited)
 1941 Road to Happiness
Party Guest (uncredited)
 1941 I Killed That Man
Thomas Gordon (uncredited)
 1941 You're Out of Luck
Johnny Burke (as William Castello)
 1940 Phantom of Chinatown
Jonas (as William Castello)
 1940 Drums of the Desert
Addullah (as William Castello)
 1940 Argentine Nights
Gaucho (uncredited)
 1940 Foreign Correspondent
Krug's Henchman at Windmill (uncredited)
 1940 Mystery Sea Raider
Radio Operator (uncredited)
 1940 Chasing Trouble
Kurt (as Willie Castello)
 1940 Hidden Enemy
Eric Bowman
 1939 Balalaika
Capt. Testoff
 1939 Death Rides the Range
Dr. Flotow (as William Castello)
 1939 Mad Youth
Count DeHoven
 1938 Race Suicide
Rudolf von Hertsen
 1938 Wanted by the Police
 1938 The Wages of Sin
Tony Kilonis
 1938 The Secret of Treasure Island
Pirate (uncredited)
 1938 Mad About Music (uncredited)
 1938 Port of Missing Girls
 1937 Smashing the Vice Trust
James 'Lucky' Lombardi (as Willy Costello)
 1937 Young Dynamite
Flash Slavin (as William Castello)
 1937 Heroes of the Alamo
Gen. Cos
 1936 Special Agent K-7
Eddie Geller
 1935 The Great Impersonation
Duval (uncredited)
 1935 3 Kids and a Queen
Gangster (uncredited)
 1935 Melody Trail
Gypsy Frantz
 1935 The Affair of Susan
Man Asking Directions (uncredited)
 1934 The Tars
Dolle Dries - haar zoon (as Willij Castello)
 1932 Abduct Me
 1932 Sailor's Song
 1929 Border Romance
Lieutenant of Rurales (as William Costello)
 1927 The Girl from Everywhere
Arab Sheik (uncredited)
 1927 The King of Kings
Babylonian Noble

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Alternate Names:

William Castello | Willie Castello | Willij Castello | William Costello | Willy Costello

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