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Art Passarella (1909–1981)

Art Passarella was born on December 23, 1909 in Rochester, New York, USA as Arthur Matthew Passarella. He was an actor, known for The Streets of San Francisco (1972), Sea Hunt (1958) and The Untouchables (1959). He was married to Elvina Laurich. He died on October 12, 1981 in Hemet, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Streets of San Francisco
The Streets of San Francisco Officer Sekulavich / Officer Sekulovich
Sea Hunt
Sea Hunt Prison Guard #2
The Untouchables
The Untouchables Moses Henchman / Nitti Henchman
Ironside 1st Umpire


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 1975-1977 The Streets of San Francisco (TV Series)
Officer Sekulavich / Officer Sekulovich
 1971 Nichols (TV Series)
 1970 Which Way to the Front?
Von Kluge (uncredited)
 1969 Ironside (TV Series)
1st Umpire
 1966 Summer Fun (TV Series)
 1963 Critic's Choice
Umpire (uncredited)
 1962 Alcoa Premiere (TV Series)
Series Umpire
 1962 That Touch of Mink
Umpire (uncredited)
 1961 Ben Casey (TV Series)
 1961 The Untouchables (TV Series)
Nitti Henchman / Moses Henchman
 1961 Guestward Ho! (TV Series)
 1959 Sea Hunt (TV Series)
Prison Guard #2
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 1967 First Annual All-Star Celebrity Softball Game (TV Special)
Himself - Umpire
 1960 Home Run Derby (TV Series)
Himself - Umpire
 1952 1952 World Series (TV Mini-Series)
Himself - Third Base Umpire / Himself - Home Plate Umpire / Himself - First Base Umpire / ...
 1949 1949 World Series (TV Series)
Himself - Second Base Umpire / Himself - Third Base Umpire / Himself - Home Plate Umpire / ...
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 1958 Damn Yankees
Himself, Umpire (uncredited)

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An American League umpire from 1941-1942 and 1945-1953, he worked in 3 World Series (1945, '49 and '52) and 2 All-Star Games (1947 and '51).

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