Joel McCrea

Joel Albert McCrea (November 5, 1905 – October 20, 1990) was an American actor whose career spanned 50 years and appearances in over 90 films. In the 1930s, McCrea starred in Bird of Paradise (1932), directed by King Vidor, causing controversy for his nude scenes with Dolores del Río. In RKO's The Sport Parade (1932), McCrea and William Gargan are friends on the Dartmouth football team, who are shown snapping towels at each other in the locker room, while other players are taking a shower. In 1932 he starred with Fay Wray in The Most Dangerous Game - which used some of the same jungle sets built for King Kong as well as cast members Wray and Robert Armstrong. Read more on Wikipedia.

Born Name:Joel Albert McCrea
Born:Nov 05, 1905 in South Pasadena, CA, United States
Died:Oct 20, 1990
GenreDrama, Romance
GenreComedy, Romance
GenreAction, Romance, Thriller, War
GenreAdventure, Horror, Mystery, Thriller
GenreDocumentary, Short Film
GenreDrama, Romance, War