Howard Smith

American Actor Howard Smith

Howard Irving Smith (August 12, 1893 in – January 10, 1968) was an American character actor with a 50-year career in vaudeville, theater, radio, films and television. In 1938 he performed in Orson Welles's short-lived stage production and once-lost film, Too Much Johnson, and in the celebrated radio production, "The War of the Worlds". He portrayed Charley in the original Broadway production of Death of a Salesman and recreated the role in the 1951 film version. On television Smith portrayed the gruff Harvey Griffin in the situation comedy, Hazel.

Birth Date
Age 74
Born
Attleboro, Massachusetts, U.S.
Occuption
  • Actor
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Filmography

Year Movie Country Role Credit Ratings
1948 State of the Union United States Sam I. Parrish Actor 0.00