Charles Sullivan

Charles Sullivan worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Sullivan's film career can be credited to debut roles in "His People" (1925), "The Patent Leather Kid" (1927), and "For the Defense" (1930). Sullivan made film his next project, appearing in the adaptation "Hit the Deck" (1930) with Jack Oakie, "The Public Enemy" (1931) with James Cagney and "The Beast of the City" (1932). He also appeared in the Gene Autry western "The Old Corral" (1937), "Boston Blackie Goes Hollywood" (1942) and the Cary Grant comedy "Dream Wife" (1953). Toward the end of his career, Sullivan acted in the dramatic adaptation "The Last Hurrah" (1958) with Spencer Tracy.