Paul Porcasi

Paul Porcasi was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Early on in his acting career, Porcasi landed roles in various films, including the Glenn Tryon dramatic adaptation "Broadway" (1929), "Born Reckless" (1930) and "Derelict" (1930). He also appeared in "A Lady's Morals" (1930), the adaptation "Morocco" (1930) with Gary Cooper and "Under Eighteen" (1931). He kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in the Victor McLaglen remake "While Paris Sleeps" (1932), "I Loved a Woman" (1933) and "He Couldn't Take It" (1933). He also appeared in "The Devil's Mate" (1933). In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in "The Florentine Dagger" (1935), "Down to the Sea" (1936) and "Crash Donovan" (1936). He also appeared in the drama "The Lady Consents" (1936) with Ann Harding and "The Emperor's Candlesticks" (1937). Porcasi more recently acted in "Swing Hostess" (1944). Porcasi passed away in August 1946 at the age of 67.