Matt McHugh

Birthday:
01/22/1894
Place of birth:
Connellsville - Pennsylvania - USA:
Biography:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Matthew O. McHugh (January 22, 1894 – February 22, 1971) was an American film actor who appeared in more than 200 films between 1931 and 1955, primarily in small cameo parts. McHugh came from a theatrical family. His parents ran a stock theatre company and, as a young child, he performed on stage. His brother, Frank, who went on to become part of the Warner Bros. stock company in the 1930s and 1940s, and sister Kitty performed an act with him by the time he was fourteen years old, but the family quit the stage around 1930. His brother Ed became an agent in New York. Matt made his Broadway debut in Elmer Rice's Street Scene in 1929, along with his brother Ed, and also appeared in Swing Your Lady in 1936. Despite his actual origins, McHugh usually performed his roles with a Brooklyn accent, and was often cast as characters explicitly from Brooklyn. In Star Spangled Rhythm (1941), his one scene is a protracted monologue during the climactic "Old Glory" sequence, in which McHugh plays a character who literally embodies the spirit of Brooklyn.

Credits

Wham-Bam-Slam! (1955)
as Dr. Claude A. Quacker (archive footage)
Tales of Robin Hood (1951)
as Tuck's Guard-Friend
Home Town Story (1951)
as Waiter (uncredited)
Arson, Inc. (1949)
as Hubbell
Duke of Chicago (1949)
as Terry Shea
An Innocent Affair (1948)
as Ted Burke
Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! (1948)
as Frank the Barber (uncredited)
Pardon My Clutch (1948)
as Claude Finkle
The Trouble with Women (1947)
as Herman
My Favorite Brunette (1947)
as Third Man on Death Row (uncredited)
Vacation in Reno (1946)
as Bill Dumont
Nocturne (1946)
as Coffee Attendant
Deadline for Murder (1946)
as Johnny
The Blue Dahlia (1946)
as Bartender at Gus's (uncredited)
The Bells of St. Mary's (1945)
as Sporting Goods Salesman (uncredited)
How DOooo You Do (1945)
as Deputy McNiel
My Buddy (1944)
as Happy
The Mark of the Whistler (1944)
as Tom, Reporter (uncredited)
Secret Command (1944)
as Curly
Mr. Skeffington (1944)
as Drunk (uncredited)
And the Angels Sing (1944)
as Doorman - 33 Club (uncredited)
Whispering Footsteps (1943)
as Cy Walsh, Boarder
True to Life (1943)
as Taxicab Driver
The West Side Kid (1943)
as The Worrier
Hi Diddle Diddle (1943)
as Second Reporter
Quiet Please, Murder (1943)
as Taxi Driver
Girl Trouble (1942)
as Driver
It Happened in Flatbush (1942)
as O'Doul
Star Spangled Rhythm (1942)
as Man from Brooklyn (uncredited)
Too Many Women (1942)
as Spike O'Reilly
A Gentleman at Heart (1942)
as Joe
West Point Widow (1941)
as Drunk at Football Game
The Devil and Miss Jones (1941)
as Sam
The Lady from Cheyenne (1941)
as Reporter on Train
So You Won't Squawk (1941)
as Louie the Wolf's Henchman
His Ex Marks the Spot (1940)
as Radcliffe - the ex wife's boyfriend
You, the People (1940)
as Albert 'Bert' / 'Perky' Perkins
Rangers of Fortune (1940)
as Horatio Wells
The Boys from Syracuse (1940)
as Bartender
They Drive by Night (1940)
as Repairman (uncredited)
Sailor's Lady (1940)
as Cabby
La Conga Nights (1940)
as Headwaiter
Primrose Path (1940)
as Drunk Leaving Bluebell (uncredited)
I Take This Woman (1940)
as Mike Fescue - Man in Clinic
Oh, Johnny, How You Can Love! (1940)
as Charlie-the Cop
The Secret of Dr. Kildare (1939)
as Messenger's Chauffeur
20,000 Men a Year (1939)
as Baseball Fan
At the Circus (1939)
as Cabbie (uncredited)
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
as Reporter (uncredited)
The Escape (1939)
as Pete
$1,000 a Touchdown (1939)
as Brick Benson
The Under-Pup (1939)
as Soda Jerk
Miracles for Sale (1939)
as 'All Over Town' Bus Driver
Chicken Wagon Family (1939)
as Joe
The Greener Hills (1939)
as Taxi Driver
While New York Sleeps (1938)
as Cab Driver
Exposed (1938)
as Johnson
The Mad Miss Manton (1938)
as Frisco - False Waiter (uncredited)
That Certain Age (1938)
as Soda Jerk (uncredited)
Professor Beware (1938)
as Divorced Man on Highway
Tropic Holiday (1938)
as Joe
The Rage of Paris (1938)
as Department Head (Uncredited)
You and Me (1938)
as Newcomer (uncredited)
No Time To Marry (1938)
as Abernathy
Mannequin (1938)
as Mike (Uncredited)
Navy Blue and Gold (1937)
as Heckler
Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937)
as Burt (uncredited)
The Gentleman from Louisiana (1936)
as Steve Brodie
To Mary - with Love (1936)
as Taxi Driver
The Phantom Rider (1936)
as Agent Shorty
The Country Beyond (1936)
as Const. Weller
Anything Goes (1936)
as Detective
If You Could Only Cook (1935)
as Pete
Barbary Coast (1935)
as Broncho
Thunder in the Night (1935)
as Police Secretary
Diamond Jim (1935)
as Bartender
The Glass Key (1935)
as Puggy
Party Wire (1935)
as Bert West
Murder on a Honeymoon (1935)
as Madden
The Good Fairy (1935)
as Moving Man (uncredited)
She Loves Me Not (1934)
as Andy, the Photographer
Sing and Like it (1934)
as Junker - Hood
Bridal Bail (1934)
as Patrolman Gus Brown
Two Alone (1934)
as Counter Man (uncredited)
Dancing Lady (1933)
as Marcia's Agent (uncredited)
The Mad Game (1933)
as Butts McGhee
Sailor Beware! (1933)
as Dan
A Man of Sentiment (1933)
as Alex (Willie) Moran - Orderly
The Last Trail (1933)
as Looney McGann
The Man Who Dared (1933)
as Karel
The Girl in 419 (1933)
as Jim - a Prisoner
The Devil's Brother (1933)
as The Prospective Groom
Night of Terror (1933)
as Detective Bailey
Sailor's Luck (1933)
as Taxi Cab Driver
Hard to Handle (1933)
as Joe Goetz (uncredited)
Afraid to Talk (1932)
as Joe Skelli
Hawkins & Watkins Inc. (1932)
The Loud Mouth (1932)
The Wet Parade (1932)
as Shorty the Bellboy (uncredited)
Freaks (1932)
as Rollo Brother
Taxi! (1932)
as Joe Silva (uncredited)
The Woman from Monte Carlo (1932)
as Chief Petty Officer Vincent
Street Scene (1931)
as Vincent Jones
The Grand Dame (1931)
as (uncredited)

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