John Ridgely

Biography

John Ridgely (born John Huntington Rea, September 6, 1909 – January 18, 1968) was an American film character actor with over 175 film credits.

He appeared in the 1946 Humphrey Bogart film The Big Sleep as blackmailing gangster Eddie Mars and had a memorable role as a suffering heart pat...

61 titles Acting

6.4

Off Limits

1952 · Lt. Cmdr. Parnell

6.7

The Greatest Show on Earth

1952 · Assistant Manager

6.0

Fort Osage

1952 · Henry Travers

7.2

Room for One More

1952 · Harry Foreman

6.2

Half Angel

1951 · Tim McCarey

7.8

A Place in the Sun

1951 · Coroner

7.6

Thunder in God's Country

1951 · Bill Stafford

5.5

When the Redskins Rode

1951 · Christopher Gist

5.9

The Last Outpost

1951 · Sam McQuade

5.7

The Lost Volcano

1950 · Fred Barton

6.5

Edge of Doom

1950 · Detective #1

5.7

Beauty on Parade

1950 · Jeffrey Woodstock

6.3

The Petty Girl

1950 · Patrolman

7.0

Saddle Tramp

1950 · Slim

6.9

Once More, My Darling

1949 · Burke

7.2

Trouble Makers

1949 · 'Silky' Thomas

7.1

Border Incident

1949 · Mr. Neley

6.8

Task Force

1949 · Dixie Rankin

6.5

Tucson

1949 · Ben

6.9

Sealed Verdict

1948 · Lance Nissen

6.6

Luxury Liner

1948 · Chief Officer Carver

6.7

That's My Man

1947 · Ramsey

7.0

High Wall

1947 · Assistant District Attorney David Wallace (as John Ridgeley)

7.2

Nora Prentiss

1947 · Walter Bailey, Heart Patient

7.2

Possessed

1947 · Chief investigator of drowning

6.6

Cry Wolf

1947 · Jackson Laidell

6.5

That Way With Women

1947 · Sam

6.9

The Man I Love

1946 · Roy Otis

8.0

The Big Sleep

1946 · Eddie Mars

6.5

Two Guys from Milwaukee

1946 · Mike Collins

7.0

My Reputation

1946 · Cary Abbott

6.7

Danger Signal

1945 · Thomas Turner

7.4

Pride of the Marines

1945 · Jim Merchant

6.5

God Is My Co-Pilot

1945 · David 'Tex' Hill

6.4

The Doughgirls

1944 · Julian Cadman

8.0

Arsenic and Old Lace

1944 · Officer Saunders

7.1

Air Force

1943 · Pilot

6.7

Northern Pursuit

1943 · Jim Austen

7.2

Destination Tokyo

1943 · Reserve Officer Raymond

7.6

The Man Who Came to Dinner

1942 · Radio Man

5.9

Wings for the Eagle

1942 · Alec Johnson

6.8

The Big Shot

1942 · Tim

5.7

Knockout

1941 · Pat Martin

6.2

Navy Blues

1941 · 'Jersey'

6.2

Strange Alibi

1941 · Tex Alexander (prisoner)

5.9

The Great Mr. Nobody

1941 · Eddie Williams

6.6

Highway West

1941 · Alex, Armored Car Guard

6.4

Dangerously They Live

1941 · John, Nazi Henchman

6.4

The Wagons Roll at Night

1941 · Arch

6.3

Million Dollar Baby

1941 · Ollie Ward

6.2

River's End

1940 · Jeffers

6.8

Torrid Zone

1940 · Gardner

7.1

Brother Orchid

1940 · Texas Pearson

5.8

Flight Angels

1940 · Lt. Parsons

7.0

They Made Me a Criminal

1939 · Charles 'Charlie' Magee (reporter)

6.5

King of the Underworld

1939 · Jerry

5.8

The Return of Doctor X

1939 · Rodgers

5.6

Secret Service of the Air

1939 · Joe LeRoy

6.2

Wings of the Navy

1939 · Dan Morrison

5.7

Indianapolis Speedway

1939 · Ted Horn

6.4

You Can't Get Away with Murder

1939 · Gas Station Proprietor

6.7

Blondes at Work

1938 · Regan

6.1

Boy Meets Girl

1938 · Simmons - Friday's Film Cutter

6.8

Torchy Gets Her Man

1938 · Henchman Bugs

6.0

Forbidden Valley

1938 · Duke Lafferty

6.3

Little Miss Thoroughbred

1938 · Jim (aka Slug)

5.8

Cowboy from Brooklyn

1938 · Beacon Reporter

7.1

White Banners

1938 · Charles Ellis

6.8

My Bill

1938 · Mr. Martin, Florist

5.8

Going Places

1938 · Desk Clerk

6.8

Hard to Get

1938 · Burke