Fred Astaire

Biography

Fred Astaire was an American dancer, singer, actor and choreographer. He is widely regarded as the most influential dancer in the history of film. Born as Frederick Austerlitz in Omaha, Nebraska, on May 10, 1899, to Johanna (Geilus) and Fritz, a brewer, he entered show business at age 5. He was succ...

38 titles Acting

6.3

Ghost Story

1981 · Ricky Hawthorne

6.5

The Man in the Santa Claus Suit

1979 · Santa Claus

7.2

A Family Upside Down

1978 · Ted Long

6.7

The Purple Taxi Un taxi mauve

1977 ·

5.1

The Amazing Dobermans

1976 ·

6.9

The Towering Inferno

1974 · Harlee Claiborne

5.6

The Over The Hill Gang Rides Again

1970 · The Baltimore Kid

5.6

Midas Run

1969 · John Pedley

6.2

Finian's Rainbow

1968 · Finian McLonergan

6.8

The Notorious Landlady

1962 · Franklyn Ambruster

6.9

The Pleasure of His Company

1961 · Biddeford 'Pogo' Poole

7.2

On the Beach

1959 · Julian Osborn

7.1

Funny Face

1957 · Dick Avery

6.9

Silk Stockings

1957 · Steve Canfield

6.7

Daddy Long Legs

1955 · Jervis Pendleton III

7.6

The Band Wagon

1953 · Tony Hunter

6.2

The Belle of New York

1952 · Charlie Hill

6.7

Royal Wedding

1951 · Tom Bowen

7.0

Three Little Words

1950 · Bert Kalmar

6.3

Let's Dance

1950 · Donald Elwood

7.0

The Barkleys of Broadway

1949 · Josh Barkley

7.5

Easter Parade

1948 · Don Hewes

6.5

Blue Skies

1946 · Jed Potter

6.1

Yolanda and the Thief

1945 · Johnny Parkson Riggs

6.6

The Sky's the Limit

1943 · Fred Atwell (Fred Burton)

7.5

Holiday Inn

1942 · Ted Hanover

7.3

You Were Never Lovelier

1942 · Robert 'Bob' Davis

6.8

You'll Never Get Rich

1941 · Robert Curtis

5.9

Second Chorus

1940 · Danny O'Neill

7.4

Broadway Melody of 1940

1940 · Johnny Brett

7.0

The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle

1939 · Vernon Castle

7.1

Carefree

1938 · Tony Flagg

7.6

Shall We Dance

1937 · Pete Peters

6.9

A Damsel in Distress

1937 · Jerry Halliday

7.2

Follow the Fleet

1936 · Bake Baker

7.7

Swing Time

1936 · John "Lucky" Garnett

7.8

Top Hat

1935 · Jerry Travers

7.1

Roberta

1935 · Huckleberry Haines

7.6

The Gay Divorcee

1934 · Guy Holden

6.7

Flying Down to Rio

1933 · Fred Ayres