Robert Ames

Robert Ames
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Robert Downing Ames (March 23, 1889 – November 27, 1931) was an American stage and film actor whose career was cut short by his death at age 42. After a brief stint in vaudeville, Ames moved to Hollywood in the mid 1920s to concentrate on film work, though on occasion he would return to perform on the New York stage. He co-starred in several early talkies, including The Trespasser (1929) with Gloria Swanson, A Lady to Love (1930) with Vilma Bánky and Edward G. Robinson, and the 1930 version of Holiday, opposite Ann Harding in the role later taken by Cary Grant in the better-remembered 1938 remake.
Name Robert Ames
Also Known As
Birthday 1889-03-23
Deathday 1931-11-27
Gender Male
IMDB Robert Ames profile on IMDB
Place of Birth Hartford, Connecticut, USA
As: Jack Merrick
1929-11-11
The Trespasser...
As: Johnny Case
1930-07-03
Holiday...
As: Tommy Rock
1931-02-08
Millie...
As: James Duneen
1931-03-15
Behind Office Doors...
As: Buck
1930-02-28
A Lady to Love...
As: Donald 'Don' / 'Donn
1931-09-12
Smart Woman...
As: Philip Wilson
1931-07-03
Three Who Loved...
As: Bobby Doyle
1929-04-13
The Voice of the Cit...
As: Gail Redman
1932-02-05
Tomorrow and Tomorro...
As: Robin Neill
1930-11-22
War Nurse...
As: Bill Truesdale
1931-09-17
Rebound...
As: David Harvey
1930-04-20
Double Cross Roads...
As: John Knight
1926-03-27
The Crown of Lies...
As: Robert Ames (uncredi
1931-04-04
The Stolen Jools...
As: Darcy
1929-04-05
Black Waters...
As: Joe Warren
1931-11-14
Rich Man's Folly...
As: Unknown
1925-10-04
Without Mercy...