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Duncan Renaldo

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Also Known As: Renault Duncan Died: September 3, 1980
Born: April 23, 1904 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Romania Profession: Cast ... actor short-film producer painter


Duncan Renaldo was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Renaldo kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" (1929), "Trader Horn" (1931) with Harry Carey and "Public Stenographer" (1933). He also appeared in the drama "The Moth" (1934) with Sally O'Neil, the William Bakewell comedic drama "Lady Luck" (1936) and "Rebellion" (1936). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the thirties and the forties, appearing in "Spawn of the North" (1938), the western "The Lone Ranger Rides Again" (1939) with Robert Livinston and the historical drama "The Mad Empress" (1939) with Medea Novara. He also appeared in the Gene Autry western "Gaucho Serenade" (1940). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the Dennis Morgan adaptation "The Desert Song" (1943), "Secret Service in Darkest Africa" (1943) and "The Tiger Woman" (1944). He also appeared in "Hands Across the Border" (1944) and "The Fighting Seabees" (1944). Renaldo was most recently credited in "Pioneers of Television" (PBS, 2007-2015). Renaldo passed away in September 1980 at the age of 76.

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