Jerry Verno was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Verno began his career with roles in "His Lordship" (1932) and the sci-fi motion picture "Non-Stop New York" (1937) with Anna Lee. Verno began to focus on film after appearing in "Young and Innocent" (1937), the documentary "Old Mother Riley In Paris" (1938) with Arthur Lucan and "Chinese Den" (1940). Verno was most recently credited in the Anton Walbrook drama "The Red Shoes" (1993). Verno passed away in June 1975 at the age of 80.