Art Smith Bio - Biography

Name Art Smith
Naionality American
Date of Birth 23-March-1899
Place of Birth Chicago, U.S.
Famous for Acting
Art Smith was an American film stage and television actor, best known for playing supporting roles in the 1940s. Born in Chicago, he was a member of The Group Theater and performed in many of their productions, including Rocket to the Moon, Awake and Sing!, Golden Boy and Waiting for Lefty, all by Clifford Odets; House of Connelly by Paul Green; and Sidney Kingsley's Men in White.

Smith appeared in many black-and-white noirish films in supporting roles alongside more handsome and popular movie leads, such as John Garfield in Body and Soul (1947) and Humphrey Bogart in In a Lonely Place (1950). In 1957, he originated the role of Doc in the stage version of West Side Story.

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