John McIntire Biography
Birthday: June 27, 1907 (Cancer)
Born In: Spokane, Washington, United States
John Herrick McIntire was an American actor who garnered fame for portraying supporting characters in films and TV shows. A native of the state of Washington, McIntire was raised among ranchers in Montana. His experience there served as a source of inspiration for his acting in dozens of western films and TV shows. McIntire was a prominent radio and theatre personality even before he appeared in his first film. He made his film debut as an uncredited narrator in the 1940 drama film ‘The Ramparts We Watch’. His first credited appearance was in the 1948 film-noir ‘Call Northside 777’. He had his debut on the small screen almost 16 years after his first cinematic appearance, in an episode of ‘Front Row Center’. Over the course of his almost six-decade long career, he accumulated over 140 film and TV credits. McIntire was a two-time Bronze Wrangler Award winner and one-time CINE Golden Eagle accolade winner.