Ben Welden

Jun 12, 1901


As a youth, Ben Welden was trained to be a concert violinist. He chose instead a stage career, heading to London rather than New York to realize his goal. During the early '30s, the bald, barracuda-faced Welden was a valuable British movie commodity, playing American gangster types in such films as The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes (1937). He returned to… More


Ben Welden Videos

Stand By For Action
2 minutes 11 seconds
Sorrowful Jones
2 minutes 18 seconds
Impact: Set-Up
4 minutes 23 seconds
Sinbad The Sailor
3 minutes 40 seconds

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