Richard Carlson

Apr 29, 1912
Albert Lea, Minnesota, USA


Richard Carlson received his M.A. at the University of Minnesota and taught there briefly before working in the theater as an actor, director, and writer. He appeared on Broadway, then was brought to Hollywood in 1938 by David O. Selznick, who hired him as a writer assigned to work on the film The Young at Heart; Janet Gaynor, the film's star, urged… More


Richard Carlson Videos

Creature From The Black Lagoon
1 minutes 50 seconds
Young Ideas
2 minutes 30 seconds
These Glamour Girls
3 minutes 58 seconds
Fly By Night
2 minutes 39 seconds
Change Of Habit
3 minutes 35 seconds

Born Today