Eddie Parker (actor)

Eddie Parker (December 12, 1900 – January 20, 1960) was an American stuntman and actor who appeared in many classic films, mostly westerns and horror films. Some of his more famous films and serials include the 1943 "Batman" (as Lewis Wilson's stunt double), The Crimson Ghost, Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (as the Mummy), and Rear Window for Alfred Hitchcock as well as many classic Universal horror films. He appeared three times in the early television series, Tales of the Texas Rangers, and also performed stunts for that program.

Parker died of a heart attack in 1960.

Eddie Parker
Eddie Parker
Parker in The Lucky Texan
BornDecember 12, 1900
DiedJanuary 20, 1960 (aged 59)
Resting placeCalvary Cemetery
OccupationActor/stuntman
Years active1932–1960

Selected filmography

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Edward Parker

Edward or Eddie Parker may refer to:

Edward Parker, 12th Baron Morley (c. 1550–1618), English peer

Edward Parker (cricketer) (born 1939), Zimbabwean cricketer

Edward Griffin Parker (1825–1868), United States lawyer, editor and author

Edward Harper Parker (1849–1926), English Chinese scholar

Edward Hazen Parker (1823–1896), American physician and poet

Edward Lutwyche Parker (1785–1850), United States (Londonderry, N.H.) Presbyterian clergyman

Edward M. Parker (1855–1925), bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States

Edward Stone Parker (1802–1865), Methodist preacher and assistant Protector of Aborigines

Eddie Parker (actor) (1900–1960), stuntman and actor

Eddie Parker (musician), English jazz flautist and composer

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