William Tubbs

William Tubbs (May 10, 1907 – January 25, 1953) was an American stage and film actor.[1] He appeared in a number of European films in the years after the Second World War including several by Roberto Rossellini.

William Tubbs
Born10 May 1907
Died25 January 1953 (Aged 45)
Years active1946-1953 (film)


Year Title Role Notes
1946PaisanCaptain Bill Martin - the catholic chaplain(episode V: Appennino Emiliano)
1947Fatal Symphony
1949Private AngeloUncredited
1949The Pirates of CapriPignatelli
1950Faddija – La legge della vendettaPietro
1950L'inafferrabile 12Il dirigente della Roma
1950Night TaxiMr. William Simon
1950Shadow of the EagleBoris
1951The Rival of the Empress
1951Edward and CarolineSpencer Borch
1951Three Steps NorthJack Conway
1951A Night of FameAntonio
1951Quo VadisAnaxander
1951The Cape of HopeCommodore Rinaldi
1951Cops and RobbersMr. Locuzzo, the Tourist
1952Cento piccole mammeProf. Martino Prosperi
1952The Machine to Kill Bad PeoplePadre della ragazza americana / American Tourist
1952Europe '51Professor Alessandrini
1952The Golden CoachAubergiste
1953The Wages of FearBill O'Brien(final film role)


  1. Bondanella p.156


  • Bondanella, Peter. The Films of Roberto Rossellini. Cambridge University Press, 1993.
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