Paul Valentine (born William Daixel; March 23, 1919, New York City – January 27, 2006, Los Angeles, California) was an American film and television actor. He was also known as Val Valentinoff. He debuted in motion pictures in 1947 in Out of the Past, and finished his career with 1984's remake of that film.
March 23, 1919
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Died||January 27, 2006
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Resting place||Hollywood Forever Cemetery|
|Occupation||Film and television actor|
|Spouse(s)||Flevur Ali Khan (1952-2006)
Lili St. Cyr (1946-1949) (divorced)
This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. (October 2013)
Valentine was married twice, including to burlesque stripteaser Lili St. Cyr from 1946-49.
He died in Los Angeles, California, on January 27, 2006, aged 86.
- Against All Odds (1984)
- Lovelines as Mr. Van Der Meer (1984)
- Quincy M.E. as George Carlton Ward (1983)
- Yes, Giorgio as Timur (1982)
- Pennies from Heaven as Bar Patron (1981)
- True Confessions as Detective #2 (1981)
- All Night Long as Customer (1981)
- The Man Who Saw Tomorrow as the Secretary of State (1981)
- The Ropers as Maitre'D (1980)
- Vega$ as Minister (1978)
- Golden Showcase as Angelo (episode: "Tonight in Samarkand"; 1962)
- Naked City as Larry (episode: "Susquehanna 4-7568"; 1958)
- Armstrong Circle Theatre (episodes: "The Shoes That Laughed (1952); "Something to Live For" (1952))
- Love Island as Lt. Richard Taber (1952)
- Lights Out (TV Series) as Jean Duval (episode: "The Silent Supper"; 1951)
- Love Happy as Mike Johnson (1949)
- House of Strangers as Pietro Monetti (1949)
- Out of the Past as Joe (1947) (originally released in UK as Build My Gallows High)