Humphrey Bogart (1899-1957) was an American actor and one of the greatest film stars of all time. He began his career in theatre, but broke onto the screen in 1936’s The Petrified Forest. Over the next thirty years he would go on to appear in 75 films.
Humphrey Bogart was famous as a leading man with roles in films such as Casablanca (see trailer below), To Have and Have Not and The African Queen, for which he won an Academy Award. He made his last film, The Harder They Fall in 1956 and died from cancer in 1957.