John Hubbard is an American Actor born in East Chicago, Indiana, on April 4, 1914. John married his high school sweetheart Lois, and had three children. In 1937, while taking acting lessons at the Goodman Theatre, Hubbard began working for Paramount and then MGM. Hubbard's big movie break came in 1938 while acting as a leading man in the film Dramatic School. This film launched Hubbard's career, with film creator Hal Roach signing Hubbard to a four movie deal, which were predominantly comedic. In 1944, his film career was placed on hold while Hubbard served in the United States military during World War II until 1947. During the 1950s, John Hubbard returned to acting, however he primarily was featured in television shows as opposed to films. His most notable television acting roles included playing supporting characters in The Mickey Rooney Show, Don't Call Me Charlie, and Family Affair. John Hubbard retired from Acting in 1974 and passed away in 1988.