Born in Long Beach, California
on July 18, 1939
Orley Lindgren appeared in 18 movies between 1943 and 1954, often appearing early in the movie in the role of the hero as a boy. He was good with horses, and perhaps his most significant leading role was as the son of a jockey in Under My Skin (1950). His film career ended with his teen years and he went on to get a PhD at The University of California in Berkeley, and later became a business consultant.
The photo at the top of the page shows Orley Lindgren with John Garfield in Under My Skin. The two photos above are dated 1949 and say "he partakes of pastry for take after take." The name of the movie is not given.