Skippy

Skippy
Skippy (also known as Asta, born 1931 or 1932; retired 1941) was a Wire Fox Terrier dog actor who appeared in dozens of movies during the 1930s. Skippy is best known for the role of the pet dog "Asta" in the 1934 detective comedy The Thin Man, starring William Powell and Myrna Loy. Due to the popularity of the role, Skippy is sometimes credited as Asta in public and in other films.
Name Skippy
Also Known As Asta
Birthday 1931-01-01
Gender Male
IMDB Skippy profile on IMDB
Place of Birth
As: Asta
1934-05-25
The Thin Man...
As: Asta
1936-12-25
After the Thin Man...
As: Asta
1939-11-17
Another Thin Man...
As: George
1938-02-18
Bringing Up Baby...
As: Mr. Smith
1937-10-21
The Awful Truth...
As: Habeas
1938-08-25
I Am the Law...
As: Mr. Atlas
1938-12-29
Topper Takes a Trip...
As: Asta
1941-11-21
Shadow of the Thin M...
As: Ragsy (uncredited)
1934-06-02
Fog Over Frisco...
As: Pom Pom
1935-02-05
The Lottery Lover...
As: Dog
1935-04-12
It's A Small World...
As: Skipper
1937-08-20
Sea Racketeers...
As: Mr. Skip
1938-01-02
Keep Smiling...
As: Beano
1941-12-19
The Perfect Snob...
As: Skip
1940-09-20
I'm Still Alive...
As: Dog
1935-09-20
The Big Broadcast of...
As: Skippy
1935-07-17
The Daring Young Man...
As: Rex
1934-11-03
The Firebird...
As: Skippy
1934-07-14
Midnight Alibi...
As: Dog in Butcher Shop
1932-12-16
The Half Naked Truth...
As: Terrier at Dog Show
1933-10-28
The Kennel Murder Ca...