Apparently, it was Glenn Ford.
The formidable star of films like 1946’s Gilda and 1955’s The Blackboard Jungle pops up purely by chance in three Hollywood memoirs I’ve read in the last year.
And all three say he was a big, smelly creep!
According to those who worked with him, Ford was stand-offish, attitudey, manipulative, competitive, arrogant, insecure, and liked to try to steal scenes through all kinds of trickery and business.
Whoever thought Glenn Ford would be that interesting?