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Also Known As: Francis Eugene O'Brien Died: April 29, 1966
Born: November 14, 1880 Cause of Death: bronchial pneumonia
Birth Place: Boulder, Colorado, USA Profession: actor

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Eugene O'Brien was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. O'Brien began his career with a role in "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" (1917). O'Brien also appeared in "Channing of the Northwest" (1922). Later in his career, O'Brien worked on the dramatic adaptation "An American Dream" (1966) with Stuart Whitman. O'Brien passed away in April 1966 at the age of 86.

Eugene O'Brien was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. O'Brien began his career with a role in "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" (1917). O'Brien also appeared in "Channing of the Northwest" (1922). Later in his career, O'Brien worked on the dramatic adaptation "An American Dream" (1966) with Stuart Whitman. O'Brien passed away in April 1966 at the age of 86.

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CAST: (feature film)

2.
 Trojan Eddie (1996) Lady Cash'S Son
3.
 Faithless Lover (1928) Austin Kent
4.
 The Romantic Age (1927) Stephen Winslow
5.
 Flames (1926) Herbert Landis
6.
 Fine Manners (1926) Brian Alden
7.
 Dangerous Innocence (1925) Major Seymour
8.
 Souls for Sables (1925) Fred Garlan
9.
 Graustark (1925) Grenfall Lorry
10.
 Frivolous Sal (1925) Roland Keene
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companion:
Norma Talmadge. Actor.

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father:
John O'Brien. Owned a confectionary business.
mother:
Kate O'Brien. Maid.

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