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Glenn Tryon

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Also Known As: Glen Tryon Died: April 18, 1970
Born: September 14, 1899 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Julietta, Idaho, USA Profession: Cast ... actor screenwriter producer director


Glenn Tryon was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Tryon kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "The Battling Orioles" (1924), "A Hero For a Night" (1927) and "The Poor Nut" (1927). He also appeared in "How to Handle Women" (1928), "Lonesome" (1928) and "Broadway" (1929). He continued to act in productions like "It Can Be Done" (1929), "King of Jazz" (1930) and "Dragnet Patrol" (1932). He also appeared in "Tangled Destinies" (1932) and "The Widow in Scarlet" (1932). Tryon had a number of different projects under his belt in the thirties through the forties, including "Bachelor Bait" (1934), "Small Town Boy" (1937) starring Stuart Erwin and "The Law West of Tombstone" (1938). His credits also expanded to "Beauty For the Asking" (1939) starring Lucille Ball, "The Devil With Hitler" (1942) and "George White's Scandals" (1945) starring Joan Davis. Tryon last acted in the Jeffrey Lynn drama "Home Town Story" (1951). Tryon passed away in April 1970 at the age of 71.

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