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Fred Warren was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Warren kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "The Microscope Mystery" (1916) with Constance Talmadge, "Stephen Steps Out" (1923) and the Mae Murray romance "The Masked Bride" (1925). He also appeared in "The Bells" (1926). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Synthetic Sin" (1928), the Richard Barthelmess dramatic adaptation "The Noose" (1928) and "In Old Arizona" (1929) with Warner Baxter. He also appeared in the Walter Huston biopic "Abraham Lincoln" (1930). In the latter half of his career, he tackled roles in "The Girl of the Golden West" (1930), the Mary Pickford adaptation "Kiki" (1931) and "The Mysterious Mr. Wong" (1935). Warren more recently acted in the drama "I Conquer the Sea" (1936) with Steffi Duna. Warren passed away in December 1940 at the age of 60.

Fred Warren was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Warren kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "The Microscope Mystery" (1916) with Constance Talmadge, "Stephen Steps Out" (1923) and the Mae Murray romance "The Masked Bride" (1925). He also appeared in "The Bells" (1926). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Synthetic Sin" (1928), the Richard Barthelmess dramatic adaptation "The Noose" (1928) and "In Old Arizona" (1929) with Warner Baxter. He also appeared in the Walter Huston biopic "Abraham Lincoln" (1930). In the latter half of his career, he tackled roles in "The Girl of the Golden West" (1930), the Mary Pickford adaptation "Kiki" (1931) and "The Mysterious Mr. Wong" (1935). Warren more recently acted in the drama "I Conquer the Sea" (1936) with Steffi Duna. Warren passed away in December 1940 at the age of 60.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Johnny-on-the-Spot (1919) Assistant Director
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  One-Thing-at-A-Time O'Day (1919) Assistant Director
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  Sylvia on a Spree (1918) Assistant Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 Convicted Woman (1940) Male person
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 Go West (1940) Pianist
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 The Amazing Mr. Williams (1939) Clerk
4.
 Those High Grey Walls (1939) Convict
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 Night Club Scandal (1937) Waiter
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 High, Wide and Handsome (1937) Piano player
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 You Only Live Once (1937) Prison chef
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 I Conquer the Sea! (1936) Sebastian
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 The Garden Murder Case (1936) Ah Fooey
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 Ship Cafe (1935) Harry
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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

b. September 16, 1880 Rock Island, IL,
d. December 5, 1940 Hollywood, CA.
Fred Warren and his wife Effie Conley Warren were a Vaudeville singing and dancing team around the turn of the century. He was the brother-in-law of Maxwell Karger who was one of the founders and the general manager of Metro Pictures before Metro became MGM. Warren and his wife made West Hollywood their home from 1916 to 1940 and allowed their friend Rudolph Valentino to be married in their backyard. Warren also spent many hours at the piano in Barney's Beanery.

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