|Also Known As: ||
||March 21, 1938
||January 17, 1879
||Cause of Death:
||Cleveland, Ohio, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Film directing debut
Co-directed C.B. DeMille's directorial debut "The Squaw Man," which was also one of the earliest feature-length films made in the US
Directorial career declined in the 1920s; worked for many poverty-row companies
Focused career on acting; earliest films in which he only acted included "The Heart of Broadway"
Last acting roles in features included those in "History Is Made at Night" and "The Toast of New York"