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|Also Known As:||Jack Gilbert,John Pringle||Died:||January 9, 1936|
|Born:||July 10, 1899||Cause of Death:||heart attack|
|Birth Place:||Logan, Utah, USA||Profession:||Cast ... actor director screenwriter|
Handsome, romantic lead of silent films, Gilbert reached his peak in the late 1920s starring opposite Greta Garbo in several features. The son of itinerant actors, Gilbert entered films as a bit player, screenwriter and director in 1916. He worked for Triangle, Fox and other studios, where his dark, brooding good looks were more in demand than his writing or directing skills. Gilbert gradually worked his way up to supporting player and leading man in films like "The Princess of the Dark" (1916), "Nancy Comes Home" (1918), "Heart o' the Hills" (1919, with Mary Pickford), "The Great Redeemer" (1920, also screenplay) and "Cameo Kirby" (1923).
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