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William Worthington

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Biography

Troy, New York, USA
Handsome smart gentleman William Worthington born in Troy, New York in 1872. Well-known Broadway star of opera theatre, drama theatre and vaudeville from the late 1890's. He arrived in Hollywood in 1913 as a leading film performer making his movie debut in 'The Restless Spirit' co-starring J. Warren Kerrigan and Jessalyn Van Trump at the Victor Film Co. His most memorable roles as Damon in 'Damon and Pythias' (1914), as General George Washington in 'The Spy' (1914) and as Eleanor's father in the comedy 'Kid Boots' starring Eddie Cantor for the Famous Players-Lasky Film Co in 1926. Read more...

Actor

Character: Capt. Gallon

The Man Who Came Back 1931

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Character: Admiral Schuyler

Shipmates 1931

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Character: First Minister of Finance

Duck Soup 1933

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Character: Harry S. Ames - Cass-Winter Associate

The Little Giant 1933

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Character: Extra on Ship

The Keyhole 1933

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Character: Judge of Duel

The World Moves On 1934

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Character: 'Respectable' Man in Car

After the Thin Man 1936

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Character: N.O. Norwich - Theatrical Agent in Montage

Broadway Melody of 1938 1937

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Character: Mr. Killy

Live, Love and Learn 1937

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Character: Updyke's Guest

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse 1938

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Character: Backstage Man at NBC Theater

Sweethearts 1938

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Character: Specialist #1

Dark Victory 1939

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Character: Oliver Ames

Union Pacific 1939

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Character: Elderly Man in Hallway

Ready, Willing and Able 1937

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