Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Clarence Kolb

Born: 31 July 1874, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Died: 25 November 1964, Los Angeles, California, USA

Clarence Kolb was in vaudeville for much of his early career. He performed as one half of Kolb and Dill with Max Dill and was only tempted into film for a short period of time during the silent era before returning to vaudeville. In the mid 1930s he returned to the movie industry and began a twenty-year career playing corrupt politicians, businessmen and the occasional judge.

Five Little Peppers and How They Grew (1939) as Mr. King



















Other Works

Stage

1908 Lonesome Town as Chico Charlie (Credited as C. William Kolb)
Circle Theatre, Broadway, New York, NY (20/1/1908 - 04/4/1908)
Other cast members include: Max M. Dill, Wilmer Bentley, Ben T. Dillon, Georgia O'Ramey, Robert G. Pitkin, Clyde Allen

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