Thursday, 18 September 2014

John Goldsworthy

Born: 28 April 1884, London, England
Died: 10 July 1958, Los Angeles, California, USA

John Goldsworthy was a Broadway actor who entered films during the silent era.

The Paradine Case (1947) as Lakin

A Woman's Secret (1949) as Harold (uncredited)

Melvyn Douglas is on the left.

Other Works


1911 Jumping Jupiter as Marmaduke Bright. New York Theatre, New York, USA.
Other cast members include: Natalie Alt, Burrell Barbaretto, Helen Broderick, Bly Brown, Jessie Cardownie, Richard Carle, Anna Chandler, Estelle St. Clair, Ina Claire, Lester J. Crawford, Blanche Curtis, Murray D'Arcy, Naomi Dale, Jean Engels, Ida Harris, Edna Wallace Hopper, Joseph C. Miron, Beatrice Morton, Will H. Philbrick, Betty Scott, Bessie Skeer, Margaret Strasselle, Marie Vernon, Isabelle Winlocke. Written by Richard Carle and Sydney Rosenfeld.

1914 The Queen of the Movies as Baron Victor de Gardennes. Globe Theatre, New York, USA.

1917 Rambler Rose as Gerald Morton.

1919 The Royal Vagabond as Colonel Ivan Peroff.

1924 Whitewashed as The Duke.

1930 Three Little Girls as Count von Rambow.

1931 Lady Beyond the Moon as Courtland Prentiss. Bijou Theatre, New York, USA. 31 March 1931 - ?. 15 performances.
Other cast members include: Valerie Bergere, Allen Connor, Georgia Harvey, Ione Hutaine, Joseph Lawrence, Donald McClelland, Ramon Racomar, Olive Valerie, Albert West. Written by William Doyle.

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