Albert Austin

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% The Gold Rush (1925)
Lowest Rated:
98% City Lights (1931)
Birthday:
Dec 13
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
In the U.S. from 1912 with the famous Fred Karno troupe, gangly British music-hall comic Albert Austin appeared in stock in Denver, CO, for two years before joining fellow Karno comedian Charles Chaplin at Mutual in 1916. One of Chaplin's closest associates, Austin was the shop assistant in The…

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
98% City Lights
  • Street-cleaner
-- 1931
100% The Gold Rush
  • Prospector
-- 1925
My Boy
  • Director
-- 1922
Pay Day
  • Workman
-- 1922
100% The Kid
  • Man in Shelter
-- 1921
Suds
  • Horace Greensmith
-- 1920
A Day's Pleasure (A Ford Story)
  • Trombonist
-- 1919
A Dog's Life
  • Crook
-- 1918
The Adventurer
  • Butler
-- 1917
Shoulder Arms
  • German Soldier
-- 1917
The Immigrant (A Modern Columbus) (Broke) (Hello U.S.A.) (The New World)
  • A Diner
-- 1917
The Vagabond, (Gipsy Life)
  • Trombonist
-- 1916
Easy Street
  • Clergyman and Policeman
-- 1916
One A.M. (Solo)
  • Taxi Driver
-- 1916
The Fireman, (A Gallant Fireman )
  • Fireman
-- 1916
The Count (Almost a Gentleman)
  • Guest
-- 1916
The Pawnshop (At the Sign of the Dollar) (High and Low Finance)
  • Client with Clock
-- 1916
The Floorwalker (Shop)
  • Shop Assistant
-- 1916
Behind the Screen
  • Scene Shifter
-- 1916
The Rink (Rolling Around)(Waiter)
  • The Cook
-- 1916

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