Arthur Clayton

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Birthday: Jan 29, 1902
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A tall, gray-haired supporting actor from England, Arthur Clayton reportedly came to Los Angeles for his health after having been gassed in World War I. Clayton appeared on Los Angeles stages in White Cargo prior to launching a screen career playing mostly distinguished Englishmen. Onscreen in America 1919-1934, Clayton returned to his native country where he continued his career in minor supporting roles.

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet One Good Turn Actor 1936
No Score Yet Deputy Drummer Actor 1935
No Score Yet Crimson Romance Baron von Eisenlohr 1934
No Score Yet Green Eyes Hall 1934
No Score Yet White Heat Armia 1934
No Score Yet The Better Ole The Colonel 1926

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