Dan Crimmins

Highest Rated: 89% White Zombie (1932)
Lowest Rated: 89% White Zombie (1932)
Birthday: Not Available
Birthplace: Not Available
A dapper little comedian from England, Dan Crimmons (born Alexander Lyons made his screen debut with the Vitagraph company in 1914 and went on to appear in scores of supporting roles in everything from Hoot Gibson Westerns in the 1920s to the horror classic White Zombie (1932). His most notable portrayal, however, was probably as Al Shean (of the vaudeville team of Shean & Gallagher) in the 1925 backstage drama Pretty Ladies. Crimmons retired after playing the head tribesman (in blackface) in Dorothy Lamour's Jungle Princess (1936).

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Filmography

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CREDIT
No Score Yet Mississippi Minor Role 1935
No Score Yet Vagabond Lady Willie 1935
89% White Zombie Pierre 1932
No Score Yet The Garage Actor 1920
No Score Yet Johnny Get Your Gun Pollitt, a Valet 1919

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