Ed Roseman

Highest Rated: 57% America (1924)
Lowest Rated: 57% America (1924)
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Edward Roseman was a former stock company actor who toured with Lincoln J. Carter, Wright Lorimer, and others prior to entering films as a character actor with Eclair and Kalem in 1914. A "Man of a Thousand Faces," Roseman enjoyed his greatest popularity portraying exotic villains and perhaps reached a career high playing no less than four widely different characters in the Fox action serial Fantomas (1920). Actually, all five proved to be a master criminal in clever disguises that included an old woman peddler, a bearded elderly man, and a rough-house crook. Yet despite the fact that he continued to ply his nefarious trade through the 1920s in scores of melodramas, big or small, Roseman never became a real threat to that master of disguises, Lon Chaney.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Running Wild Arvo, the hypnotist 1927
57% America Capt. Montoue 1924
No Score Yet The Pride of the Clan Pitcairn 1917


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