Frank Baker

Birthday: Mar 13, 1886
Birthplace: Not Available
Onscreen from 1912, Australian-born Frank Baker was the brother of that country's foremost silent-screen action hero, Snowy Baker. Like Snowy, Frank settled in Hollywood in the 1920s and embarked on a long career as a stuntman and bit player. Rarely onscreen for more than minutes, Baker later portrayed Major Martling in the 1935 serial The New Adventures of Tarzan, George Davis in Clark Gable's Parnell (1937), Lord Dunstable in That Forsyte Woman (1949), and even General Robert E. Lee in Run of the Arrow (1957). Retiring in the mid-'60s, Frank Baker spent his final years at the Motion Picture Country House and Hospital. He died in 1980 at the age of 88.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
80% Made in Dagenham Frank $1.1M 2010
No Score Yet Esther Ezra 1999
No Score Yet Barney's Night Before Christmas Santa Claus 1999
No Score Yet Hostile Waters Pumps 1997
86% The Young Poisoner's Handbook Placement Officer 1995
30% The House of the Spirits Intelligence Officer 1994
No Score Yet Paper Mask Happy 1991
72% Truly Madly Deeply Bruno 1991
No Score Yet Reunion The Zionist 1989
No Score Yet A Hazard of Hearts Lerker 1987
69% Hellraiser Derelict 1987
No Score Yet And Nothing But the Truth Film Editor 1982

TV

CREDIT
84% Rome
2005-2007
Doctor
  • 2005

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