George K. Arthur

Birthday: Jan 27, 1899
Birthplace: Not Available
Scottish actor George K. Arthur, born George Brest, worked as leading man and supporting actor during the '20s and '30s. Prior to coming to Hollywood, Arthur worked as a popular Shakespearean actor. He made his screen debut in the British film Kipps in 1921. One year later he moved to Hollywood. Although primarily a leading man in light dramas, he was offered a sadder more reflective role as the hero in Josef von Sternberg's The Salvation Hunters in 1925. He later worked with Karl Dane in a series of very popular comedies beginning with Rookies. They worked together until 1929. He retired from acting in 1935, and went on to work in business, and the production and distribution of films.

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No Score Yet The Wheels Of Chance Actor 2014
100% That's Entertainment! III Actor 1994
No Score Yet Vanessa, Her Love Story Porter 1935
No Score Yet Stand Up and Cheer Dance Director 1934
No Score Yet Riptide Bertie Davis 1934
No Score Yet Looking Forward (The New Deal) Mr. Tressitt 1933
No Score Yet Oliver Twist Toby Crackit 1933
No Score Yet Blind Adventure Inebriated Guest 1933
40% The Hollywood Revue of 1929 Actor 1929
100% Show People Himself 1928
No Score Yet The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg(Old Heidelberg)(The Student Prince) Student 1928
No Score Yet Spring Fever Eustace Tewksbury 1927
No Score Yet Bardelys the Magnificent St. Eustache 1926
No Score Yet The Boob Peter 1926
No Score Yet Kiki Adolphe 1926
No Score Yet Irene Mme. Lucy 1926
No Score Yet Her Sister From Paris Robert Well 1925
No Score Yet Lady of the Night Chunky 1925
No Score Yet The Salvation Hunters The boy 1925

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