James T. Mack

Highest Rated: 100% Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
Veteran stage actor James T. Mack (born McElhern) originated the role of Johnny-the-Harp in Eugene O'Neil's Anna Christie, which opened on Broadway November 2, 1921, with Pauline Lord in the title role. An infrequent supporting actor in films from the mid-1910s, Mack repeated his performance for the motion picture cameras in Greta Garbo's English-language version in 1930 but then spent the remainder of his career playing unbilled bit parts in films ranging from Bonnie Scotland (1935; as the butler) to Alias Boston Blackie (1942; as the valet).

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61% When Brendan Met Trudy Brendan and Trudy's Child 2001
No Score Yet The Texans Actor 1938
No Score Yet Adventure's End Hooten 1937
No Score Yet Theodora Goes Wild Minister 1936
83% Libeled Lady Pop 1936
No Score Yet Bonnie Scotland (Heroes of the Regiment) Butler 1935
No Score Yet G-Men Agent 1935
No Score Yet Charlie Chan's Secret Fingerprint man 1935
No Score Yet Mary Burns, Fugitive Farmer 1935
No Score Yet In Love with Life Stevens 1934
No Score Yet One Year Later Clergyman 1933
No Score Yet Arsene Lupin Laurent 1932
No Score Yet Anna Christie Johnny the Harp 1930
100% Steamboat Bill Jr. Minister 1928

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