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John Oaker

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Educated in Los Angeles, Canadian-born John Oaker performed for three years at the Burbank Theater before entering films with veteran star-producer Hobart Bosworth, often playing the "other man." Although the dark-haired, slightly sinister-looking Oaker is best remembered for portraying Jean de Metz in Cecil B. DeMille's still-extant Joan the Woman (1916), the young character actor was also prominently featured as "conscience" in the allegorical The Conscience of John David (1916) and, in a welcome change of pace, as Margaret Gibson's romantic interest in The Soul's Cycle (1916). Oaker's screen career lasted until 1920.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Finger of Justice
  • Actor
1918
No Score Yet Joan the Woman
  • Jean de Metz
1916

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