Larry Kent

Highest Rated: 29% What a Way to Go! (1964)
Lowest Rated: 29% What a Way to Go! (1964)
Birthday: Sep 15, 1900
Birthplace: Not Available
With his all-American good looks, blonde silent screen leading man Larry Kent (born Henri Trumball) became mildly popular in mainly lighthearted fare of the 1920s. Kent appeared in such series as FBO's The Adventures of Maizie and Fighting Hearts and later starred in the action serial The Masked Menace (1927) but his type was perhaps too bland for major stardom in a field that included proven box-office names such as the similar Glenn Tryon, Johnnie Walker, and William Haines, and sound pretty much relegated him to bit parts. Kent hung in there, however, and appeared in films and television as late as 1964. He should not be confused with Canadian writer/actor/director Lawrence L. Kent.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet She Who Must Burn Screenwriter Executive Producer Director 2015
No Score Yet The Bitter Ash Screenwriter Director 2012
No Score Yet High Stakes Director 1986
No Score Yet Yesterday (Gabrielle) (Scoring) (The Victory) (This Time Forever) Director 1981
No Score Yet The Apprentice Director 1971
No Score Yet High Producer Director 1969
No Score Yet High Director 1968
29% What a Way to Go! Hollywood Lawyer 1964
No Score Yet Daddy Long Legs Butler 1955
No Score Yet A Man Called Peter Chaplain 1955
No Score Yet The Golden Arrow Mr. Smith 1936
No Score Yet Seas Beneath Lt. McGregor 1930
No Score Yet Hangman's House Dermott 1928
No Score Yet Her Wild Oat Philip Latour 1927
No Score Yet When Tomorrow Dies Director Screenwriter


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