Robert McKim

Highest Rated: 88% The Mark of Zorro (1920)
Lowest Rated: 88% The Mark of Zorro (1920)
Birthday: Aug 26, 1886
Birthplace: Not Available
A rather dashing silent screen villain in the grand old style, best remembered as Douglas Fairbanks' rival in The Mark of Zorro (1920), California-native Robert McKim had begun his long theatrical career with the legendary Alcazar stock company in San Francisco. After appearing for three seasons on the Orpheum circuit opposite the "Jersey Lil," Lillie Langtry, McKim entered films in 1915 for producer Thomas Ince, who occasionally starred him but would more often than not cast the tall, dark-haired actor as a heavy. McKim's screen career remained busy through the 1920s, where he appeared in such diverse fare as Monte Cristo (1922; as De Villefort), The Spoilers (1923; as Struve), and The Bat (1926; as Dr. Wells). He died from a cerebral hemorrhage at the age of 40, leaving a widow, screen actress Dorcas Matthews, and two young children.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Strong Man Roy McDevitt 1926
No Score Yet The Bat Dr. Wells 1926
No Score Yet Mademoiselle Midnight João 1924
No Score Yet Monte Cristo De Villefort, King's attorney 1922
No Score Yet Heart's Haven Adam Breed 1922
88% The Mark of Zorro Capt. Juan Ramon 1920
No Score Yet Wagon Tracks Actor 1919
No Score Yet The Captive God Montezuma 1916
No Score Yet Hell's Hinges Clergyman 1916
No Score Yet The Return of Draw Egan Arizona Joe 1916
No Score Yet The Disciple Doc Hardy 1915


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