William Worthington

Lowest Rated: 83% The Dragon Painter (1919)
Birthday: Invalid date
Birthplace: Not Available
A former opera singer and stage actor/director, William Worthington entered films as a leading man in 1913. Worthington's more notable screen roles included General George Washington in The Spy and Damon in Damon and Pythias (both 1914). From 1917 to 1925, he concentrated on directing, and during this period was also head of a short-lived production firm called Multicolor Films. Active until his death, William Worthington essayed scores of bit roles in the talkie era, usually playing judges or military officers.

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No Score Yet Law and Order Judge Williams 1940
No Score Yet Espionage Agent Instructor 1939
No Score Yet Union Pacific Oliver Ames 1939
86% Dark Victory Specialist 1939
No Score Yet The Oklahoma Kid Homesteader 1939
No Score Yet Gang Bullets The Judge 1938
90% Boys Town Governor 1938
No Score Yet The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse Guest 1938
No Score Yet Accidents Will Happen Irate Car Owner 1938
100% Angels with Dirty Faces Warden 1938
No Score Yet I Am the Law Committee Man 1938
No Score Yet Sergeant Murphy Judge at Horse Show 1938
No Score Yet The Toast of New York Judge 1937
No Score Yet Ready, Willing and Able Eldery Couple 1937
No Score Yet Magnificent Obsession Man on Boat 1935
No Score Yet The Man Who Reclaimed His Head Attendant 1934
100% Flirtation Walk Civilian 1934
No Score Yet The President Vanishes Actor 1934
92% Duck Soup First Minister of Finance 1933
No Score Yet No More Orchids Cannon 1932
No Score Yet Kid Boots Polly's Father 1926
83% The Dragon Painter Director 1919
No Score Yet Tong Man Director 1919
No Score Yet Gray Horizon Director 1919
No Score Yet The Tong Man Director 1919

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