Jack Sherrill

Born - Apr 14, 1898   |   Died - Nov 26, 1973   |  

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A stock company juvenile of the early 1910s, handsome Jack Sherrill became a leading man for the Frohman Amusement Corp. through a bit of nepotism. The son of Frohman's treasurer, William L. Sherrill, Jack Sherrill appeared in such melodramas as The Witching Hour (1916), The Accomplice, and, most notably, Frohman's 15-chapter science fiction serial The Invisible Ray, which he also co-directed with Harry A. Pollard. He retired from films in 1921.