Charles Clary

Active - 1910 - 1930  |   Born - Mar 24, 1873 in Charleston, IL  |   Died - Mar 24, 1931 in Los Angeles, CA  |   Genres - Drama, Romance, Crime

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A distinguished-looking early star for the pioneering Selig Polyscope Company, gray-haired Charles Clary later played La Tremouille opposite Geraldine Farrar's Joan the Woman (1916); was Louis XV opposite Theda Bara's Madame Du Barry (1917); and made a fine King Arthur in Will Rogers' A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1921). He spent the remainder of his career in Westerns, usually portraying the heroine's father, lawmen, or military officers.

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