Charles Cherry

Charles Cameron Cherry (19 November 1872 – 2 September 1931) was a British born actor. He was born to James Frederick Cherry (died 1883) and his wife, Lady Emily Louisa Haworth-Leslie (died 1936) at Greenwich, Kent, England. His mother was a relation to Norman Leslie, 19th Earl of Rothes.[1] He spent a large part of his career in the United States often as leading man to many beautiful star actresses i.e. Elsie de Wolfe, Maxine Elliott, Ethel Barrymore, Marie Doro and Elsie Ferguson.[2]

Charles Cherry
Born19 November 1872
Died2 September 1931 (aged 58)
? England
Years active1892-1924
Spouse(s)Grace Dudley

He appeared in two silent motion pictures, The Mummy and the Hummingbird (1915) and Passers By (1916).[3]

His sisters were Miriam Audrey Cherry (died 1954) (Mrs. Herbert Owen-Taylor) and Gladys Cherry (1881–1965) (Mrs. George O. S. Pringle), a Titanic survivor. His spouse was Grace Dudley.[4]


  1. Who Was Who in the Theatre: 1912-1976, pgs.432-433, originally annual editions published by John Parker; this 1976 edition published and compiled by Gale Research
  2. Great Actors and Actresses of the American Stage, in Historic Photographs edited by Stanley Appelbaum, c.1983
  3. Who Was Who on the Screen 3rd Edit. p.125 by Evelyn Mack Truitt, c.1983
  4. Who Was Who...John Parker
This article is issued from Wikipedia. The text is licensed under Creative Commons - Attribution - Sharealike. Additional terms may apply for the media files.