Jay Morley

Jay Morley was an American actor, active in silent films.

Jay Morley
Morley, photographed by Witzel Studios
Born(1890-07-14)July 14, 1890
Port Orange, Florida
DiedNovember 9, 1976(1976-11-09) (aged 86)
Santa Monica, California
NationalityAmerican
OccupationActor
Years active1913–1931, 1950–1951

Career

Morley began his acting career in a traveling vaudeville act.[1] He had success in silent films, but retired at the beginning of the sound era to serve as sheriff of Malibu.[2] He returned to films and television in the early 1950s.[2]

Filmography

  • The Man Who Tried to Forget (1913)
  • Elsie Venner (1914)
  • The Getaway (1914)
  • The City (1914)
  • Man to Man (1914)
  • The Best Man (1914)
  • The School Teacher at Angel Camp (1914)
  • In the Background (1915)
  • What Money Will Do (1915)
  • The Discontented Man (1915)
  • The Taunt (1915)
  • The Red Virgin (1915)
  • When the Wires Crossed (1915)
  • The Emerald God (1915)
  • The Lonely Fisherman (1915)
  • A Night in Old Spain (1915)
  • Margie of the Underworld (1915)
  • The Death Web (1915)
  • The Palace of Dust (1915)
  • The New Adventures of Terence O'Rourke (1915)
  • Meg o' the Cliffs (1915)
  • When a Queen Loved O'Rourke (1915)
  • The Legend of the Poisoned Pool (1915)
  • With Stolen Money (1915)
  • The Road to Paradise (1915)
  • Saved from the Harem (1915)
  • The Convict King (1915)
  • The Lost Bracelet (1916)
  • The Old Watchman (1916)
  • The Little Sister of the Poor (1916)
  • Two News Items (1916)
  • A Modern Paul (1916)
  • The Repentant (1916)
  • At the Doors of Doom (1916)
  • A Sister to Cain (1916)
  • The Return of James Jerome (1916)
  • One of the Pack (1916)
  • The Candle (1916)
  • The Beggar King (1916)
  • The Half Wit (1916)
  • By Right of Love (1916)
  • Their Mother (1916)
  • Who Knows? (1917)
  • Loyalty (1917)
  • Humility (1918)
  • Blindfolded (1918)
  • An Alien Enemy (1918)
  • Ace High (1918)
  • Todd of the Times (1919)
  • The Usurper (1919)
  • The Busher (1919)
  • The Little Boss (1919)
  • Over the Garden Wall (1919)
  • A Fighting Colleen (1919)
  • The Invisible Hand (1920)
  • Pegeen (1920)
  • Telemachus, Friend (1920)
  • The Green Flame (1920)
  • The Woman Untamed (1920)
  • The Roads We Take (1920)
  • The Call Loan (1920)
  • Fighting Fate (1921)
  • The Honor of Rameriz (1921)
  • The Heart of Doreon (1921)
  • Trailin' (1921)
  • The Verdict (1922)
  • In the Days of Buffalo Bill (1922)
  • The Man Who Waited (1922)
  • Crimson Gold (1923)
  • Out of Luck (1923)
  • Rustlin' (1923)
  • Face to Face (1923)
  • The Wolf Trapper (1923)
  • No Tenderfoot (1923)
  • The Twilight Trail (1923)
  • Waterfront Wolves (1924)
  • Paying the Limit (1924)
  • Wanted by the Law (1924)
  • Getting Her Man (1924)
  • Three Days to Live (1924)
  • Behind Two Guns (1924)
  • Reckless Courage (1925)
  • With Buffalo Bill on the U. P. Trail (1926)
  • Daniel Boone Thru the Wilderness (1926)
  • With Davy Crockett at the Fall of the Alamo (1926)
  • Sitting Bull at the Spirit Lake Massacre (1927)
  • The Mojave Kid (1927)
  • The Slingshot Kid (1927)
  • Driftin' Sands (1928)
  • Man in the Rough (1928)
  • Trail of Courage (1928)
  • Come and Get It! (1929)
  • The Amazing Vagabond (1929)
  • Near the Trail's End (1931)
  • The Lone Ranger (1950) – TV series
  • Sunset Boulevard (1950)
  • Dark City (1950)
  • Mr. Music (1950)
  • The Enforcer (1951)
  • A Place in the Sun (1951)

References

  1. "Interesting Facts about the Clan that Acts". The Photo-Play Journal. October 1917. p. 26.
  2. Wollstein, Hans J. "Jay Morley". AllMovie.
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