Parks Jones

James Parks Jones (1890 - January 11, 1950) was an actor in many silent films in the United States.[1] His roles included many leading and supporting roles over more than a decade.

He was born in Cincinnati.[2]

Jones maried Myrtle Gonzalez, a Latin American actress, in 1910.[3] They had one son together, James Parks Jones, Jr. (c. 1911-1970), before divorcing.



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