Wadsworth Harris

Wadsworth Harris (October 9, 1864 November 1, 1942) was an American actor of the silent era. He appeared in 46 films between 1911 and 1936. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts and died in Los Angeles, California from pneumonia.

Wadsworth Harris
Harris, 1904
Born(1864-10-09)October 9, 1864
DiedNovember 1, 1942(1942-11-01) (aged 78)
Years active1911-1936


Year Title Role Notes
1912A Soldier's DutyGrace's FatherShort
1915The Scarlet SinDoc White
1915GraftMark GambleSerial
1915Tainted Money
1916The Dumb Girl of PorticiDuke d'Arcos
1916The Love GirlThe Swami
1916Love Never DiesMonsieur Lescot
1916The Right to Be HappyThe Ghost of the Past
1917The Voice on the WireJames Walsh
1917The Gift GirlMarquis de Tonquin
1917The Hero of the HourBrooks Sr.
1918Madame SpyAdm. John Wesley
1918The Kaiser, the Beast of BerlinGen. von Ruesselheim
1918Kidder & KoJames Knight
1918All NightCol. Lane
1919The Midnight StageJoe Statler
1920The Dragon's NetDoctor Redding
1920The Iron RiderSheriff Donovan
1921Rich Girl, Poor GirlVanderfleet
1922The Call of HomeCaptain Wayne
1934One Night of LoveJudgeUncredited
1936The PlainsmanWilliam DennisonUncredited
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