- Bert Lytell redirects here. For the boxer, see Bert Lytell (boxer).
Lytell, circa 1924
|Born||February 24, 1885
New York City
|Died||September 28, 1954 (aged 69)
New York City
|Years active||1917 - 1953|
Bert Lytell (February 24, 1885 in New York City - September 28, 1954 in New York City), Born Bertram Lytell, he was a popular screen star of the silent film era who starred in romantic, melodrama and adventure films.
On stage he was with Marie Dressler in her 1914 Broadway play, A MIX-UP.
His younger brother Wilfred Lytell (1891–1954) was a popular stage and screen actor.
- Lombardi, Ltd. (1919)
- Alias Jimmy Valentine (1920)
- A Trip to Paradise (1921) an adaptation of Liliom
- A Trip to Paramountown (1922) short film
- To Have and to Hold (1922)
- Kick In (1922)
- The Eternal City (1923)
- Lady Windermere's Fan (1925)
- The Ship of Souls (1925)
- The Sporting Life (1925)
- Never the Twain Shall Meet (1925)
- Obey The Law (1926)
- On Trial (1928)
- Brothers (1930)
- The Stolen Jools (1931)
- Stage Door Canteen (1943)
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