Cyril Gardner

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Cyril Gardner (30 May 1898 - 30 December 1942)[1] was a French-born American actor, film director, editor and screenwriter.[2]

Gardner was born Cyril Gottlieb in Paris, France in 1898 and emigrated to the United States at an early age, where he changed his surname to 'Gardner'.[3] He began his career as a child actor, most notably in a starring role in the 1913 Thomas H. Ince-directed Cilvil War drama The Drummer of the 8th, opposite child star Mildred Harris.

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  1. ^ Celebrities Galore
  2. ^ http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/individual/7875
  3. ^ Celebrities Galore

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