January 14, 1865|
Washington, D.C.. U.S.
|Died||May 17, 1943
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Margaret McWade -Married Sept. 4, 1897|
Edward McWade (January 14, 1865 – May 17, 1943) was a writer, stage actor and an American film actor. He appeared in more than 132 films between 1919 and 1944, mostly in secondary roles. He also wrote 15 stage plays and silent films scripts between 1897 and 1914. His father was notable stage actor Robert McWade Sr. (1835-1913) and his younger brother was character actor Robert McWade Jr.. Edward McWade's wife, Margaret May Fish McWade worked also as an actress. They performed in a number of stage and film productions together before and after they were married.
- The Monster (1925)
- A Lost Lady (1934)
- One Exciting Adventure (1934)
- Murder in the Clouds (1934)
- The Girl from 10th Avenue (1935)
- Oil for the Lamps of China (1935)
- Stranded (1935)
- Red Salute (1935)
- Frisco Kid (1935)
- Darkest Africa (1936)
- They Won't Forget (1937)
- Let's Get Married (1937)
- The Patient in Room 18 (1938)
- Comet Over Broadway (1938)
- Gold Is Where You Find It (1938)
- Quick Millions (1939)
- Teddy, the Rough Rider (1940)
- Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
- Edward McWade at the Internet Movie Database
- "Edward McWade". Find a Grave. Retrieved September 3, 2010.
- Edward McWade at AllMovie
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