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Dexter in 1920
March 29, 1870|
Galveston, Texas, U.S.
|Died||June 21, 1941
Amityville, New York, U.S.
|Years active||1915 - 1925|
|Spouse(s)||Marie Doro (1915–19??; divorced)|
Elliott Dexter (March 29, 1870, Galveston, Texas – June 21, 1941, Amityville, New York) was an American film and stage actor. Dexter started his career in vaudeville and did not move to films until he was 45. He retired from acting in 1925.
Dexter married silent film actress Marie Doro in 1915. However, the union was brief and the couple soon divorced, having had no children.
- Diplomacy (1916)
- Daphne and the Pirate (1916)
- The Heart of Nora Flynn (1916)
- Lost and Won (1917)
- Castles for Two (1917)
- A Romance of the Redwoods (1917)
- The Rise of Jennie Cushing (1917)
- The Whispering Chorus (1918)
- Old Wives for New (1918)
- We Can't Have Everything (1918)
- The Squaw Man (1918)
- Don't Change Your Husband (1919)
- Maggie Pepper (1919)
- For Better, for Worse (1919)
- Behold My Wife! (1920)
- Something to Think About (1920)
- The Affairs of Anatol (1921)
- Don't Tell Everything (1921)
- Forever (1921)
- Adam's Rib (1923)
- Flaming Youth (1923)
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