|Born||February 12, 1881
Geneva, New York United States
|Died||August 17, 1952
Hollywood, California United States
Tom Chatterton (February 12, 1881 – August 17, 1952) was an American actor.
Born in Geneva, New York, Chatterton began his film career in 1913 at the New York Motion Picture Company under director Thomas H. Ince. Although never a major star, Chatterton had several leading roles in early silent films. He appeared in a large number of westerns and was able to adapt to talkies allowing him to have a successful career lasting five decades.
He died in Hollywood in 1952 and was interred in the Glenwood Cemetery in his hometown of Geneva.
- The Secret of the Submarine (1915)
- Father and the Boys (1915)
- Beloved Rogues (1917)
- Her Husband's Friend (1920)
- Hawk of the Wilderness (1938)
- Drums of Fu Manchu (1940)
- Covered Wagon Days (1940)
- The Trail Blazers (1940)
- Outlaws of Cherokee Trail (1941)
- Raiders of the Range (1942)
- Santa Fe Scouts (1943)
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