Theodore Roberts the actor is not to be confused with author Theodore Goodridge Roberts, 1877–1953, who wrote "The Harbor Master".
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|Born||October 8, 1861|
San Francisco, California,
|Died||December 14, 1928 (aged 67)|
|Resting place||Hollywood Forever|
|Occupation||Film, stage actor|
(m. 1890; div. 1905)
(m. 1905; died 1925)
|Relatives||Florence Roberts (cousin)|
Theodore Roberts (October 8, 1861 in San Francisco, California – December 14, 1928 in Hollywood, California) was an American film and stage actor. On stage in the 1890s he acted with Fanny Davenport in her play called Gismonda (1894) and later in The Bird of Paradise (1912) with actress Laurette Taylor. He started his film career in the 1910s in Hollywood, and was often associated in the productions of Cecil B. DeMille. He is buried in Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
He was a cousin of the stage actress Florence Roberts.
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