Theodore Roberts

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Theodore Roberts the actor is not to be confused with author Theodore Goodridge Roberts, 1877–1953, who wrote "The Harbor Master".

Theodore Roberts
Born(1861-10-08)October 8, 1861
DiedDecember 14, 1928(1928-12-14) (aged 67)
Hollywood, California,
United States
Resting placeHollywood Forever
Pineland 124
OccupationFilm, stage actor
Lucy O'Brien
(m. 1890; div. 1905)

Florence Smythe
(m. 1905; died 1925)
RelativesFlorence 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.

Selected filmography[edit]

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Year Title
1914 The Ghost Breaker
The Man from Home
What's His Name
The Call of the North
1915 Temptation
The Arab
The Wild Goose Chase
The Woman
The Captive
The Unafraid
After Five
The Girl of the Golden West
The Unknown
1916 The Trail of the Lonesome Pine
The Dream Girl
Common Ground
The Storm
1917 Nan of Music Mountain
The Devil-Stone
The Little Princess
Joan the Woman
1918 The Squaw Man
The Hidden Pearls
We Can't Have Everything
Old Wives for New
Such a Little Pirate
1919 Don't Change Your Husband
The Winning Girl
The Poor Boob
For Better, for Worse
The Woman Thou Gavest Me
Love Insurance
Male and Female
What Every Woman Learns
1920 Suds
Double Speed
Judy of Rogue's Harbor
Something to Think About
1921 Forbidden Fruit
The Affairs of Anatol
Miss Lulu Bett
Hail the Woman
You're Fired
1922 Across the Continent
Our Leading Citizen
Saturday Night
Night Life in Hollywood
1923 Grumpy
The Ten Commandments - Moses
1925 Locked Doors


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