Chatterton in 1914
February 12, 1881|
Geneva, New York US
August 17, 1952 (aged 71)|
Hollywood, California US
Tom Chatterton (February 12, 1881 – August 17, 1952) was an American actor.
He 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 Open Door (1913)
- The Secret of the Submarine (1915)
- Father and the Boys (1915)
- Beloved Rogues (1917)
- Her Husband's Friend (1920)
- The Boss Rider of Gun Creek (1936)
- Hawk of the Wilderness (1938)
- Arizona Legion (1939)
- The Oklahoma Kid (1939) as Homesteader (uncredited)
- Drums of Fu Manchu (1940)
- Covered Wagon Days (1940)
- Black Diamonds (1940)
- The Trail Blazers (1940)
- Outlaws of Cherokee Trail (1941)
- Raiders of the Range (1942)
- Santa Fe Scouts (1943)
- Heart of Virginia (1948)
- "Tom Chatterton". Feature Movie Magazine. V (2): 45. March 1916.
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