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Gaston Bell (1877–1963)

Gaston Bell was born on September 27, 1877 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor, known for Nathan Hale (1913), Opportunity (1912) and The Third Degree (1913). He died on December 11, 1963 in Woodstock, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Nathan Hale
Nathan Hale Nathan Hale
Opportunity The Younger Musician
The Third Degree
The Third Degree Howard Jeffries, Jr.
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse Jefferson Ryder


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 1919 The Heart of a Gypsy
Secret Agent
 1915 Destruction
John Froment III
 1914 The Fortune Hunter
Willie Bartlett
 1914 The House Next Door
Cecil Cotswolt
 1914 A Daughter of Eve (Short)
Rev. John Armstrong
 1914 The Gamblers
George Cowper
 1914 The Daughters of Men
Matthew Crosby
 1914 The Lion and the Mouse
Jefferson Ryder
 1913/I The Rivals (Short)
Captain Absolute
 1913 The Carbon Copy (Short)
 1913 Love in the Dark (Short)
 1913 Nathan Hale (Short)
Nathan Hale
 1913 How to Live 100 Years (Short)
 1913 A Mother's Spirit (Short)
Mr. Ormsby - the Father
 1912 Her Husband's Story (Short)
The Lover
 1912 A Warrior Bold (Short)
Dick - the Rival
 1912 Opportunity (Short)
The Younger Musician

Personal Details

Other Works:

Julie Bonbon (1906). Romance. Written by Clara Lipman. Lew M. Fields Theatre (moved to The Lyric Theatre from 9 Apr 1906- close): 1 Jan 1906- 15 Apr 1906 (106 performances). Cast: Anthony Asher, Kitty Barry, Gaston Bell, Beatrice Bertrand, Ray Beveridge, Wyrley Birch, William 'Stage' Boyd [Broadway debut], Meredith G. Brown, ... See more »

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