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Frazer Coulter (1848–1937)

Frazer Coulter was born on August 20, 1848 in Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada. He was an actor, known for The Prisoner of Zenda (1913), The Governor's Lady (1923) and Prince of Tempters (1926). He was married to Grace Thorne. He died on January 26, 1937 in East Islip, Long Island, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Prisoner of Zenda
The Prisoner of Zenda Colonel Sapt
The Governor's Lady
The Governor's Lady George Strickland
Prince of Tempters
Body and Soul
Body and Soul Dr. McDonald


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 1926 Prince of Tempters
 1924 A Society Scandal
Schuyler Burr
 1923 The Governor's Lady
George Strickland
 1923 The Heart Raider
Reginald Gray (Muriel's father)
 1921/I Love's Redemption
Club Steward
 1921 His Brother's Keeper
William Harding
 1920 The Face at Your Window
Nicholas Harding (as Fraser Coulter)
 1915 Body and Soul
Dr. McDonald
 1913 The Prisoner of Zenda
Colonel Sapt

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Stage Play: Lawful Larceny. Comedy. Written by Samuel Shipman. Directed by Bertram Harrison. Theatre Republic: 2 Jan 1922-Jun 1922 (closing date unknown/190 performances). Cast: Frazer Coulter (as "Mr. Davis"), Alan Dinehart (as "Andrew Dorsey"), Sara Haden, Gail Kane, Felix Krembs, Bijoute La Violette, Margaret Lawrence, Martha Mayo, John... See more »

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Fraser Coulter

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