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Vincent Coleman (I) (1900–1971)

Vincent Coleman was born on February 16, 1900 in Louisiana, USA. He was an actor, known for For the Freedom of Ireland (1920), Salome (1923) and The Law of Nature (1919). He died on October 26, 1971 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1923 The Purple Highway
Dudley Quail
 1923 Has the World Gone Mad!
The Adams Son
 1923 Salome
 1922 Divorce Coupons
 1922 Fascination
Ralph Kellogg (an American)
 1921 Such a Little Queen
Stephen of Hetland
 1921 Princess Jones
Arthur Forbes
 1920 For the Freedom of Ireland
Robert Emmett Corrigan
 1920 Good References
William Marshall
 1920 Partners of the Night
 1919 Should a Husband Forgive?
Joh Carroll Jr.
 1919 The Law of Nature
Guy Bolton
 1918 The Scarlet Trail
Bob Grafton
 1918 The Prodigal Wife
Victor Middleton
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 1922 A Game of Graft (Short)

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Willie B. Coleman

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Youthful stage and screen actor of the 1910's and early 20's. Coleman began with the touring Cecil Spooner stock company and acted on Broadway in 1917. He had a minor career at Paramount in silent pictures and was briefly touted as a potential matinée idol. However, the box-office failure of the independently produced film "Salome" in 1923 (in which he played the part of Herod) damaged his career... See more »

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