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Curtis Cooksey (1891–1962)

Curtis Cooksey was born on December 9, 1891 in Pike County, Indiana, USA. He was an actor, known for Scaramouche (1952), A Fight for Justice (1911) and The Sophomore's Romance (1911). He died on April 19, 1962 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »
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Scaramouche Fabian
A Fight for Justice
The Last Command


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 1962 Kraft Mystery Theater (TV Series)
- Circle of Evil (1962) ... Conmy
 1960 Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (TV Series)
- Circle of Evil (1960)
 1957 The Shadow on the Window
Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
 1956 Death of a Scoundrel
Oswald Van Renassalear
 1956 The Ford Television Theatre (TV Series)
John Corby
- Catch at Straws (1956) ... John Corby
 1956 Big Town (TV Series)
- Fake S.O.S. (1956)
 1956 Storm Center
Stacey Martin
 1956 Crossroads (TV Series)
 1956 Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal (TV Series)
- Handful of Salt (1956)
 1954 Janet Dean, Registered Nurse (TV Series)
Dr. Richter
- The Kennedy Case (1954) ... Dr. Richter
 1953 Taxi
Captain Skavlon (uncredited)
 1952 Father Time (TV Movie)
 1952 Because You're Mine
General Louis Montville
 1952 The Last Command (TV Movie)
 1952 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Mr. Wainwright
- Two Make Four (1952) ... Mr. Wainwright
 1952 Broadway Television Theatre (TV Series)
Tony Anderson
- The Patsy (1952) ... Tony Anderson
 1952 The Girl in White
Commissioner of Hospitals Hawley
 1952 Scaramouche
 1952 Young Man with Ideas
Judge Jennings
 1948 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
- The Detour (1948)
 1932 The Misleading Lady
Bill Connell
 1922 A Virgin's Sacrifice
Tom Merwin
 1920 Life
'Bull' Anderson
 1920 The Silver Horde
Boyd Emerson
 1918 The Trap
Jack Masterson
 1917 Diamonds and Pearls
Jack Harrington
 1917 The Seven Deadly Sins
Bondman (Sloth)
 1917 The Woman Beneath
Tom Connolly
 1917 A Self-Made Widow
 1917 Sloth
 1916 The Coward's Code (Short)
Daniel Gordon
 1916 My Partner
Ned Singleton
 1915 Faith and Fortune (Short)
 1915 Her Inspiration (Short)
Jerry Mason
 1915 The Old and the New (Short)
The Efficiency Expert
 1915 Shadows from the Past
Arthur Barton
 1915 The Secret of the Cellar (Short)
James Travers
 1915 The Village Friend (Short)
 1915 The Stray Shot (Short)
The Husband
 1915 An Invitation and an Attack (Short)
 1915 Milady's Boudoir (Short)
Jack Benson
 1915 Heart's Hunger (Short)
The Publisher
 1915 The Barrier Between (Short)
George Gordon
 1914 The Way Home (Short)
The Boy
 1914 The Sheriff of Willow Gulch (Short)
The Daughter's Sweetheart
 1914 The King's Move in the City (Short)
 1914 George Washington Jones (Short)
 1911 A Fight for Justice (Short)
 1911 The Snare of the City (Short)
The Elder Sister's Country Boy Lover
 1911/I The Two Mothers (Short)
The Detective
 1911 What Happened to Aunty (Short)
Jack Dalton
 1911 Taming a Tyrant (Short)
Jack Hastings - the Sailor
 1911 The Sophomore's Romance (Short)

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Stage Play: The Jay Walker. Comedy/drama. Written by Olga Printzlau. Directed by A.H. Van Buren. Klaw Theatre: 8 Feb 1926- Feb 1926 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: Jennet Adair, Alma Blake, Margaret Bloodgood, Reed Brown Jr., Curtis Cooksey (as "Sergeant Jerry O'Day"), Mary Daniel, Caroline Newcomb, Edmund Roberts. Produced ... See more »

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Stage and screen character actor with a prolific career on Broadway, spanning the years 1916 to 1947. Began in films in 1911 as a star of one and two reel shorts with Essanay. See more »

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