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Born in Watsonville, California, USA

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Native American actor Tote Du Crow born in Watsonville, California in 1858. Became a popular circus clown from the 1870's until the mid 1910's. Later in his career he was often seen playing the roles of Indian Chief or Mexican bandit in many westerns, dramas and adventure films, making his film debut in the starring role as Capoldo the old shoemaker in 'The Old Shoemaker' co-starring Miriam Cooper for the Reliance Film Co in 1915. He appeared in more than 40 silent movies, most notably opposite Douglas Fairbanks, as Bernardo in 'The Mark of Zorro' in 1920 and 'Don Q, Son of Zorro' in 1925 and as the Soothsayer in 'The Thief of Bagdad' in 1924. Tote was last seen as Pedro in Noel M. Smith's 'The Blue Streak' starring Richard Talmadge in 1926.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Paul Rothwell-Smith

Spouse (1)

Agatha F. (? - ?)

Trivia (1)

Longtime circus clown with Barnum and Bailey and Ringling Brothers.

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