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Tom Forman (I) (1893–1926)


Tom Forman was born on February 22, 1893 in Mitchell County, Texas, USA. He was an actor and director, known for The Doom of Duty (1914), Within the Noose (1914) and White Shoulders (1922). He was married to Mary Mersch. He died on November 7, 1926 in Venice, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Doom of Duty
The Doom of Duty Captain Hugh Barker
(1914)
Within the Noose
Within the Noose Roy Blake - the Cowboy
(1914)
White Shoulders
White Shoulders Robert Lee Pitman - Virginia's Brother
(1922)
For Better, for Worse
For Better, for Worse Richard Burton
(1919)

Filmography

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 1922 White Shoulders
Robert Lee Pitman - Virginia's Brother
 1920 The Round-Up
Jack Payson
 1920 The Tree of Knowledge
Brian
 1919 Told in the Hills
Charles Stuart
 1919 The Heart of Youth
Russ Prendergast
 1919 Louisiana
 1919 For Better, for Worse
Richard Burton
 1917 Hashimura Togo
Dr. Garland
 1917 A Kiss for Susie
Phil Burnham
 1917 Forbidden Paths
Harry Maxwell
 1917 Her Strange Wedding
Lee Brownell
 1917 The Jaguar's Claws
Harry Knowles
 1917 The Tides of Barnegat
Barton Holt
 1917 The Cost of Hatred
Ned Amory
 1917 Those Without Sin
Bob Wallace
 1917 On Record
Rand Calder
 1917 The American Consul
Geoffrey Daniels
 1917 The Evil Eye
Leonard Sheldon
 1916 The Yellow Pawn
Philip Grant
 1916 Unprotected
Gordon Carroll
 1916 Public Opinion
Phillip Carson
 1916 The Clown
Bob Hunter
 1916 The Thousand-Dollar Husband
Douglas Gordon
 1916 Sweet Kitty Bellairs
Lord Verney
 1916 The Ragamuffin
Bob Van Dyke
 1915 The Unknown
First Private
 1915 Chimmie Fadden Out West
Antoine
 1915 The Explorer
George Allerton
 1915 Out of the Darkness
Tom Jameson
 1915 The Marriage of Kitty
Jack Churchill
 1915 The Fighting Hope
Detective Clark
 1915 Kindling
Dr. Taylor
 1915 Chimmie Fadden (Short)
Antoine, Butler-Thief
 1915/I Hearts and Clubs (Short) (unconfirmed)
 1915 The Wild Goose Chase (Short)
Bob Randall
 1915 Stolen Goods (uncredited)
 1915 The Woman
Tom Blake
 1915 A Gentleman of Leisure
Sir Spencer Dreever
 1915 Young Romance
Tom Clancy
 1914 Lights and Shadows (Short)
Victor Austin
 1914 Virtue Is Its Own Reward (Short)
Seadley Swaine
 1914 The Love of Oro San (Short)
Lieutenant Roy Leeds
 1914 Within the Noose (Short)
Roy Blake - the Cowboy
 1914 The Doom of Duty (Short)
Captain Hugh Barker
 1914 The Test of Courage (Short)
Ed Wright
 1914 Life's Lottery (Short)
Roy Bryant
 1914 On the Brink (Short)
 1914 A Romance of the Northwest (Short)
Cpl. Dick Phillips, R.C.M.P.
 1914 In the Dredger's Claw (Short)
Phil Clark
 1914 Orphans of the Wild (Short)
Fred (as an adult)
 1914 His Excellency (Short)
President Andres Sepulveda
 1913 The Substitute Engineer (Short)
Billy - an Engineer (as Thomas Foreman)
 1913 The Alibi (Short)
Richard Breton (as Thomas Forman)
 1913 Baffled, Not Beaten (Short)
Harold Baker - Claire's Sweetheart
 1913 John, the Wagoner (Short)
Roy, the Deputy Sheriff
 1913 The Treachery of a Scar (Short)
Ralph Curtis - a Crook
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Alternate Names:

Thomas Foreman | Thomas Forman
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Trivia:

He was set to direct the Columbia film, The Wreck (1927), which was to start shooting on November 8, 1926. However, having been ill, he retired to his room and shot himself through the heart that day before shooting was to begin.

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