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Richard Headrick (I) (1917–2001)

Richard Headrick was born on April 29, 1917 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He was an actor, known for The Toll Gate (1920), The Spider and the Rose (1923) and The Sage Hen (1921). He died on November 19, 2001 in Chico, California. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1925 East Lynne
Willie Carlyle
 1924 Gerald Cranston's Lady
Arthur
 1924 The Silent Stranger
Laddie Warner
 1923 The Grail
 1923 The Miracle Makers
The Boy
 1923 The Spider and the Rose
Don Marcello, as a child
 1923 Hearts Aflame
Bobby Kildare
 1922 Environment
Jimmie
 1922 White Shoulders
Little Jimmie Blakelock
 1922 Rich Men's Wives
Jackie (as Baby Richard Headrick)
 1922 The Song of Life
Neighbor's Boy
 1921 Playthings of Destiny
Julie's child
 1921 The Whistle
Baby Chapple
 1921 The Sage Hen
Her son, as a boy
 1920 The Testing Block
Sonny
 1920 The Woman in His House
Philip Emerson Jr.
 1920 Shore Acres
Richard Berry
 1920 The Toll Gate
The Little Feller (as Master Richard Headrick)
 1919 Should a Woman Tell?
Maxon Boy
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Alternate Names:

Baby Richard Headrick | Master Richard Headrick
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Nickname:

Itchie

Star Sign:

Taurus

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