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Peter Lang (II) (1859–1932)

Peter Lang was born on May 29, 1859 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He was an actor, known for The Heart Brokers (1913), Auntie's Affinity (1913) and Peter's Pledge (1913). He was married to Florence G. Lang. He died on August 20, 1932 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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The Heart Brokers
The Heart Brokers Professor Lover - the Marriage Broker
Auntie's Affinity
Auntie's Affinity Pietro - aka The Count of Montevideo - the Hotel Chef
Peter's Pledge
Peter's Pledge Peter Lang
Pete, the Artist
Pete, the Artist Pete Brevardo


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 1931 Making Good (Short)
 1924 Dangerous Money
Judge Daniel Orcutt
 1920 The Harvest Moon
Judge Elliott
 1917 The Auction Block
Peter Knight
 1917 Wife Number Two
 1916 The Dawn of Love
Captain Ben Durling
 1916 Billie's Lucky Bill (Short)
Uncle Toby
 1916 The Election Bet (Short)
 1916 The Evangelist
The Rev. Joseph Cushway
 1916 Billie's Headache (Short)
Mr. Gray
 1916 A Ready-Made Maid (Short)
Major Dix
 1915 Beyond All Is Love (Short)
John Kerry
 1915 The Valley of Lost Hope
James Ewing
 1915 The Cello Champion (Short)
Mr. Pyfrom
 1915 The Great Ruby
Sir John Garnett
 1915 The Climbers
Mr. Mason
 1915 The District Attorney
 1915 The Path to the Rainbow (Short)
The Architect
 1915 The Cipher Key (Short)
 1915 Patsy, Married and Settled (Short)
Mr. Grace
 1915 Patsy on a Yacht (Short)
Mr. Grace
 1915 Patsy in Town (Short)
Mr. Grace
 1915 Patsy's Elopement (Short)
Mr. Grace
 1915 Patsy at the Seashore (Short)
Mr. Grace
 1915 His Soul Mate (Short)
 1915 Patsy in a Seminary (Short)
Mr. Grace
 1915 Patsy in Business (Short)
Mr. Grace
 1914 Patsy at School (Short)
Mr. Grace
 1914 Michael Strogoff
Governor of Moscow (as Peter B. Lang)
 1914 The House Next Door
Mr. Sharp, solicitor
 1914 The Pride of Jennico
Von Krappitz
 1914 An American Citizen
Peter Barbury
 1913 The Port of Doom
 1913 When the Earth Trembled
John Pearce
 1913 Mary's Temptation (Short)
The Country Doctor
 1913 A Hero Among Men (Short)
 1913 Pete Tries the Stage (Short)
Pete Meadows
 1913 Memories of His Youth (Short)
 1913 Pete, the Artist (Short)
Pete Brevardo
 1913 The Heart Brokers (Short)
Professor Lover - the Marriage Broker
 1913 Pete Joins the Force (Short)
Pete Rollins (as Pete Lang)
 1913 Auntie's Affinity (Short)
Pietro - aka The Count of Montevideo - the Hotel Chef
 1913 The Mayor's Waterloo (Short)
Mayor Lang
 1913 The Guiding Light (Short)
Peter Fife - the Lighthouse Keeper
 1913 The Old Oaken Bucket (Short)
Big Bill
 1913 Peter's Pledge (Short)
Peter Lang
 1912 The Wonderful One-Horse Shay (Short)
Parson Burroughs
 1912 By the Sea (Short)
 1912 The Doctor's Debt (Short)
The Lighthouse Keeper
 1912 For the Love of a Girl (Short)
Justice of the Peace
 1912 The Derelict's Return (Short)
The Sexton
 1912 What the Driver Saw (Short)
The Driver
 1912 Darby and Joan (Short)
 1912 Won by Waiting (Short)
Flo's Father
 1912 The Blacksmith (Short)
Dave, the Blacksmith
 1911 A Newsboy's Luck (Short)
The Elderly Gentleman
 1911 The House That Jack Built (Short)
Mr. Tilton
 1911 What Will Be, Will Be (Short)
Widower Morgan

Personal Details

Other Works:

The Fortunes of the King (1904). Melodrama. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Peter B. Lang | Pete Lang

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Was an original cast member of the operetta "Robin Hood" which opened June 9, 1890, in Chicago.

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