The Indian Mutiny
Jack Wilson - an Officer of the British Regiment in India
(as J.W. Morrison)
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J.W. Morrison | James W. Morrison | Mr. James W. Morrison | Mr. Morrison
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[on why he left films] Because I was fed up with them. Everyone thought I was so old, as I'd been in films so long. A Los Angeles paper called me "the perennial juvenile", and I decided that was my exit line.
Diminutive contract star at Vitagraph from 1911 to 1916, often in boyish roles. He was trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York and began in films, earning $25 a week.