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Forrest Robinson (I) (1858–1924)

Forrest Robinson was born on August 2, 1858 in New York, USA. He was an actor, known for Tol'able David (1921), Tess of the Storm Country (1922) and Souls for Sale (1923). He was married to Eugenie Blair and Mabel Bert. He died on January 6, 1924 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Tol'able David
Tol'able David Grandpa Hatburn
Tess of the Storm Country
Tess of the Storm Country Orn 'Daddy' Skinner
Souls for Sale
Souls for Sale Rev. John Steddon
The Dawn of a Tomorrow
The Dawn of a Tomorrow Sir Oliver Holt


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 1924 The Good Bad Boy
John Benson
 1924 When a Man's a Man
The Dean
 1923 Adam's Rib
 1923 Ashes of Vengeance
Father Paul
 1923 Souls for Sale
Rev. John Steddon
 1922 Tess of the Storm Country
Orn 'Daddy' Skinner
 1921 Tol'able David
Grandpa Hatburn
 1921 Moongold
The Judge
 1920 His House in Order
Undetermined Role
 1919 The Mite of Love (Short)
 1919 Break the News to Mother
Pop Henkel
 1919 A Jungle Gentleman (Short) (as F. Robinson)
 1919 The Hidden Truth
Judge Blake
 1918 Little Miss Hoover
Colonel William Craddock
 1918 The Mating
Mr. Fane (as Forest Robertson)
 1918 Just a Woman
Judge Van Brink
 1918 From Two to Six
John Stevens
 1915 The Fifth Commandment
Stephen Winthrop

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Tarzan of the Apes. Melodrama. See more »

Publicity Listings:

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Alternate Names:

Forest Robertson | F. Robinson

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Before becoming a star on Broadway had played leading man roles at the Boston Museum Theater for eight years.

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