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Pat Rooney (I) (1880–1962)

Pat Rooney was born on July 4, 1880 in New York City, New York, USA as Pat Rooney Jr. He was an actor and writer, known for The Actor's Boarding House (1915), It's All Wrong (1916) and All-Star Vaudeville (1935). He was married to Janet Reade, Carmen Schaffer and Patricia Rooney. He died on September 9, 1962 in New York City. See full bio »

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 1929 The Three Diamonds (Short)
 1929 Marking Time (Short)
 1929 Love Birds (Short)
 1929 The Royal Pair (Short)
 1929 The Love Tree (Short)
Pa Rooney
 1929 Sweethearts (Short)
 1923 Smoked Out (Short)
Gus, Luke's partner
 1918 Pat Turns Detective (Short)
 1918 Their Sporting Blood (Short)
 1917 A Pirate Bold (Short)
The Pirate Chief
 1917 Held by the Enemy (Short)
 1916 Pat's Pasting Ways (Short)
 1916 It's All Wrong (Short)
Pat Rooney
 1916 He Became a Regular Fellow (Short)
J. Percival Bean
 1916 Some Medicine Man (Short)
 1916 The Heart Menders (Short)
Ethel's Husband
 1916 The Belle and the Bell Hop (Short)
David Kelly aka Cricket
 1916 I'll Get Her Yet (Short)
Harry Lightfoot
 1915 He's a Bear (Short)
Show Show Writer (2 credits)
Show Show Soundtrack (2 credits)
Show Show Self (11 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (4 credits)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Appeard in "The Giddy Throng" on Broadway. Musical/burlesque/vaudeville. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Pat Rooney Sr.

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Son, with Patricia Rooney, Pat Rooney Jr..

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