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José Ruben (1888–1969)

José Ruben was born on December 8, 1888 in Paris, France. He was an actor, known for Eyes of the Soul (1915), Ashes of Inspiration (1915) and Alias Jimmy Barton (1916). He was married to Victoria Wehrum and Mary Nash. He died on April 28, 1969 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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 1925 Salome of the Tenements
Jakey Solomon
 1923 Dark Secrets
Dr. Mohammed Ali
 1916 Merry Mary (Short)
Paul Jerome
 1916 The Larrimore Case (Short)
2nd Rival
 1916 Paths That Crossed (Short)
Clyde de Lisle
 1916 Alias Jimmy Barton (Short)
Jimmy Barton
 1916 A Grip of Gold (Short)
Ned Summers (as Jose Ruben)
 1916 What Happened to Peggy (Short)
 1916 The Iron Will (Short)
Lt. Szilard (as Jose Ruben)
 1916 A Life Chase (Short)
 1915 His Emergency Wife (Short)
Mrs. George Haynes
 1915 Love's Enduring Flame (Short)
Harvey Beck
 1915 Eyes of the Soul (Short)
Joe Abbott - the Crook
 1915 The Chief Inspector (Short)
Bob Hicks
 1915 The Laurel of Tears (Short)
Richard Stewart
 1915 His Hand and Seal (Short)
 1915 The Worth of a Woman (Short)
 1915 The Rehearsal (Short)
Cecil King
 1915 His Wife's Story (Short)
George Fenmore
 1915 Ashes of Inspiration (Short)
Adrian West - the Artist
 1915/II The Law of Love (Short)
Stanley Brentwood
 1915 Reapers of the Whirlwind (Short)
Voisin - Cora's Manager
 1915 A Daughter of Earth (Short)
Old Warner's Son
 1914 Lord Chumley (Short)

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Stage Play: Swords. Drama. Written by Sidney Howard [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed by Brock Pemberton. National Theatre: 1 Sep 1921- Sep 1921 (closing date unknown/36 performances). Cast: Raymond Bloomer (as "Damiano") [final Broadway role], Jane Darwell (as "Maria"), Lillian Dix (as "Giovanna"), Clare Eames (as "Fiamma"), Helen ... See more »

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Jose Ruben

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Active on Broadway as a playwright, actor and director from 1911-1956.

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