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John Smiley is an actor, known for The Better Man (1914), A Desperate Chance (1914) and Bags of Gold (1915). See full bio »

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The Better Man
The Better Man John Latimer - the Older Brother
A Desperate Chance
A Desperate Chance Peter Delany
Bags of Gold
Bags of Gold Old Eliot
As We Forgive Those


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 1920 The Woman Gives
 1919 Out Yonder
Amos Bart
 1919 The Unbroken Promise
Old Man Loring
 1919 The Price of Innocence
Parson John
 1918 Secret Strings
Benjamin Moraud (as John A. Smiley)
 1918 The Trail to Yesterday
Ben Doubler (as John A. Smiley)
 1918 The Brass Check
William Roberts
 1918 The Beautiful Mrs. Reynolds
William Morris
 1917 The Adopted Son
Luke Conover
 1917 Their Compact
 1917 Patsy
John Primnel
 1917 The Millionaire's Double
 1916 The Upheaval
Benjamin Waters (as John H. Smiley)
 1916 God's Half Acre
Professor Sterling
 1916 The Half Million Bribe
 1916 The Fortunate Youth
Barney Bill Simmons
 1915 The Steadfast (Short)
 1915 Voices from the Past (Short)
Henry Craig
 1915 Romance as a Remedy (Short)
 1915/II The Witness (Short)
 1915 The Climbers
Dr. Steinhart
 1915 Her Idol (Short)
 1915 Whom the Gods Would Destroy (Short)
Detective Whitaker
 1915/II Her Mother's Secret (Short)
John Rand
 1915 Nobody Would Believe (Short)
 1915 The Gray Horror (Short)
Parr - Betty's Father
 1915 A Delayed Reformation (Short)
 1915 Rated at $10,000,000 (Short)
 1915 The White Mask (Short)
Baron von Stader
 1915 A Tragedy of the Hills (Short)
 1915 The Love of Women (Short)
 1915 Bags of Gold (Short)
Old Eliot
 1915 The Language of the Dumb (Short)
 1915 In Her Mother's Footsteps (Short)
Dr. Marriott
 1915 A War Baby (Short)
 1915 A Clean Slate (Short)
 1914/I The Grip of the Past (Short)
 1914 The Marriage Wager (Short)
 1914 The Bond of Womanhood (Short)
Rowes - Jenks' Drinking Companion
 1914 Marah, the Pythoness (Short)
Hassan (as John H. Smiley)
 1914/I The Triumph of Right (Short)
Stephen Jepson
 1914 As We Forgive Those (Short)
John Gray
 1914/III The Better Man (Short)
John Latimer - the Older Brother
 1914 Who Seeks Revenge (Short)
Mike Hogan (as John H. Smiley)
 1914 The Living Fear (Short)
Detective Clark
 1914 The House of Darkness (Short)
John Collins
 1914 The Trunk Mystery (Short)
Dunn Brown
 1914 Little Breeches (Short)
Gabriel Hall
 1914 Above the Law (Short)
John Rand - Meg's Father
 1914 A Strange Melody (Short)
Shorty Hall
 1914 A Desperate Chance (Short)
Peter Delany
 1914 The Lost Child (Short)
 1914 The Sleeping Sentinel (Short)
The Union General
 1914 The Engineer's Revenge (Short)
Green - the Engineer
 1914 The Inspector's Story (Short)
Jim Sloane - the Father
 1913 Between Dances (Short)
The Old Story Teller
 1913 Through Flaming Paths (Short)
 1913 From Out of the Flood (Short)
John Tyler
 1913 Breed of the North (Short)
 1913 Dregs (Short)
The Husband
 1913 Getting Married (Short)
The Uncle
 1913 The Wiles of Cupid (Short)
The Girl's Father
 1913 The Penalty of Crime (Short)
The Jeweler's Father
 1913 Bob Buys an Auto (Short)
 1913 Bob Builds a Chicken House (Short)
John Smiley
 1913 The Veil of Sleep (Short)
 1913 Through Many Trials (Short)
Farmer Abner Brown
 1913 Jane's Waterloo (Short)
Old Man Prue - Jane's Father
 1913/I The Miser (Short)
John Osborne - Paul's Father - the Miser (as John H. Smiley)
 1913 What's in a Name? (Short)
G.A. Wifey
 1913 Quarantined (Short)
Colonel Wilson
 1913 It Might Have Been (Short)
Thomas - a Servant
 1913 Just Out of College (Short)

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

John A. Smiley | John H. Smiley

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