No photo available. Represent George Spink? Add or change photos at IMDbPro
STARmeter
SEE RANK
Down 66,324 this week

George Spink (1873–1936)

George Spink was born on March 6, 1873 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, USA as George Albert Spink. He was an actor and writer, known for Otto's Cabaret (1915), The New Janitor (1916) and This Isn't the Life (1915). He was married to Ellen Tate. He died on May 27, 1936 in East Providence, Rhode Island. See full bio »

Young Adult Movies as Rated by Teen IMDb Users

What do teens really think of movies adapted from young adult novels? You'd be surprised at this list of 38 YA films rated by IMDb users under age 18.

See the full list

Amazon Pilot Season

Want to help choose the next great Amazon Original comedy series? Stream and review now during Amazon Pilot Season.

Stream and review now

Do you have a demo reel?

Add it to your IMDbPage

Connect with IMDb


How Much Have You Seen?

How much of George Spink's work have you seen?

User Polls

Known For

Otto's Cabaret
(1915)
The New Janitor
(1916)
This Isn't the Life
(1915)
Pardon My French
(1921)

Filmography

Jump to: Actor | Writer
Hide Hide Show Show Actor (4 credits)
 1936 Ouanga
Johnson
 1922 The Bride's Play
Meade's Butler
 1921 Pardon My French
Bunny
 1921 A Message from Mars
The Butler
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (3 credits)
 1916 The New Janitor (Short) (scenario)
 1915 This Isn't the Life (Short) (story)
 1915 Otto's Cabaret (Short) (story)
Edit

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: The Social Whirl. Musical comedy. Music by Gustav Kerker. Book by Charles Doty and Joseph Herbert. Lyrics by Joseph Herbert. Musical Director: Gustav Kerker. Featuring songs by Anne Caldwell, George A Spink, Charles J. Ross and E. Ray Goetz. Featuring songs with lyrics by George Spink, James O'Dea, C.M.S. McLellan [credited as ... See more »

Publicity Listings:

2 Articles | See more »

Height:

5' 10½" (1.79 m)
Edit

Did You Know?

Star Sign:

Pisces

Message Boards

Discuss George Spink on the IMDb message boards »

Contribute to This Page