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Joseph Striker (1898–1974)

Joseph Striker was born on December 23, 1898 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for The King of Kings (1927), The House of Secrets (1929) and Annie Laurie (1927). He was married to Beatrice Smith. He died on February 24, 1974 in Livingston, New Jersey, USA. See full bio »

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 1931 The Gigolo Racket (Short)
Jerry Stevens (uncredited)
 1929 The Wrecker
Roger Doyle
 1929 Friendship (Short)
2nd Friend
 1928 Paradise
Dr. John Halliday
 1927 The Wise Wife
Carter Fairfax
 1927 A Harp in Hock
Dr. Franz Mueller
 1927 The Cradle Snatchers
Joe Valley
 1927 Annie Laurie
 1927 The Climbers
Ensign Carlos
 1925 The Best People
Bertie Lenox
 1925 Scandal Proof
Dick Thorbeck
 1925 Daughters Who Pay
Larry Smith
 1924 I Am the Man
Billy Gray
 1924 Painted People
Preston Dutton
 1923 The Steadfast Heart
Angus Burke
 1923 The Woman in Chains
Jacques Despard
 1922 What Fools Men Are
Ralph Demarest
 1922 Wildness of Youth
Andrew Kane
 1922 Queen of the Moulin Rouge
Tom Richards
 1922 Silver Wings
Harry (play)
 1922 The Broadway Peacock
Harold Van Tassel
 1921 Matrimonial Web
Harvey Blake
 1920 Help Yourself
Oliver Browning
 1920 The Scrap of Paper
Harry Gray
 1920 The Bromley Case
Bruce Bromley
 1920 The Unseen Witness
Harry Gray

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5' 11½" (1.82 m)

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Tall supporting actor in 1920's silent films, noted for his role in The King of Kings (1927). Had a brief career on Broadway in the first half of the thirties.

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