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William H. Tooker (1869–1936)

William H. Tooker was born on September 2, 1869 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor, known for The Scarlet Letter (1926), The Stealers (1920) and The Ordeal (1914). He died on October 10, 1936 in Hollywood, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1935 Murder by Television
Allen (as William Tooker)
 1935 Diamond Jim
Man at Bar (uncredited)
 1934 It's a Gift
Old Man in Limousine (uncredited)
 1932 Is My Face Red?
Alexander's Father (uncredited)
 1931 A Woman of Experience
Colonel
 1930 Extravagance
Mr. Wilson (uncredited)
 1930 Soup to Nuts
Ferguson - Carlson's Lawyer (uncredited)
 1929 Protection
Harry Lamson
 1929 No Defense
Harper, Sr
 1929 Love in the Desert
Mr. Winslow
 1929 Bellamy Trial
Judge Carver
 1928 The Look Out Girl
Dr. Tucker
 1928 Night Watch
Mobrayne (as William Tooker)
 1928 Sweet Sixteen
Patrick Perry
 1928 Virgin Lips
Presidente (as William Tooker)
 1928 Good Morning, Judge
Judge
 1928 A Woman Against the World
Mortimer Crane, Bride's Father (as William Tooker)
 1927 Ladies Must Dress
Mr. Ward, Sr (as William Tooker)
 1927 The Devil Dancer
Lathrop
 1927 Jake the Plumber
Mr. Levis
 1927 Tell It to Sweeney
Old Man Sweeney
 1927 Two Girls Wanted
William Moody (uncredited)
 1927 Birds of Prey
J. Hamilton Smith
 1927 The Night of Love
Spanish Ambassador
 1926 The White Black Sheep
Colonel Kincairn
 1926 The Merry Cavalier
Dave Hemper
 1926 The Scarlet Letter
The Governor
 1925 The Phantom Express
GeorgeMott (as William Tooker)
 1924 The Average Woman
Col. Crosby
 1924 The Lone Wolf
Ambassador (as William Tooker)
 1923 A Bride for a Knight
Jean's Uncle
 1923 The Net
Mr. Royce
 1923 The Purple Highway
Mr. Quail
 1923 Sinner or Saint
Stephen Roberts
 1923 The Woman in Chains
Gov. Coudres
 1922 My Friend the Devil
Dr. Brewster
 1922 The Cradle Buster
'Blarney' Dixon
 1922 Beyond the Rainbow
Dr. Ramsey
 1922 Peacock Alley
Joseph Carleton (as William Tooker)
 1921 The Power Within
Job Armstrong
 1921 God's Country and the Law
Jacques Doré
 1921 Proxies
Christopher Darley
 1921 Worlds Apart
Peter Lester
 1920 The Greatest Love
Mr. Manton
 1920 Heliotrope
Governor Mercer
 1920 The Vice of Fools
Stewart Rogers (as William Tooker)
 1920 The Stealers
Rev. Robert Martin
 1920 A Woman's Man
C. Lambert Grey (as William Tooker)
 1920 The Invisible Ray
Gang member
 1920 A Child for Sale
William Harrison (as William Tooker)
 1920 Greater Than Fame
Philip Waring (as W.H. Tooker)
 1919 The Lost Battalion
German-American Father (uncredited)
 1919 Woman, Woman!
Roy Mackay
 1918 The Woman the Germans Shot
General von Blissing
 1918 Men
George Fairbanks (as William Tooker)
 1917 The Devil's Playground
The Lawyer
 1917 Alias Mrs. Jessop
Michael Ford
 1917 Red, White and Blue Blood
Patrick Spaulding
 1917 Draft 258
Amiel Van Bierman
 1917 The Light in Darkness
Sheriff Brad Milligan
 1917 The Bitter Truth
Judge Marcus
 1916 Her Surrender
Theodore Cortlandt
 1916 East Lynne
Judge Hare, Barbara's Father
 1916 A Modern Thelma
Thelma's Father
 1916 The Fool's Revenge
Anson
 1915 A Daughter of the Sea
Margot's Father (as W.H. Tooker)
 1915 Sunday
Towzer
 1915 The Unbroken Road
William Dover
 1915 The Curious Conduct of Judge Legarde
Inspector Barton
 1915 A Modern Magdalen
Joe Mercer
 1915 The Avalanche
John Grey
 1915 The Amazing Mr. Fellman
Louis Fellman
 1914 Springtime
Val De Valette
 1914/I The Ordeal
The General
 1914 Captain Swift
Marshall, Seabrook's butler
 1914 Northern Lights
Dr. Sherwood
 1914 Dope
John Rogers
 1914 The Greyhound
Louis 'The Greyhound' Fellman
 1914 The Banker's Daughter
Lawrence Westbrook
 1912 The Power of Thought (Short)
Tooker - The Liar (as W.H. Tooker)

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Personal Details

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Active on Broadway in the following productions: See more »

Publicity Listings:

6 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

W.H. Tooker | William Tooker

Height:

5' 11" (1.8 m)
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Trivia:

Tall, blue-eyed silent screen character actor. Began his career in opera until he lost his voice during an important recital. He then embarked on a lengthy theatrical career with various stock companies, entering films in 1914.

Star Sign:

Virgo

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