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Norman Trevor (1877–1929)

Norman Trevor was born on June 23, 1877 in Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, British India as Norman Gilbert Pritchard. He was an actor, known for Dancing Mothers (1926), Jane Eyre (1921) and The Black Panther's Cub (1921). He died on October 31, 1929 in Norwalk, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1929 Tonight at Twelve
Prof. Eldridge
 1929 The Love Trap
Judge Harrington
 1928 Restless Youth
John Neil
 1928 Mad Hour
Hemingway Sr
 1927 The Siren
Cole Norwood / Felipe Vincenti
 1927 The Wizard
Judge Webster
 1927 The Warning
Sir James Gordon
 1927 Children of Divorce
Duke Henri de Goncourt
 1927 Afraid to Love
John Travers
 1927 New York
Randolph Church
 1927 The Music Master
Andrew Cruger
 1926 The Ace of Cads
Sir Guy de Gramercy
 1926 Dancing Mothers
Hugh Westcourt
 1926 The Song and Dance Man
Charles Nelson
 1925 The Man Who Found Himself
Commodore Branding
 1924 Wages of Virtue
John Boule
 1924 Roulette
Joohn Tralee
 1921 The Black Panther's Cub
Sir Marling Grayham
 1920 The Daughter Pays
Osbert Gault
 1920 Romance
Cornelius Van Tuyl
 1918 The Daredevil
Gov. William Faulkner
 1917 National Red Cross Pageant
Herald - English episode
 1917 The Runaway
Richard Danforth
 1915 The Ivory Snuff Box
Dr. Hartmann
 1915 After Dark
Lt. Richard Bellamy

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On 25 November, 1917 he appeared with Bert Williams, John Barrymore, Grace La Rue, Harrison Rhodes and Burr McIntosh at the 39th Street Theater in New York, to call attention to the needs of the thousands of black soldiers serving in the war. See more »

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