|Born||in Louisville, Kentucky, USA|
|Died||in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Leonard Thomas Clapham|
|Height||6' 1½" (1.87 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
A character actor and veteran of hundreds of Hollywood westerns, Tom London seemed to be born in the saddle. As a trick rider he performed riding specialties in a number of films. His career started in the teens and through the 1920s he alternated between good guy and bad. He made appearances in non-westerns such as All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) and Platinum Blonde (1931), but westerns were his mainstay. When the "B" western disappeared in the mid-'50s, so did his career. He appeared in only a handful of film for the rest of the decade.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tony Fontana <email@example.com>
Grizzled character actor of scores of Westerns. A native of Kentucky, he spent his early manhood as a salesman. He obtained work with the Selig film company in Chicago as a property man and came to California when that firm moved west. He began to get small parts in the Westerns Selig produced and both his expertise with horses and his rugged appearance soon led him to larger roles. In 1924, he adopted the stage name Tom London after years of performing under his real name. He played heavies and comical roles with equal skill and became, throughout the Thirties and Forties, a familiar face low-budget pictures. He played the comic sidekick to Western star Sunset Carson in a number of b-Westerns and continued to play character roles until his death.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Jim Beaver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|H. L. Munal||(13 July 1952 - ?)|
|Frances McClellan||(1934 - ?)|
|Edith Stayart||(? - ?) ( divorced)|