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Hugh Fay (1882–1926)

Hugh Fay was born on June 9, 1882 in New York City, New York, USA. He was an actor and director, known for Glad Rags (1922), It's a Gift (1923) and Won by a Foot (1917). He died on December 4, 1926 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Glad Rags Director
It's a Gift Director
Won by a Foot Director


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 1927 Spuds
 1925 Little Annie Rooney
 1922 The Speeder (Short)
 1921 The Vagrant (Short)
 1920 This Is the Life (Short)
Percy (as Hughie Fay)
 1920 Hired and Fired (Short)
 1920 Movie Madness (Short)
 1920 The Kick in High Life (Short)
 1920 Tell Us, Ouija! (Short)
 1920 All Balled Up (Short)
Percy (as Hughie Fay)
 1920 Clever Cubs (Short)
 1920 Some Champs (Short)
 1920 Wild Wild Women (Short)
 1920 Stung Again (Short)
 1920 Misfortune Hunters (Short)
 1920 Tit for Tat (Short)
 1920/I This Way Out (Short)
 1920 Oh, Baby! (Short)
 1919 Taming the West (Short)
 1919 The Chicken Hunters (Short)
 1919 Please Get Married
Soapy Higgins
 1919 A Favor to a Friend
Danny Abbott
 1919 Better Times
Jack Ransom
 1919/I Almost Married
Manny Morrison
 1919 A Lady Bell Hop's Secret (Short)
The Lady Bell Hop's Sweetheart
 1918 The Fatal Marriage (Short)
 1918 Wild Women and Tame Lions (Short)
 1918 A Neighbor's Keyhole (Short)
 1918 Her Husband's Wife (Short)
 1918 Son of a Gun (Short)
 1917 Her Donkey Love (Short)
 1917 A Matrimonial Accident (Short)
 1917 The House of Scandal (Short)
 1917 His Speedy Finish (Short)
 1917 A Maiden's Trust (Short)
Another Fortune Hunter
 1917 Secrets of a Beauty Parlor (Short)
Mr. Baldwin - Beauty Specialist
 1917 Stars and Bars (Short)
The Detective
 1916 She Loved a Sailor (Short)
The Inventor
 1916 The Love Comet (Short) (unconfirmed, uncredited)
 1916 Bath Tub Perils (Short)
The Newlywed Bridegroom
 1916 A Dash of Courage (Short)
Train Passenger (uncredited)
 1916 An Oily Scoundrel (Short)
2nd Crook
 1916 The Village Vampire (Short)
2nd Accomplice
 1916 Wife and Auto Trouble (Short)
The Hayseed
 1916 Love Will Conquer (Short) (uncredited)
 1915 Crooked to the End (Short)
2nd Crook
 1915 My Valet (Short)
Bellhop (uncredited)
 1915 Only a Messenger Boy (Short)
The Chief Schemer
 1915 The Little Teacher (Short)
Bearded Hick (uncredited)
 1915 A Hash House Fraud (Short)
The Hash House Owner
 1915 Mabel Lost and Won (Short)
Mabel's Rival's Friend
 1915 For Better - But Worse (Short)
The Streetcar Conductor
Show Show Director (16 credits)

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Hughie Fay

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Silent screen comedian in leading roles at Keystone. Later directed for Hal Roach.

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