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C. Norman Hammond (1878–1941)

C. Norman Hammond was born on March 2, 1878 in San Jose, California, USA as Charles Norman Hammond. He was an actor, known for Dr. Jack (1922), The Grasp of Greed (1916) and Where Are My Children? (1916). He died on June 5, 1941 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Dr. Jack
Dr. Jack Jamison - the Lawyer
The Grasp of Greed
The Grasp of Greed John Meeson
Where Are My Children?
Where Are My Children? Dr. William Homer
Timothy Dobbs, That's Me
Timothy Dobbs, That's Me The Roman Hero


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 1922 Dr. Jack
Jamison - the Lawyer
 1922 The Wise Kid
Mr. Haverty
 1922 Smiles Are Trumps
 1921 The Bronze Bell
Col. Farrell
 1921 The Man Tamer
Bradley P. Caldwell Sr
 1921 Through the Back Door
Jacques Lanvain
 1921 The Smart Sex
Mr. Vaughn
 1920 The Vanishing Dagger
Sir George Latimer
 1919 The Lion Man
 1918 Restitution
Modern Ruler
 1918 Wolves of the Rail
David Cassidy
 1916 The Devil's Bondwoman
The Spirit of Fire
 1916 The Place Beyond the Winds
Nathan Glenn
 1916 The Black Sheep of the Family
Madison Carmont (as C. Norton Hammond)
 1916 The Evil Women Do
Sir Thomas Elgin (as C.N. Hammond)
 1916 A Thousand Dollars a Week (Short)
The Roman Hero
 1916 Timothy Dobbs, That's Me
The Roman Hero
 1916 The Way of the World
Mr. Lake
 1916 Muggins (Short)
Fred Bradley
 1916 It Happened in Honolulu
Jim Crane
 1916 The Grasp of Greed
John Meeson
 1916 What Love Can Do
Calvert Page
 1916 Where Are My Children?
Dr. William Homer
 1915 The Gentleman from Indiana
Judge Briscoe
 1915 The Kingdom of Nosey Land (Short)
King Nosey III
 1915 Such a Princess (Short)
King Normanus

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Other Works:

Stage Play: The Prince of India. Drama. Written by J.I.C. Clarke. Based on the novel by General Lew Wallace. Incidental music by Horatio Parker. Directed by Herbert Gresham and Lawrence Marston. Broadway Theatre: 24 Sep 1906- Dec 1906 (closing date unknown/73 performances). Cast: W. Abrams, George Ames, S. Anderson, Anthony Andre, Harrison... See more »

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Alternate Names:

C. Norton Hammond | C.N. Hammond

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